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    Default Dyane 6

    Saw this parked in Modena Italy three days ago, thought it was of more interest than the Lamborghini factory and museum over the road.
    It is in excellent unmolested condition.

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    Looks great, and agree, a nice orginal dyane is much more interesting. Did you get any shots of the interior?

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    For people in Melbourne, there's a nice Dyane ('Lebleu') regularly parked on Richmond Terrace near the London Tavern. Always brings a smile to the dial...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilrex View Post
    Saw this parked in Modena Italy three days ago, thought it was of more interest than the Lamborghini factory and museum over the road.
    It is in excellent unmolested condition.

    Rex B

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    Sounds like you are having fun over there. I never caught up with you once your ID was up and running and have often thought about how you like the car. You've had many different cars so what is it like for you owning an ID. I always say people love them or hate them. I know you wouldn't hate yours but is it exciting for you in comparison to others you have had ???

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    Hi John, thanks for the interest. The ID19 is now on the road and has done a few thousand Km's on club runs. There are still some jobs to do on it but runs well and great to drive. I will put a page up soon on the complete restoration of it so you can get an idea of the work involved. It is a lovable car that grows on you.

    I do not have a photo of the interior of the Dyane, but here is a front view.Dyane 6-img20160530110417.jpg
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    Nice. It seems to be drawing a crowd.
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    What are the road surfaces like in Modena?
    Judging from the ride height on that Dyane, the tie rods have been wound up so tight that the poor thing will be jiggling along on tiptoe...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken H View Post
    What are the road surfaces like in Modena?
    Judging from the ride height on that Dyane, the tie rods have been wound up so tight that the poor thing will be jiggling along on tiptoe...
    That's how you set up a Dyane for stair climbing.
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    Road conditions around vary but a lot are very bumpy. I have been driving a C3 around there and all the time wish I had my CX. Perfect for the Dyane too
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