This old post should help you out.
Mike P wrote:
There was a UK one that was on a B reg but I've never been able to track down it's whereabouts or fate.
There was a BX4TC in "The Patrick Collection", it was sold and used in Britain (including being shown at the NEC by the CCC) and then sold to France sometime around 2002/2003. I believe it still resides there.
Having clicked onto 'Tecar' THIS OLD POST
which then led me to the following quote in the linked up thread :-
Tecar wrote:The 4TC is a scary car to drive.
Not only were the brakes dodgy at best (from standard), the car itself was not particularly stable at speed. With the car being extra long and wide it is a formidible beast.
We took the ex-Patrick Collection/ex-Mark Waghorn (B85BVP) car to Castlecoombe for a rally type run - it was a 'Rally day' with lots of old 'Group B' cars. It was great taking the 4TC around the track, but it was heavy and cumbersome (and was very nearly lost on a hairpin bend - those dodgy brakes again).
This particular car was sold to a French guy who had it at the ICCCR - it still had the Patrick Collection sticker on the window. Most people thought we'd done the modifications when we drove it, and were most surprised to find out that it was a 'Factory' thing.
It is not the sort of Citroen that I'd consider as 'covetable', as it is a bitzer mechanically - with Citroen using whatever was in the bins at the time - mostly CX bits... (and including the Peugeot 505 T engine and SM gearbox????). Whilst it might be a nice car to have on display, it would not be a daily driver (nor would I want to drive it any great distance)
My overall opinion was that it was big, cumbersome, and not in the least bit sporty!
But it did sound nice and get the adrenaline running - especially when approaching corners...would those brakes work?
Which 'Tecar' confirm's the Reg. number and Viola
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I need to have a lie down with a wet flannel over my face. BX 4 TC = gentlemen's crisis.
for Mark !