bx tzd L reg White for sale

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I understand a deal has been done between my mate Shaune and Spudling :D

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Jolly good! :D

Ken are you anygood at welding! :wink:

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No but Shaune is a dab hand :lol: he's been up tonight to borrow some mig wire.

He's welding up the Anglessey BX which is about the same as your 16v. :(

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Okidokes will have to keep trying, the new drivehshafts have made the ABS work which is something I guess!

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Ken, glad u got your xm sorted, a bit surprised that your bx isnt any more economical. I thought your xm would struggle to get 40mpg (but i could be wrong).

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It struggles to get 50 :o

The thing is amazing on fuel, it should be better now it's not loaded up with junk.

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Thats amazing for such a big car, u must have a very light right foot :lol:

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Well, to update this thread...

This car has to be the bargain of the year. Can't believe no one was interested in it, especially as it's an L reg.

We collected it tonight and had it back in Wakefield by 11. :D OK it's got one or two very minor issues, but nothing that won't be fixed by the weekend.

Many thanks to Dan and his Mrs for their generousity and for giving the car a second chance.

by the way Dan, the XM up the road is a petrol :(

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Is it the n/a engined model?

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Nope, it's the 1.7 5h1t off a shovel turbo model. And I mean it. :shock:

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What else has it got :?:

Only genuine rear headrests :o a brand new end to end exhaust and a pair of new fuel feed and return pipes stowed in the boot. :D

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seems you made good time getting back, Glad to hear it!

the c plate bx up the road is 1.9d.

Keep us posted on how things go

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I was going to ask if there was any news on the MK1 up the road. Ssshh, :-$ someone else might be reading this. :lol:

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So is Shaun having this BX? & whats he doing with his nice XM?

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He seems to have fallen for this one big style.

I think he's going to get the tailgate doors and wings changed over from the 16v to create a 16v lookalike.
His wife is going to be using the BX as she doesn't like the XM.

What he going to do with the Red TZD from Anglesey :?: who knows :?