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    Default 2CV PARTS from 2CViking France

    a present arrived in the mail yesterday....not all that long after i placed an order with 2CViking for 2 new headlights and a starter motor for my 2CV..
    What service....great product & price
    Thanks Peter/Lorraine...
    PS there was a little space left in the box but it was kindly filled with French biscuits and 2CV postcards!!
    many thanks...a pleasure doing business and highly recommended to fellow 2CV owners

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    Thanks very much for your kind words Andrew.
    Cheers Viking family

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogboy View Post
    PS there was a little space left in the box but it was kindly filled with French biscuits and 2CV postcards!!
    many thanks...a pleasure doing business and highly recommended to fellow 2CV owners
    ssh, not too loud, the border protection police will be knocking on your door...

    ps...I watch too much telly.
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    Don't worry.. processed biscuits like these are ok... I was in another life a Customs Officer and worked with Quarantine
    you should however declare all foodstuffs to protect our borders...no two ways about it

    Quote Originally Posted by pug206gti View Post
    ssh, not too loud, the border protection police will be knocking on your door...

    ps...I watch too much telly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2CViking View Post
    Thanks very much for your kind words Andrew.
    Cheers Viking family
    You Guys deserve all the success with your 2CV business...Thanks again!
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    Most of the parts I have used on my car are from Peter. A few bits are from David Parkinson.

    You send an email and you want a response. It is business after all. He provides it on just about every occasion.

    The reliability is excellent too. I would recommend him and when he is out, his partner comes to the rescue.

    Pricing is reasonable. Freight must be factored in. Make sure you do an exchange rate check too.

    Being a consumer and dealing with 100% eBay responding to our question people, responses all the time would be great, BUT we all have stuff going on and do our best.

    Peter has also recommended another supplier for a particular part of my roof which is specialized and comes from a guy in Germany. These connections are also really useful. The bit is beading and quite cheap from this source.

    Things are sent by post and 100% reliable. They always get there. Watch sending brittle stuff like aluminum strips for body. I did have one bend in post and had to buy again. No blaming Australia Post or the French post people.

    So you want 2cv parts, contact this man. And make sure you get the on line catalogue.

    Chris Mortimer

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    I also sourced my 2CV roof from Peter...it came from Skinny Alex in Germany? and fantastic quality..
    yes...more expensive than the standard vinyl jobs but it won't crack under our sun in a year or two...
    It's like a mercedes cloth (double duck?)
    very happy with it....
    and then there is the Viking repair trips when he comes to visit...My Abigail has benefited from the surgeon of steel
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    I cannot agree more. BTW Alex Assboeg I think is the gent's name - also very obliging and fair. Nice not being ripped off for once!!

    I have purchased HEAPS of Peter now and am a satisfied customer.

    Chris M

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    Thanks Chris.
    Did you get a reply from Skinny Alex. If not let me know
    Cheers
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    Sure did Peter.
    Hassle with paying him as he doesnt seem set up with paypal. Chris

    OTE=2CViking;1148781]Thanks Chris.
    Did you get a reply from Skinny Alex. If not let me know
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