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Post by BX Bandit »

Interestingly, whilst I love my TD and 16v, Charlie ain't that fussed. He's got a 1.9 in cream with the see through C pillars and it's a beaut. I can really see his obsession and just like Tims GT ph1 it's a typically French and 'unBritish' car and really great for its unique-ness. Not that many about now in that colour I guess???
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Post by toddao »

Back on topic lads, can't believe some of the salacious filth that people post here, this is after all a car forum.

I think any BX is a good one because everyday problems like this would never happen - when an average punter is trying to fix her car, she could simply select the top height lever, thus freeing up those parts obstructing free access to the shaft requiring lubrication ( technically speaking)


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That's quite pneumatic though! :) ( Could translate to those air jacks you see advertised. :lol: )
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I never knew Barbera Windsor drove a Beemer!
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Far too many BX's, a bus, an ambulance a few trucks, not enough time and never enough cash...

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Post by stuart_hedges »

Tall, ginger, gorgeous and a self-professed nympho. Oh, and I've got one :D

Sorry, were we talking about cars? What I'd really like is a Mark 1 TZD Turbo Estate with aircon... but that doesn't exist. Or a GTi 16v estate (with all the bodykit and so on) for weekend fun. Oh... that doesn't exist either :(

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I'll make you both for swopsys with the tall nympho mate!
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Far too many BX's, a bus, an ambulance a few trucks, not enough time and never enough cash...

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Post by Mark Dunmore »

Can I put a vote in for a 19TRi estate in white, with the factory wheel trims? All the performance I'll ever need (the Hurricane has been plenty fast enough for my needs), plus plenty of space (and no dratted sunroof to encroach on the headroom!). And white, because I like white cars, even if they do rust alarmingly.
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'90 BX 19TGD estate - goes, but not going anywhere!
'90 BX 19TGD hatch in even more bits...
'71 Dyane project
'74 2CV6 project
'82 2CV6 Club - gone to a good home
the remains of an '88 2CV6 Dolly - watch this space!
...and a '95 VW Passat auto estate!!