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    Citroen CAR ID19 in VIC | eBay

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    Many R4s (incl. fourgonnette), R5LS, R16TS.


    GS 1015, 1220, sedans and wagons.
    CX 2200, 2400.
    ID 1966, 1969, DS21H, DSpecial, DS23 Pallas.
    C5 2002, 2004 petrol and diesel.
    D Special 1974
    Xantia Activa 1998 (look out Gulargambone)
    GS 5 speed sedan (what a tale)
    1986 2CV6
    CX25GTi 1985 auto
    CX2500 IE Pallas 1985 auto
    DS23EFI 1975 Pallas

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    C5 2.2 HDI 2005 wagon
    DS23 1973 Pallas

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    pretty cool what year would it be?

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    very rusty....... BUT.....It will be a fun project! If someone got space for this beauty! IT LOOKS LIKE COMPLETE removal of interior, all panels, motor, brake system, height corrector, all the spheres=covert to LHM for sure....
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    It's been up before and discussed in the eBay thread a few months ago. They wanted $3K+ then, so the reserve may still reflect that. It's a French ID from 1960.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caparobertsan View Post
    very rusty....... BUT.....It will be a fun project! If someone got space for this beauty! IT LOOKS LIKE COMPLETE removal of interior, all panels, motor, brake system, height corrector, all the spheres=covert to LHM for sure....
    Have you been to look at it I have no idea how rusty it is from the pictures
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    Looks like it hasn't run for 40 years by the rego sticker. Rust in the rear door and surface rust every where under the bonnet , but I've seen worse from the pictures.
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    They are still looking at around the $3K- mark. Certainly "Made in France" circa 1960. In addition to other comments, aluminium bonnet corroded and roof has every skerrick of paint gone exposing every glass fibre.



    Quote Originally Posted by David S View Post
    It's been up before and discussed in the eBay thread a few months ago. They wanted $3K+ then, so the reserve may still reflect that. It's a French ID from 1960.

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    Gee's guys ... I see a car that "might" be a good one. It appears to have the original "raw" fiberglass roof. Original paint perished through to the undercoat .... No different colour panels, no evidence of rust bubbles or bog, panels that all seem to match each other with good shut lines... doors that close .....

    Now rust showing through the bottoms of the doors in the original paint is nothing. 99.9% of them would have been bogged up and resprayed in the lower doors by the time the car was 5years old. This car is fifty six years old ..... Do you have any idea how good that car "might" be for a 56year old car of any type ..... I'd suggest going and looking at it. Your taking it at face value like the ugly pink ID19 I have here!

    Sure it might be a rusted out lump of merde .... But those pictures are not enough for me to decide this. Any car thats sat unused for decades is going to look like this one under the bonnet .... Even if it was stored inside (which I imagine this car has been).

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    '78 GS1220 pallas
    '92 Range Rover Classic ... 5spd manual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleChevron View Post
    Gee's guys ... I see a car that "might" be a good one. It appears to have the original "raw" fiberglass roof. Original paint perished through to the undercoat .... No different colour panels, no evidence of rust bubbles or bog, panels that all seem to match each other with good shut lines... doors that close .....

    Now rust showing through the bottoms of the doors in the original paint is nothing. 99.9% of them would have been bogged up and resprayed in the lower doors by the time the car was 5years old. This car is fifty six years old ..... Do you have any idea how good that car "might" be for a 56year old car of any type ..... I'd suggest going and looking at it. Your taking it at face value like the ugly pink ID19 I have here!

    Sure it might be a rusted out lump of merde .... But those pictures are not enough for me to decide this. Any car thats sat unused for decades is going to look like this one under the bonnet .... Even if it was stored inside (which I imagine this car has been).

    seeya,
    Shane L.
    Shane is spot on...have a look folks...gee...just the condition of the steering wheel would get me interested if I didn't have enough on my plate....when it cost $10k plus for a rusted hulk VW splitscreen this looks like a bargain
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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleChevron View Post
    Have you been to look at it I have no idea how rusty it is from the pictures
    I can see from the engine room... when I got mine, there was no rust in the engine room at all...... SO I am guessing. But still procedure to make car derivable will be the same s What I did to my car.....NEED SPACE!!! ANd missing steering Wheel shaft top cover(someone printed it yet?)
    I f person has space it will be a fun project! If I do I will definitely will be bidding this car like I did it with my current one! I like older Ds because it is quite simple to work on!
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    Pretty hard to see the real condition from the pix, but the vibe suggests that it is fairly original (original paint?).
    I have a lot of love of the oldies, and that one certainly looks like a worthwhile candidate for saving.

    I hope that an AF enthusiast takes it home.....or has it delivered ....
    Once upon a time:


    Many R4s (incl. fourgonnette), R5LS, R16TS.


