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    Hi All

    I have just put up a heap of pics from Cit In 2004 Canberra. They are at

    http://www.citroencarclub.org.au/eve.../citin2004.htm

    Shane also has a heap at:

    http://www.aussiefrogs.com/~deesse/citin04/




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    Nice pics guys. It looked like a good turnout. When is the Citin going to be hosted in WA?

    Troy.

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    How about 2005? Yes, ACE is hosting Cit In for Easter 2005. Keep an eye on

    http://citroen.aceonline.com.au/
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    Quote Originally Posted by UFO
    How about 2005? Yes, ACE is hosting Cit In for Easter 2005. Keep an eye on

    http://citroen.aceonline.com.au/
    Excellent stuff!! I will keep my eyes peeled.

    Troy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TroyO
    Excellent stuff!! I will keep my eyes peeled.

    Troy.
    Better still, join ACE and get involved. They are a very keen bunch of Citroenista
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    nice pics... looks like it was a good event. still not as ood as the one QLD hosted... j/k's

    also is it jsut me, or do most 2CV's look like they have been painted in house paint?

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    It was a good day I had fun.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xsara
    also is it jsut me, or do most 2CV's look like they have been painted in house paint?
    Nah ... There all painted with with paint brushes and probably killrust so they'll last a little longer
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    Quote Originally Posted by danielsydney
    It was a good day I had fun.......
    Where were you daniel I didn't see a C3 anywhere

    We could have taken you for a drive in some **real** Citroens so you can see what people rave about

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleChevron
    Where were you daniel I didn't see a C3 anywhere

    We could have taken you for a drive in some **real** Citroens so you can see what people rave about
    Was this Daniels car?

    Daniels Car?



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    Yes it is.
    Parked next to the C35....

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    Oh gee's,

    I took that photo ....

    C3's don't interest me hugely so I must have looked straight at it an not **seen** it

    I did see all the DS's, CX's, GS's, 2cv's, C35s, Accadianes etc, etc...

    Infact Mort didn't appear to have a cross or coffin in the back this time ... That's how much I noticed them

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    '92 Range Rover Classic ... 5spd manual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleChevron
    .... Mort didn't appear to have a cross or coffin in the back this time ... That's how much I noticed them
    seeya, Shane L.
    'We' were 'flying' light that trip. We collected something that provides a level of 'slumber' and was made of wood on the return trip to Sydney.
    Thanks too to those picture takers for the pics of 'Eloise' (my mortuary box) and 'Dear Prudence' - it just proves that Mort was walking the earth that day - twice.

    PS: I cant help it, as much as I feel it is wrong , I think C3's are cute - but better in BLACK.
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    The black Safari in image IMG0862 & 0863 looks great. Don't know whether it's the white wall tyres against the black coachwork, but the rear guard & wheel combo doesn't seem to look as ungainly as it often does...
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