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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1992-CITROEN-BX-1 ... 3a5ecbbb2f

Sounds lovely.Low mileage.
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Post by electrokid »

It does look good - at 73k miles the engine is very nearly run-in !
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Nice looking car & a decent colour as well, dare i say its probably almost worth the asking price :o Sounds like some spheres need doing to get rid of the jiggly ride, so i'd factor that into any offer of which he's had 3.....
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MULLEY wrote:Nice looking car & a decent colour as well, dare i say its probably almost worth the asking price :o Sounds like some spheres need doing to get rid of the jiggly ride, so i'd factor that into any offer of which he's had 3.....
yes indeed it is worth the asking price, its my car (i buy and sell)
its very clean, had no welding done to it, and if i did not have a current diesel, which i have, i would not even consider selling it, cars in this genuine original unmolested condition, dont come along very often, i know its an old cliche, but i honestly belive the first person who sees/drives this car,REALLY, will buy it!

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Hi Jerry - I know you say there's been no welding done on the car and I'm not doubting your word, but in your video ( at about the minute mark) there appears to have been work done at the bottom of the central pillar (a common problem). Sorry if I'm wrong - it's hard to tell with videos/photos a lot of the time...

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Post by ken newbold »

Looks fine to me :) and as long as there are no oil leaks this car has to be worth the money IMHO :)

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Post by Defender110 »

scarecrow wrote:Hi Jerry - I know you say there's been no welding done on the car and I'm not doubting your word, but in your video ( at about the minute mark) there appears to have been work done at the bottom of the central pillar (a common problem). Sorry if I'm wrong - it's hard to tell with videos/photos a lot of the time...

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I can't see anything :?
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Well, I bow to your more experienced eye then, Ken.

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