Paris, 5th - 9th of February 2014
Since its creation in 1976, Rétromobile has focused entirely on classic
collectors´cars. A world leader in its field, since the early 1980s it has taken
place at the Parc des Expositions, Porte de Versailles, Paris. In 2014, the show
will be moving to hall 1, occupying 41,000 square metres of exhibition space –
that´s 8,000 square metres more than in previous years.
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More space for displays, more comfort for visitors, more reasons to buy, to
dream, to get information, or simply to admire the wonderful cars gleaming in
the booths. More artists, more clubs, more federations, more vendors of spare
parts and scale models, more events organizers, more restorers, coachbuilders
and car vendors who will, once again, do their best to live up to the expectations
of visitors from the four corners of the globe. Only Rétromobile has so many
surprises in store: it´s the show where Heritage and History meet.
After special features of the French Curves exhibition of the Mullin Museum,
Amphicars, the tribute to the legendary Citroen DS or the Propeller Cars of
Marcel Leyat in previous years this years Rétromobile will feature land speed
record cars including “Babs” raced by Thomas Parry and the 350 HP Sunbeam
Bluebird raced by Malcolm Campbell and a 4000 square foot diorama
remembering the outbreak of the First World War. Other features will include the
magnificent motor cars of the Maharajas led by a 1929 Isotta Fraschini 8A of
Rajah Sajid Hussein of Kotwara.
A look back at the 2013 Edition
81,000 visitors in 5 days (2 late night session and a weekend), more than 500
vehicles on show over 33,000 square metres of floor space.
More than 400 exhibitors present in the “village”; an entire hall devoted to clubs
and spare parts.
A large number of events: inside the hall the 30th anniversary of the Peugeot
205, the 50th anniversary of the Porsche 911, the Lambert collection, a tribute to
the Citroen DS, the Benz cars from the Prince Heinrich race... and outside the
hall a Mirage 5 and the Seguin, the first ever French locomotive (built in 1829)
demonstrated in full working order.
An outstanding business atmosphere, culminating in the Artcurial auction that
raised 14.6 million euros, with over 90% of the lots sold, with an audience of a
thousand car enthusiasts. Among the exceptional cars sold were a Talbot Lago
1936, which went under the hammer for more than 1.45 million euros.
Certainly Artcurial is back again this year with an interesting line-up of cars as
To have a look back at the 2013 Rétromobile please follow this link
Parc des expositions de Paris de la Porte de Versailles
Hall 1 (Pavillon 1)
- Wedesday 11 am – 10 pm
- Thursday, Saturday and Sunday 10 am – 7 pm
- Friday 10 am – 10 pm
Adults: 14€ (purchase prior to the show), 16 € at the gate.
Group purchase tickets in advance: 12 € / person
Free for children under 12
For additional Information visit www.Retromobile.com