16TGS Estate

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16TGS Estate

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Ebay item number 160445881715
White Bx16TGS Estate .Bit of test and taxed in London.Low miles but its had a hard life judging by the pictures.Starting bid at £100.
Another one miles away from me!!!!!!
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1985 MK1 BX Digit
1986 MK1 BX Leader
1988 19RD
1983 Tin Snail

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Re: 16TGS Estate

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richardd1652 wrote:Ebay item number 160445881715
White Bx16TGS Estate .Bit of test and taxed in London.Low miles but its had a hard life judging by the pictures.Starting bid at £100.
Another one miles away from me!!!!!!
Richard.
As you say Richard 'It's in a state' :lol: more of a spares donor IMHO !

How about putting a LINK in when you post your 'Spotted' BX's :wink:

Even if it's like this :- http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll? ... 0445881715 ?

Could be worth £100 for the number plate for someone named 'Katy' with an Audi 'TT' (Katy's TT) and then break the rest for spares, being it's a Petrol they will be very lucky to get a bid on it as the current scrap price has fallen to £120 a tonne (Roughly the weight of this BX) and then there's a £2.50 deduction per tyre for the disposable, therefore bringing that down to £110 a tonne !

But with the £50 worth of road tax that you could cash in, that effectively makes it £50 for the car if someone could bag at the £100 start price, so it possibly will end up being sold !

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Owned for seven years with no trouble at all?! Surely not! :lol:

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Dollywobbler wrote:Owned for seven years with no trouble at all?! Surely not! :lol:
Hes not to be trusted with a comment like that!, Saying that if yournot bothered how battered your car is then you could do worse, nice mileage.

Just need a rusted white BX with good panels as a donor.
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Roverman wrote:Just need a rusted white BX with good panels as a donor.
Got one of those...might have to wash the green residue off though!
'92 BX GTi Hurricane - gone to a good home
'90 BX 19TGD estate - goes, but not going anywhere!
'90 BX 19TGD hatch in even more bits...
'71 Dyane project
'74 2CV6 project
'82 2CV6 Club - gone to a good home
the remains of an '88 2CV6 Dolly - watch this space!
...and a '95 VW Passat auto estate!!

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Another one miles away from me!!!!!!
Just occasionally, this is a good thing Richard :-)
but its had a hard life
but its had a hard life... That's the first time I've seen that much rust on the front of the bonnet - is it pretending to be a MK2 Granada or what ? :shock:

it looks as though both front doors have been replaced at some time - I don't think I'd trust anything about this car - even the 'low mileage' !
1992 BX19 TGD estate 228K Rusty - SORNed
2002 C5 HDi SX estate

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I fancy the plate.Must be worth the asking price even if the rest is junk.I emailed for more pictures and asked the usual qustions like what is the suspension like etc but never had a reply.
Richard.
1985 MK1 BX Digit
1986 MK1 BX Leader
1988 19RD
1983 Tin Snail