Vintage Revival Montlhéry and Transports Prevost with the participation of the Manoir de L'automobile de Lohéac, the Musée des Blindés de Saumur and the Musée Atelier des Pionniers de Bailleau-Armenonville invite the visitors of Rétromobile to their one-off exhibition on the theme of the event organised every two years by the Vintage Revival team:
French Festival Of Slowth !
Fans of cars and unusual vehicles will be able to discover an exceptional display of vehicles, dreamt up by visionary manufactureers or imaginative tinkerers. You may be wondering how these vehicles could possibly drive. Well, at the French Festival of Slowth, we don't just bring together these unusual objects from the past, we actually take them out on the road! Come and discover these wonderful machines on our stand and share the passion with the teams from the last FOS!.
RÉTROMOBILE AND TRANSPORTS PREVOST, PARTNERS OF VINTAGE REVIVAL MONTLHÉRY
On 07 and 08 May 2022 and for the third consecutive year, Rétromobile will be present at the Vintage Revival Montlhéry event.
An unmissable gathering of cars and motorbikes strictly from before 1940, held on the mythical Linas-Montlhéry race track, this event brings together car enthusiasts every year.
To announce the May event, Vintage Revival will bring together a series of vehicles on the theme of its event, which every two years features a car brand in the spotlight, an anniversary brand and a gathering of rare vehicles.
For this 6th edition, the BNC brand (Bollack Netter et Compagnie, founded in 1923) will be the make in the spotlight of VRM 2022 with the presence on the VRM / Rétromobile stand of the former BNC of the legendary French driver: Jean-Pierre Beltoise. He began car racing in this BNC and won his first gymkhana at La Baule in 1958.
His son Anthony will be present on the stand to discuss the history of this magnificent French car.
- Amilcar – ANNIVERSARY
Having just celebrated its centenary, this other French brand will be highlighted at VRM and consequently on the VRM / Rétromobile stand with an exceptional racing vehicle that has never before been displayed to the public:
AMILCAR six-cylinder C6 “Customer” version from 1931 (formerly driven by Gaston Réveiller).
This racing car with a known track record from 1931 to 1935 is in exceptional condition. It is the only one known to have kept its original configuration (apart from a few parts) since its delivery as a new car in 1931, retaining an incredible patina.