Extinct BX's?

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Russ
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Yeah it's annoying about the history! To be honest I didn't really take to the last owner haha.
Good call with the electrics in the boot I thought that was you, I just made an extending bracket and bolted a tow ball onto it.
Yeah the original wheels stayed with the last guy who lost the history, he made every excuse to not dig them out of his garage. Real helpful

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Russ wrote: I just made an extending bracket and bolted a tow ball onto it. Real helpful
It had one of these, he must have kept that too. :roll:
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My tgs auto is still here but currently sorn. I've been retired one year and not had time to touch it. However I did manage to get to the Chevrons rally yesterday in the rain and spent a pleasant few hours there. I'll try and post some pics up soon.

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