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Post by cauchoiskev »

This should make you turn green, so get the sick-bag ready : ... dZViewItem


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Chavtastic wheels...

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Post by jeremy »

May not be to everbody's taste but you've got to admire the qualiy of the work!

Interesting he claims 165 BHP whereas we recon 160 is tops.


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Post by cavmad »

Hmm, "different".
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Post by Terry Brooks »

I must admit that I have no "taste" whatsoever ......and I rather like it :P
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Post by ken newbold »

Are you sure they're alloy? look plastic to me.
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Post by Cornishbx16v »

give the guy credit! the wheels are full chrome ones! shame there are no side pictures though! would be nice to see them!
i think there may be a bit of confusionover the power as he is quoting din not bhp, 160 bhp is 163din so he may have rounded it up a bit!
i like it!

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Post by classic2cv »

8) le Chavtastic 8)
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Origami in plastic and steel

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Post by Stewart (oily!) »

Mon dieu! le incroyable hulk! slightly more tasteful than some mais........
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Post by Kitch »

I've said it before, I'll say it again.

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Post by Toddman »

classic2cv wrote:8) le Chavtastic 8)

Surely you mean le Chavtastique :P

But seriously it is a well finished job but not to my taste although the front end looks very aggresive 8)

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Post by tim leech »

There not all lockup are they, how can anyone do this and thisk it makes it look better! By the way why to LHD cars get another glovebox in the top of the dash and we dont? Answers on a postcard too..................

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Post by DLM »

By the way why to LHD cars get another glovebox in the top of the dash and we dont?
Because Citroen couldn't be bothered? Or perhaps it's to do with some aspect of the dash layout. For example, the lhd models have the fuses in the same place as the rhd models, i.e. on the left-hand side.
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