XM 25th Anniversary

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Tim Leech
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Re: XM 25th Anniversary

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Anyone else I know going? we wont bother otherwise.
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Re: XM 25th Anniversary

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Steve Welsh is going, as is Mat Fenwick.
Mark Smith

Is it just me or is everything shit?

1989 BX GTi 16 valve. Blanc Alpine. Completed the Citroen Classic Challenge Ecosse and 1337 miles without a hitch.
2000 XM VSX 2.1 td Auto. Rouge Magenta.
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Tim Leech
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Re: XM 25th Anniversary

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Were out, my aunt and Uncle have cancelled as has Paul and Sandre, (plus we have no Citroen to go in) so will have a day at home.

Enjoy!
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Dollywobbler
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Re: XM 25th Anniversary

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Bit miffed about this. Contrary to the poster, it seems tomorrow is the main day. I went today and it was just a handful of Citroens in a car park. One BX (my old blue RD estate) which was nice to see. Did get to play with a V6 Xantia and V6 XM though. Why on earth did it take so long for Citroens to have proper engines?!

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Re: XM 25th Anniversary

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Sorry I didn't make it Saturday, I wasn't feeling well, but I managed to whizz up there Sunday morning and had a good day looking round some fabulous cars and the museum itself. It made a nice change to not have the scruffiest car there (although it was nowhere near the best either), although it was probably one of the higher mileage ones in attendance - I even found its twin! It was also nice to see the number who made an effort to get cars on the road especially for the event.

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Considering you only pay for the parking (£2.50 or £3.50, depending on how long you're there for), it's good value for money, and I'd recommend it for a future BXC meeting.
Mike Sims
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Re: XM 25th Anniversary

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Thanks for the pics Mike. :-)
Mark Smith

Is it just me or is everything shit?

1989 BX GTi 16 valve. Blanc Alpine. Completed the Citroen Classic Challenge Ecosse and 1337 miles without a hitch.
2000 XM VSX 2.1 td Auto. Rouge Magenta.
TGD saloon many years ago.

1990 Swift 'Corniche' 12/2 aka BXClub HQ.
Honda Firestorm. Gone, but not forgotten.
2015 Triumph Tiger Explorer XC.