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    Almost worth it for the interior and the glass. If someone buys it I'll take the other bits.

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    yeah, I don't quite get it either, but no Citroen enthusiast will find this one.

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    BVH and all. Steph needs this one.

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    sounds like we might have a consortium!

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    I reckon that'll be a brilliant car. Note: the original heavily deteriorated "foam" boot seal is still there. These seals hold water "forever" when they get wet (just like a kitchen sponge). That car has absolutely no rust in the boot lid on boot edge, so has obviously never sat out in the weather for any period of time. Infact I imagine it's never been wet

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    wet just thinking about a bvh with leather......

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    That tinted glass is interesting. I have one spare door glass that is tinted, but it's fairly useless by itself.

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    we can get the tinted glass from germany, the freight and packing is the killer, but, the more the merrier
    I have my hand up if anyone wants to bring some in.

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    The door glass is all flat, so having new tinted glass cut here might be a better option. Th windscreen, you can get with the maximum legal tint or a strip across the top. The rear glass would be the problem. Since tinting film is much more durable now that in the past, that's obviously the pragmatic solution for most people, but never looks quite the same as factory tinted glass.

    p.s. OK, scratch that idea. We'd not want to fall into the trap of thinking it's OK to make something down here. ... not that there is anything wrong buying from German suppliers. I've bought plenty of car parts from Europe.
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    I think richo did a pretty good job on the window film research and then fitted it to his 67 project. Yep, we can do it here with the imported Korean film.

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    That's a Utah Car. VERY dry out there. Looks nice & solid. ~Steph.

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    So, buy it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mberry View Post
    yeah, I don't quite get it either, but no Citroen enthusiast will find this one.
    What do you mean The enthusiasts have already found it!!!
    Cheers Gerry

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    The White Paint makes sense,considering it's in the Southeast. And yeah,judging by the Interior,it's been garaged,if it wasn't,that Interior would've been turned to dust years ago. ~Steph.

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