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BX Camper Car

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http://www.trademe.co.nz/motors/used-ca ... 953004.htm

Like this line
-Bad leak in the hydrolic system, i just top up the fluid every now and then, about 3 liters a month. can be fixed i had it booked in to be fixed in the new year no idea on cost tho
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1991 BX19 TZS 04/01/91 (Deceased)
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1992 BX19 TXD (Ex UK - K 744 SDF) 15/06/92
1990 BX19 TZS Auto 06/11/1989
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Quite imaginative to call that a 'camper!' And the hi-fi is funny - looks as though he's compromised the structural integrity of the car installing those hundreds of speakers.
There was a BX I saw with a tent fixed onto the roof rack which folded out safari style. To protect you from wild animals of course.
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this yellow writing is really hard to read

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Well, my car's a 'BX camper' if I stand it in a field next to some deck chairs and gaffa tape a home made awning to the roof.

Similarly, if I stick a bucket of water in the back and write the words, 'fire engine' on the side in wax crayon . . . voila - it's a 'BX fire engine'! :D

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those speakers wouldn't last long with kids in the back :lol:

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Similarly, if I stick a bucket of water in the back and write the words, 'fire engine' on the side in wax crayon . . . voila - it's a 'BX fire engine'!
My first BX was used by the previous owner to transport shetland ponies in (the stains on the back seat never did fully come out) - does mean it was a BX horsebox, only I could have made it MOT exempt at the time.
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Paul296 wrote:Similarly, if I stick a bucket of water in the back and write the words, 'fire engine' on the side in wax crayon . . . voila - it's a 'BX fire engine'! :D
I better not tell you what is stuck in the windscreen of my cars and on the number plates then :wink: Not quite the extreme but used to respond and has a bit kit in the boot.
1991 BX19 TZS 04/01/91 (Deceased)
1990 BX19 TRS 27/10/89 (Reborn)
1992 BX19 TXD (Ex UK - K 744 SDF) 15/06/92
1990 BX19 TZS Auto 06/11/1989
1992 BX TZD Turbo Estate (Ex UK) 1/07/91