droolin again

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charlie
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droolin again

Post by charlie »

scouring the known and unknown world for ought of interest and found this

http://www.carandclassic.co.uk/list/15/ ... =0&make=15

i seem to be drooling for a living :roll:
yes.....
the colour is....
guiness white..........

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Just how big is this wad you've got, Charlie?

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1991 Citroen BX16 TGS Meteor - still out there somewhere!

Post by mnde »

I like the GS Estate... that's just your colour Charlie ;)

Mark.

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Post by m_2975 »

Forget the GS!!

http://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C23997

That's the puppy!

Although it's a UK car and i'd never buy one (unless it was a BX and I could put it into an Aussie shell :lol: )
My Cars:
'93 BX 19GTi Sedan 5M
'89 BX 19TRI Estate 5M
'89 AX GT(With EFI) 2door 5M
In the Family:
'74 SM IE (Fully Restored) 5M
'90 BX 19TRI122 Sedan 4A
'02 Xantia Exclusive Sedan 4AA
'06 C5 2.2HDi Estate 6A

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Post by stuart_hedges »

Mark and I are long-standing G fans and that estate is a beaut - except that it seems to be a Citreon. I think I'd be too scared (and not rich enough) for the SM, but some of the DSs on that page had me dribbling.

One day...

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stuart_hedges wrote:Mark and I are long-standing G fans
Spot on?
:wink:
Smokes lots, because enough's enough already!

Far too many BX's, a bus, an ambulance a few trucks, not enough time and never enough cash...

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The G's ARE totally fabulous cars. There aren't that many other cars that
you can really grab by the scruff of the neck and drive like a sports car
with such superb roadholding yet having a supple/pliant ride. I especially
love driving my 1220's - their turbine like high revs are very addictive! :D

Andrew

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I'd have a Bi-rotor..
Smokes lots, because enough's enough already!

Far too many BX's, a bus, an ambulance a few trucks, not enough time and never enough cash...

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andmcit wrote:The G's ARE totally fabulous cars. There aren't that many other cars that
you can really grab by the scruff of the neck and drive like a sports car
with such superb roadholding yet having a supple/pliant ride. I especially
love driving my 1220's - their turbine like high revs are very addictive! :D

Andrew
Pics please!

Yes I totally agree. And there's no contest between which has the best engine note between my GSA and the BX16. E.g. overtaking a truck on the A3 joining road last week, giving it some welly in 2nd, 3rd and 4th. The noise is exhilarating! If only it had a precise short throw gearbox. I'd love to take a G round a track in anger. I've been round the Le Mans circuit.... but that was with hundreds of other cars. Got up to 60 mph by the end of the main straight before backing off to avoid a demolition derby!!

Mark.