BX Estate TGD for sale

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Re: BX Estate TGD for sale

Post by jeremyC5 » Sat Mar 15, 2014 11:55 pm

I'm interested.

So, it's been suggested a figure of £650 so far.
Can you get some pictures up and we can see it ?

....I had the same problem with pictures, just create a 'fake' ebay listing, listing for sale a wheeel nut with £9.50 P&P, then just post us the link and we'll be able to see it !!
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Re: BX Estate TGD for sale

Post by stevejjj » Sun Mar 16, 2014 5:55 pm

Perhaps this is it on carandclassic

http://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C478457

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Re: BX Estate TGD for sale - H881 CAM

Post by RxBX » Sun Mar 16, 2014 6:49 pm

stevejjj wrote:Perhaps this is it on carandclassic

http://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C478457
It sure is the one Steve and welcome to the BXC (As I see this is your first post) albeit you joined back in October 2012, you must have been a 'Lurker' all of this time :lol:

Do you currently own a BX at the moment or in the past perhaps ?

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Good luck with the Sale Colin !

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Re: BX Estate TGD for sale

Post by stevejjj » Mon Mar 17, 2014 1:43 pm

It sure is the one Steve and welcome to the BXC (As I see this is your first post) albeit you joined back in October 2012, you must have been a 'Lurker' all of this time :lol:

Do you currently own a BX at the moment or in the past perhaps ?
Yes I've been lurking in the background for a while

I did have a 19 TGD but I did a really foolish thing in 2007 and scrapped it due mainly to needing new clutch, cambelt, cutoff solenoid, fluid leak from a return and probably rear arms - it had done 110,000 and I'd had it from 18,000. I do wish I'd kept it and spent the money on it

I'd like another but not to use as a daily driver so the question is where to keep it.

Definitely the most comfortable and relaxing drive I've owned - I'm put off the comfort of aC5 by the complexity of the electrics

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Re: BX Estate TGD for sale

Post by jeremyC5 » Tue Mar 18, 2014 8:56 am

stevejjj wrote:
It sure is the one Steve and welcome to the BXC (As I see this is your first post) albeit you joined back in October 2012, you must have been a 'Lurker' all of this time :lol:

Do you currently own a BX at the moment or in the past perhaps ?
Yes I've been lurking in the background for a while

I did have a 19 TGD but I did a really foolish thing in 2007 and scrapped it due mainly to needing new clutch, cambelt, cutoff solenoid, fluid leak from a return and probably rear arms - it had done 110,000 and I'd had it from 18,000. I do wish I'd kept it and spent the money on it

I'd like another but not to use as a daily driver so the question is where to keep it.

Definitely the most comfortable and relaxing drive I've owned - I'm put off the comfort of aC5 by the complexity of the electrics

You're right about the C5 electrics, mine has got an interesting fault, the computer sometimes switches off and resets, it doesn't lose trip mileage and other settings, but where to start ! - Who knows !!
- Doesn't affect the driving though - lovely ride !!

- Quote from a citroen website " there are 2 types of people, there are those that drive citroens, and then there are nincompoops"
(prob spelt that wrong, as well as misquoting, but you get the idea!!)
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Re: BX Estate TGD for sale

Post by jeremyC5 » Tue Mar 18, 2014 8:58 am

csbeaumont wrote:Hi, Thanks for the enquiry and information. Our Bx is in North Essex, near Colchester. As for price..., how do you value an old family retainer, its like valuing your granny! Offers?
Will try and put a price on her asap.
Hi CS,

Can I come and have a look at the car, I am interested.
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Re: BX Estate TGD for sale

Post by jeremyC5 » Sat Jun 07, 2014 8:58 pm

This one is finally up for sale on eBay, for a starting bid of £400.
As far as I remember, it did have some panel problem going on on the near side at the back, but the details have been lost from my memory bank !!
The ride was a bit bumpy, I think I recall.
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