No more polishing the TRD

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toddao
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Re: No more polishing the TRD

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Phil Peters wrote
That rear window louvre looks awesome! Was that an official Citroen part?
That one pictured isn't but it came with the car when I bought it. Make me an offer? ( Problem is carriage to UK from Germany. I will therefore probably end up putting it on Ebay.de)

I actually do have two original Citroen ones which are probably the rarest of all Accessories items. One has been reserved and one is fitted to my 16v.

I lived in Leam when I was a student and I think it's a great place.


I was under the TRD today and that vision didn't disuade me from my decision. Crusty pipes abound.. but when I started it and it went smoothly up to the highest setting I started looking forward to getting those front cylinders on my yellow one which is as jerky as a rusty turkey!
Todd


this yellow writing is really hard to read

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Re: No more polishing the TRD

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toddao wrote: jerky as a rusty turkey!
Yeah, I've met some o' them rusty turkeys. They can't 'arf be a bit jerky sometimes. :D

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Re: No more polishing the TRD

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Thanks Paul, glad I'm not the only one.. :D
Todd


this yellow writing is really hard to read