Its acronym is "CAAPY" for Collection de l'Aventure Automobile à Poissy.
Created in 1984, the association “l’Aventure Automobile à Poissy” aims to make known, safeguard and promote the vehicles and objects that have contributed to the automotive history of this plant.
In July 2015, the heritage activities of the PSA group were grouped together in a single entity called “Aventure Peugeot Citroën DS”. The explanations of Xavier Peugeot, President of this new association:
Until now, there were four separate entities with different formats: the L’Aventure Peugeot association, created in 1982 by my father Pierre Peugeot (more than 2,000 members and some thirty clubs), which manages the Peugeot museum in Sochaux, a veritable flagship; the Collection de l’Aventure Automobile in Poissy (CAAPY); the Citroën Conservatory in Aulnay-sous-Bois; and the Fonds de Dotation Peugeot pour la mémoire de l’histoire industrielle (Peugeot Endowment Fund for the Memory of Industrial History) in Hérimoncourt. All of them will now be brought together within the “L’Aventure Peugeot Citroën DS” association, which is an evolution of the existing “L’Aventure Peugeot” association.
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