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Your pictures: The 2CV

Photo: Steve Lowe

France's iconic car the Citroen 2CV is turning 60. BBC website readers have been sending in their 2CV shots. Steve Lowe: "This is my old 2CV Ziggy, it now lives in France but we keep in touch."

Photo: Clare Hartgen

Clare Hartgen: "My partner Andrew racing his car in the 2CV 24-hour race at Snetterton, England. His team came ninth - not bad as they started in 25th position!"

Photo: Captain Sam White

Captain Sam White: "I have been buying 2CVs since 1969. I bought this van in 1984 but it has recently been restored to its former glory."

Photo: Margrete Johansen

Margrete Johansen: "I had my first 2CV in 1971 and have thousands of stories to tell. When this couple saw my 2CV they asked if they could use it for their wedding. Of course I said yes!"

Photo: Steve Lowe

Steve Lowe and four of his friends all had 2CVs while working at Disneyland in France. His first 'Speciale', known as Dame Edna, has now been exported and rebuilt in Canada. Photo: Steve Lowe

Photo: Claudie Avenel

Claudie Avenel: "This is our family's 2CV in a suburb of Paris in 1969. My brother and father were working on it before taking it on holiday to the south of France. My father was really just there for support!"

Photo: Kevin Monk

Kevin Monk: "The 2CVs are wonderful little cars. Here are my 1967 AK350 van and my 1987 Dolly. I bought the van in France for the sole purpose of bringing back copious amounts of wine from Spain!"

Photo: Aldo Hanson

Aldo Hanson: "My ex-wife liked 2CVs - so against my better 'Clarksonian' judgement, I got her one for Valentine's day in 1986. We drove more than 100,000 miles through Europe in it."

Photo: Ben Lenthall

Ben Lenthall: "This is my 2CV van on a hot day in the south of France. I bought it from an Italian woman when I retired to France but it has now been sold and taken to Germany to be restored."

Photo: Glen Barringer

Glen Barringer's red 2CV was used by a sound crew to capture the 'squealing tyres' sound effects in the film "Killer Tomatoes Go To France". Photo: Glen Barringer

Photo: Stijn Bulckaen

Stijn Bulckaen: "I took this photo of my girlfriend cooking while camping in the French alps, with my 2CV looking out towards the mountains."

Your pictures: The 2CV
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