BX GTi for sale. Very very reluctant. New MOT, 5 months tax

Buy or sell parts etc. Please put 'Wanted' in the title if it is a request for parts.
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Is there any other paperwork to back up the mileage ? Good luck with the sale I hope the Bx finds a good home it looks a very nice example in a good colour



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I passed by this this afternoon in the pouring rain; it does look nice. I hope to get back for another look in the dry in the next few days. From me it's down single track roads with grass up the middle with not much in the way of passing places and lots of blind bends with nowhere to escape to (or go a long way aroound)
previous- GS, Visa, 19DTR, 4x4, now ZX 1.9D and 1985 BMW M5

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Right..I've hoovered the cars insides..now to wash and polish the outside...pics to come tonight. Its hard as i finish work at 7 so when i get home its dark and the past few weekends I've been away! Just message me for a test drive[/img]

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bxzx16v wrote:Is there any other paperwork to back up the mileage ? Good luck with the sale I hope the Bx finds a good home it looks a very nice example in a good colour



Mark
got lots of old mots..the previous owner barely used it..some years he did under 1k miles!

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MULLEY wrote:Fun in a 318 :o I'd keep the BX, a lot more interesting imho, however if you like rwd then the beemer is the only choice.
The 318is is a wicked machine, you can drive it properly, but the BX is more of a wolf in sheeps clothing. And when your in sheeps clothing, you cant really be driven hard, but you do get more attention! Anyway, here are some more pics:

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Nice car, exactly the same as my old Gti, have you tried the free classic car websites?
2002 C5 2.0 HDI Estate - Jasmine - Now SORN
2011 Mini Cooper D Clubman - SOLD
2016 Mercedes A180D Sport - Auto refinement
1992 TZD Turbo - Bluebell - My daily
1991 Gti 16V - Blaze - crash damaged, will get repaired.
1990 Gti 8Valve SOLD - looks like it's been scrapped
2002 Mini Cooper S - SOLD - i miss this car
1992 TXD - Scrapped in March 2014
1988 CX 25 GTI Turbo2 - SORN
1996 - AX Memphis 1.5D - Dream - SORN

I'm not just a username, i'm also called Matthew.

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not yet.....will do v.soon

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You will regret selling it , that's a nice looking example

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Post by BX Meteor »

Very very nice looking car

but why has it needed a heater matrix twice, that would possibly indicate that the engine water has not been regulary changed, maybe ?
51490m - 19.1.06 - Replace heater matrix
08.10.06 - New battery
52390m - 10.1.09 - Replace ignition switch and heater matrix

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BX Meteor wrote:Very very nice looking car

but why has it needed a heater matrix twice, that would possibly indicate that the engine water has not been regulary changed, maybe ?
51490m - 19.1.06 - Replace heater matrix
08.10.06 - New battery
52390m - 10.1.09 - Replace ignition switch and heater matrix
dont know...tbh its more than likely the previous owner being way over the top and paranoid. thats the kind of guy he was...plus there was seemingly 3 years between the jobs. the car is completely fine and you cant pick any holes in it! its a goodun'

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Sadly I live in the Midlands and have no space for 2 BX's.

If I llived in the West country and had space for another BX, I'd be there to look for sure :!:

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Post by Mr.Majestic »

car is still for sale! nobody has even looked at it! all i have had is various scam artists trying to get my bank account details so far......

and before you say it..I'm not dropping the price for a quick sale!! Loads of emails, but no shows. Wierd - as the motor is priced fairly......hmmmm

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Its a beauty and no mistake but its not a diesel, so you will struggle to sell it on here sadly.
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Post by jacksun1987 »

i thought ive seen it before. But as soon as you see a bx on autotrader its a very reare thing now adays. Ebay has quite alot.
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Post by Mickey taker »

I dont know maybe I'm the exception but I would rather have a petrol BX than a diseasel one any day
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