El Presidente's whereabouts.

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El Presidente's whereabouts.

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Green Globe HQ has received the following communiqe:

"Made it, I'm about 25 miles from Gibraltar. 1,728 mile journey, BX ran strong."

Message ends.

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Who's this?
CCC BX monthly column writer bloke thingy - bx@citroencarclub.org.uk

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Need to know, old boy.

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Post by ed4ferrets »

Guess the h/g and or engine swap did well then :wink:
Marty said: "Take some small comfort from the fact that the driver of the other car, having failed the breath test will even now be in a little cell, with luck they will double him up with some mean bastard who will be tattooing a fandango on his arse"

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Kitch wrote:Who's this?
Our beloved El Presidente della foruma et clubba BX.
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JonKw.

Ed, like your signature mate :lol:
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cavmad wrote:JonKw.

Ed, like your signature mate :lol:
and I thought El Presidente was a second rate dance group outfit! Is Jon doing some part time work spinning the wheels of steel at the local disco??? I think we should be told!! :D

Ed, you indeed have a quality signature, I'v never seen you have a duff signature cavmad, every one a cracker, keep it up! I need something to smile about!!! :D :D :D :D :D
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Post by cavmad »

Fair play, 1,800 miles is one hell of a journey and he`s got the return leg at some point too!


Chris, thanks for your remarks and to celebrate today being Sunday I`ve now changed to my latest signature :wink:
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:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

Oh dear, thats another pair ruined! :shock:
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docchevron1472 wrote::D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

Oh dear, thats another pair ruined! :shock:
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What a wimp, you're actually wearing a pair today? :shock: \:D/

Tom, keep us informed of Jon's whereabouts please 8)
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Post by DLM »

Ed - I think you should tell the world that, unlike a heathy BX, your skunk is drained of fluid (and very fetching indeed).
Occasionally constrained by geography. When not driving, can rely on ferry, two wheels and musclepower when a couple of miles as the crow flies would become a round-road-trip ten times the distance.

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Post by Ian_Fearn »

jonkw wrote: Things that went wrong, nil
Coolant loss: nil
Oil use, about 1/2 a pint if that.
Cost of a good BX??? ..... PRICELESS!
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Saldy not! lol you get most models for under £500