Nice looking petrol estate

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Nice looking petrol estate

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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/CITREON-BX-19-TZS ... dZViewItem

Worth fixing someone! It looks really tidy and would, I'm sure be a reasonable performer too (and 30 mpg or so is livable-with)
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And current high bidder seems to be one of us. Wonder who that might be? :lol:
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Obviously much in demand this car :D there's been a bidding frenzy this afternoon. :lol:
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Has that got the Gti engine or is it the carb version?

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This'll be the carb version. Are you gonna av a bid. Everyone else has. Could even have good rear arms.





Well probably not. :oops:
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I darent take the risk :D

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It could be cheaper than buying 2 new bearing kits from GSF, But if they do turn out to be uckered, GSF might give you a decent price for bulk buying. :lol:
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Already got 2 kits, including the uber expensive citroen wedge kits as well, it would appear that i'm 1 kit short :evil:

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Whats this bloke on about then, see the questions asked (are they a rare earth element)?

Hi! any chance you could take a wheeltrim off and send me a pic of the wheel, as I'm after a quite specific set of 14" steel wheels, and if yours has them I would consider buying the entire car for them! cheers! - kev

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ken newbold wrote: Are you gonna av a bid. Everyone else has.




I bet Tim didn't, it's not free :D
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Bewildering, really. At this price - or even £100 - it seems a decent bet if you have the knowhow to fix the leak...

As for the guy after steel wheels :shock: I couldn't give mine away!
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Contact him quick Phil, he must be one of those rare creatures "the steel rim collector", they are fashionable i tells ya!!

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He actually wants them for another car completely ;)
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t'only needs a new pair of fuel pipes stickin on. Must cost about £15 these days.
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Garage would probably charge a gazillion quid though :cry:, "yes sir these are special pipes which require a lot of work"