    GS 1015, 1220, sedans and wagons.
    CX 2200, 2400.
    ID 1966, 1969, DS21H, DSpecial, DS23 Pallas.
    C5 2002, 2004 petrol and diesel.
    D Special 1974
    Xantia Activa 1998 (look out Gulargambone)
    GS 5 speed sedan (what a tale)
    1986 2CV6
    CX25GTi 1985 auto
    CX2500 IE Pallas 1985 auto
    DS23EFI 1975 Pallas

    And now:

    C5 2.2 HDI 2005 wagon
    DS23 1973 Pallas

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    For the sharp(er) eye, check the interior pic of the car, and focus on what lies beyond the driver's window....
    Once upon a time:


    Many R4s (incl. fourgonnette), R5LS, R16TS.


    GS 1015, 1220, sedans and wagons.
    CX 2200, 2400.
    ID 1966, 1969, DS21H, DSpecial, DS23 Pallas.
    C5 2002, 2004 petrol and diesel.
    D Special 1974
    Xantia Activa 1998 (look out Gulargambone)
    GS 5 speed sedan (what a tale)
    1986 2CV6
    CX25GTi 1985 auto
    CX2500 IE Pallas 1985 auto
    DS23EFI 1975 Pallas

    And now:

    C5 2.2 HDI 2005 wagon
    DS23 1973 Pallas

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    Quote Originally Posted by garyk View Post
    For the sharp(er) eye, check the interior pic of the car, and focus on what lies beyond the driver's window....
    ha ha the wagon isnt for sale, i rang about car twice (probably along with a few others) last time it was advertised they werent sure but this time its definetely not for sale as there going to restore

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    So. Anyone willing to buy a Safari on the basis of a tail-light shot??
    Once upon a time:


    Many R4s (incl. fourgonnette), R5LS, R16TS.


    GS 1015, 1220, sedans and wagons.
    CX 2200, 2400.
    ID 1966, 1969, DS21H, DSpecial, DS23 Pallas.
    C5 2002, 2004 petrol and diesel.
    D Special 1974
    Xantia Activa 1998 (look out Gulargambone)
    GS 5 speed sedan (what a tale)
    1986 2CV6
    CX25GTi 1985 auto
    CX2500 IE Pallas 1985 auto
    DS23EFI 1975 Pallas

    And now:

    C5 2.2 HDI 2005 wagon
    DS23 1973 Pallas

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    It must have not made reserve / no bids. It is back on again for another 10 days.

    Citroen Car ID19

    Like a couple of others, I am sorely tempted but don't quite have the time, space or dollars at present to do it justice.
    Not to mention the aggravation from SWMBO if I went for another vehicle before her bathroom project.!
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    How about a Citroen re-form into an en-suite? Win-win?
    Once upon a time:


    Many R4s (incl. fourgonnette), R5LS, R16TS.


    GS 1015, 1220, sedans and wagons.
    CX 2200, 2400.
    ID 1966, 1969, DS21H, DSpecial, DS23 Pallas.
    C5 2002, 2004 petrol and diesel.
    D Special 1974
    Xantia Activa 1998 (look out Gulargambone)
    GS 5 speed sedan (what a tale)
    1986 2CV6
    CX25GTi 1985 auto
    CX2500 IE Pallas 1985 auto
    DS23EFI 1975 Pallas

    And now:

    C5 2.2 HDI 2005 wagon
    DS23 1973 Pallas

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    I like your thinking. But her plans include a claw foot bath and I just can't see how to include that in the back of a 1960 ID. Although a friend of ours does call the CX "the waterbed car" due to the fabulous ride.! I may try to raise the prospect of a new "hobby for hubby" tonight if the conditions are right... A CX and an ID would be a great "set" I reckon.
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    Spatially speaking...I once had to do a big resto work away from home .. included taking living gear, etc, to the site for a two month stint.

    I pulled all of the back seats out of the D and crammed it full of stuff. Maybe I even took out the passenger seat.
    Surprisingly spacious.

    I'm in the middle of more building work, and the C5 HDI wagon ... with roof racks... has seen some surprising loads transported.

    The old C5 was used to tow a horse float (with horse) for many years.

    I guess there's a few ways to turn a Citroen into a bathroom.
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    Once upon a time:


    Many R4s (incl. fourgonnette), R5LS, R16TS.


    GS 1015, 1220, sedans and wagons.
    CX 2200, 2400.
    ID 1966, 1969, DS21H, DSpecial, DS23 Pallas.
    C5 2002, 2004 petrol and diesel.
    D Special 1974
    Xantia Activa 1998 (look out Gulargambone)
    GS 5 speed sedan (what a tale)
    1986 2CV6
    CX25GTi 1985 auto
    CX2500 IE Pallas 1985 auto
    DS23EFI 1975 Pallas

    And now:

    C5 2.2 HDI 2005 wagon
    DS23 1973 Pallas

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