Extinct BX's?

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Great stuff, it really does look a stunner. It could well be the 'newest' BX out there!

Interesting to read about the history of the car too.
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Hi may

Nice to see you back on here, is the estate is still around!
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Hi Tim,

Its nice to be back, life got complex for a while and cutting out too much internet mucking about and getting on was a bit of a priority im afraid.
Yes the estate is still with us, just sitting about in storage currently, but no reason it wont make a return in the future at some point.
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Hello again Matt. Nice to see you on here mate.
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Thank James, hopefully have a bit more time for the finer things again, like BX's :)
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Stinkwheel wrote: Yes the estate is still with us, just sitting about in storage currently, but no reason it wont make a return in the future at some point.
Keep it mothballed Matt. You'll need it for the apocalypse :lol:
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Wheeey cheers for that Defender yep that's her alright! Lucky for me you know this car very very well! I do have the sales article still tho nearly all of the history was 'misplaced' by the previous owner disappointingly :(
The N reg still looks very good indeed, in fact it's my pride however I do use it as a daily driver and I do quite a few miles but she's well serviced by me. In fact I could probably lease a 'successful' persons car for what it costs me haha but hey why drive the same box as everyone else on the M6.
All I've done is add morettes and a tow hitch for my laser dinghy :D oh and there's speedlines and a sunroof deflector but I guess you put those on Mr Defender.

I would like a gti 4x4 tho too, I did neatly buy a light metallic blue one a few years back that looked in great nick but I think it was about £1500 however the fear of catastrophic diff failure put me off!
So 4x4's must be a pretty rare beast nowadays too!

Anyone got one?

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Looks like 7 4x4 on the road and 27 on SORN.
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Keep it mothballed Matt. You'll need it for the apocalypse :lol:
Funny you should say that actually Rich,

I had reason to start and move it about 3 days ago so I could get to something else, now bear in mind it hasn't been started or moved for about 18 months.

charged battery attached, two heats of glowplugs, click from solenoid first try, then it un stuck and turned literally half an engine revolution and settled to a nice(if diesel BX) tickover.

It will actually survive the apocalypse Im sure :twisted:
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Oh that's more than I thought for 4x4's!

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I maybe selling my 4x4 GTI fairly soon…
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Stinkwheel wrote:
Keep it mothballed Matt. You'll need it for the apocalypse :lol:
Funny you should say that actually Rich,

I had reason to start and move it about 3 days ago so I could get to something else, now bear in mind it hasn't been started or moved for about 18 months.

charged battery attached, two heats of glowplugs, click from solenoid first try, then it un stuck and turned literally half an engine revolution and settled to a nice(if diesel BX) tickover.

It will actually survive the apocalypse Im sure :twisted:
I think the cockroaches will bomb around in it after we're all extinct!
The national BX register - click to submit a car!

1983 16TRS (Sunrise red) - 1987 DTR Turbo est (Venetian red) - 1989 16 Valve (Venetian red) - 1990 16 Valve (Venetian red)

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Haha nooo don't say that!

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Russ wrote:Wheeey cheers for that Defender yep that's her alright! Lucky for me you know this car very very well! I do have the sales article still tho nearly all of the history was 'misplaced' by the previous owner disappointingly :(
The N reg still looks very good indeed, in fact it's my pride however I do use it as a daily driver and I do quite a few miles but she's well serviced by me. In fact I could probably lease a 'successful' persons car for what it costs me haha but hey why drive the same box as everyone else on the M6.
All I've done is add morettes and a tow hitch for my laser dinghy :D oh and there's speedlines and a sunroof deflector but I guess you put those on Mr Defender.

Sorry to hear he misplaced the history, I actually fitted a tow hitch with hidden discreet wiring plug inside the boot and a removable hitch so you didn't need it on all the time which went with the car. Yes I fitted the graphite Speedlines and SR deflector but I did also sell it on with the original steels and trims.
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1985 CITROEN BX 19GT C1TBX
1991 CITROEN BX 19TZI AUTO A/C BXi 19
1994 CITROEN XANTIA 1.8 SXi M908HRY
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1963 VW BEETLE 1200
1985 BX 19GT Mk1
1985 BX 19 DTR Mk1
1991 BX 19TZI Auto A/C
1994 Xantia 1.8i SX
1972 Morris Marina 1.8 SDL
1979 Rover SD1 V8-S
1980 Morris Marina 1.7 HL
2003 Rover 25 1.6i XL 5 DR