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Post by Mothman »

Took the rad out today, easier than a Mk 11 diesel, more space. Had to go into Tun wells so didnt have time to back wash it, will do it tomorrow.

Andy

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Post by bx petrol auto saloon »

Dear Andy.
Well done on sorting out the photo,s, that is something I will have to do
very soon too :roll:
She looks in very very good fettle doesn,t she, the wheels look very
nice on her aswell. I love the dashboard photo,s all them buttons 8) The
interior looks very very clean Andy, very nice unusual colour :P
All the best Andy :wink:
Vince.
Passion Hydropneumatic Citroen,s

Cars;- 1993 White Citroen BX 1.6 TXi petrol
saloon auto with air-con & ABS.
47,594 Miles from new.
Owned for 3 years sorned.
1988 Silver SAAB 900i 2.0 8v F/lift,
saloon 5sp with 3 spoke Ronals,
69,000 Miles from new.
Owned for 15 years T & T.

Mothman

Post by Mothman »

Thanks for that Vince,

I found it very difficult to get my head around posting pics on the forum but if you open a photobucket a/c[free], upload a piccy and then click on [img] on the box that shows[img] and then when you wish to post a reply, there is an img box parallel to the word message body, click on that and press CTRL V and Bobs your uncle. Worked for me and now posting pics is a doddle.

As for the motor, i think you should have bought it, very glad you didnt as she is a very rare beastie indeed, as Tim will agree. May have to spend a few shillings to get her to perfection but will endevour to do a few shows next year.

Andy

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Post by Paul296 »

Looking lovely Andy. Great car, and that interior is amazing! I had a few photobucket nighmares before I finally worked it out - easy (when you know how! :D )

Mothman

Post by Mothman »

Thanks Paul,

I shall do my best to keep her on the road, this forum is a great help. Even bought a set of alun keys for the bleed nut over the thermostat for when i refit the rad. Just finding out that that it musnt be over tightened from other members is fantastic advice you just could not get from doing it on your own.

Andy

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Post by Paul296 »

It is an excellent site - I love it. But it can be rather addictive I find? . . .


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