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With 389 members currently registered, I just took a look at the profiles.
BXclub.co.uk?

We have members from at least nineteen different countries!

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Post by Philip Chidlow »

Well if you walk down the street of any big town in England, it would seem the UK is now composed of nineteen different nationalities too :lol:
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Lets see being a ex-pom who owned several BXs in the UK before emigrating to New Zealand and sacrificing his favorite car who they would not let in.

I found myself with a BX and a search of google on the PC found this hive of information. So what if I am no longer in the UK but a wealth of information you have provided is fantastic :lol:

Oh and if you want Multi Nationalitys then come to New Zealand the whole country beside the native Maori is a league of nations :lol:

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Philip chidlow wrote:Well if you walk down the street of any big town in England, it would seem the UK is now composed of nineteen different nationalities too :lol:
`tis true. My daughter`s previous primary school was the most the most ethnically diverse in Cheshire apparantly. I must hasten to point out that that didn`t bother me one bit and despite the best (worse?) efforts of the usual small minority of sad local bigots there were never any problems on that side of things.
The fact that the BXClub attracts people from all over the world speaks volumes for the friendly nature and helpfulness of the forum.
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Post by ken newbold »

Does anybody know if they still have BX's in Bulgaria. :?:

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If I was to emigrate it would be somewhere warm sunny and where they drive on the left and I would take all my cars with me! :D

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tim leech wrote:If I was to emigrate it would be somewhere warm sunny and where they drive on the left and I would take all my cars with me! :D
Technically that could be India but in my experience they seem to drive at any position in the road that their fancy seems to take them. :lol:
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I was thinkingmore like New Zealand or australia! :D

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Post by AlanS »

tim leech wrote:I was thinkingmore like New Zealand or australia! :D
Which sounds good in theory until you see what the Government has waiting for you when you try to register the cars. :shock: :shock: ](*,) blah redx WTF?


Alan S argue:-( WTF?
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I agree with Alan on that, trying to get a BX into New Zealand is a absulute nightmare and one I abandoned on my attempt.

You saying warmer climate? Depends on where you live :lol: we live in wooden houses and winters are mildish compared to the UK with the exception of those colder Polar blasts that when they hit you will be complaining is cold for a few days. The only differance is (not that I noticed this year) is the winters are shorter. Also depends on where you live as to how wet it can be and how hot :wink:

The funniest complaint I read in a AA article was of a guy with a Ferrarai whose car failed the front impact tests and was not allowed in to New Zealand :shock:

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Sounds like you stand a better chance in India then Tim. :wink: :shock:
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