ACC-Meeting Staßfurt

ACC is the André Citroën Club, which I joined on its yearly meeting on the second weekend of September. It took place in Staßfurt (south of Magdeburg) at a beautiful little campsite next to a lake, on what might turn out to be the last true summer’s day of 2010.

Together with the C5, the BX was the most numerous Citroën present. These were most, but not all, of them.

Together with the C5, the BX was the most numerous Citroën present. These were most, but not all, of them.

The meeting was rather smaller than I had expected, but it was very agreeable nonetheless. Lots of car talk, of course, and lots of nice people. And quite a few interesting cars, too. Not just BXes, either: the whole range was present, as the next two pictures will show.

BX, Xantia, C3 Picasso, C5.

BX, Xantia, C3 Picasso, C5.

DS and C-Crosser. (I know, I know. I even agree.)

DS and C-Crosser. (I know, I know. I even agree.)

Not shown, but present: 2CV, Acadiane, Ami 6, Berlingo, C3, CX, DS3, HY, ID, XM. Okay, okay, it’s not the full range, but it still was an impressive selection. Personally, I missed the GS/GSA most.

Although there was no parts swap to speak of, I did score two things; one I wanted, and one that I’d never thought of but bought anyway in case I might need it some day. The first was the wheel center cover missing from one of my alloy wheels, and the second is a roof rack. (Hey, it was cheap and almost new.)

More images can be found in the photo album at ermel.org.

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