Gerald Scarfe-designed Citroen C4 unveiled for Teenage Cancer Trust raffle

Gerald Scarfe-designed Citroen C4 unveiled for Teenage Cancer Trust raffle  
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Hatchbacks, News, Citroën
on 03/10/2009

Source: Citroen

Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger and players, Gael Clichy and Robin van Persie joined world famous cartoonist Gerald Scarfe last week to unveil a unique Citroën C4.

The ‘Ultimate Arsenal Fans’ Car’ was designed by Scarfe in consultation with the players and is being raffled in aid of Arsenal’s Charity of the Season, Teenage Cancer Trust.
Citroën, Arsenal Football Club’s official car supplier, donated the stylish new C4 to the Club for the unique project to help raise awareness and funds for the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Tickets to win the car cost just £2 with all funds going to Teenage Cancer Trust.

The car will be displayed at the Emirates Stadium for the next three Arsenal home matches (14th March Arsenal FC vs. Blackburn, 4th April Arsenal FC vs. Manchester City and 26th April Arsenal FC vs. Middlesbrough).

Supporters are invited to give their input on what they would like to find inside the hatchback via

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