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    Fellow Frogger! Andy N's Avatar
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    Default this is why rust protection is a good thing!

    Have a look at this beautiful CX Familiale...or is it a break.
    It's kinda strange but I feel proud that a CX is a feature of a website that is probably set up to ridicule hotted up ricers! I suppose the Brits can't help themselves and have to bag out on French cars.
    Have a look it's pure gold! http://www.topgear.com/content/timet...ge/pages/0179/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy N
    Have a look at this beautiful CX Familiale...or is it a break.
    It's kinda strange but I feel proud that a CX is a feature of a website that is probably set up to ridicule hotted up ricers! I suppose the Brits can't help themselves and have to bag out on French cars.
    Have a look it's pure gold! http://www.topgear.com/content/timet...ge/pages/0179/
    Fabulous! Thanks for the link. There's a good CX further into that chamber of horrors. I vote for the Trabant myself.

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    Even they think the CX is a bit cool... pity the same can't be said about this BX

    http://www.topgear.com/content/timet...ge/pages/0282/



    An how the hell do they know this is a BX?

    http://www.topgear.com/content/timet...ge/pages/0214/
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    I didn't have a look at the other cars before and it's just a hillarious collection.
    There has to be something there for everybody, makes us Aussies look really conservative. Those BX's are really bad, but that white CX is almost too cool for school. There's some bizarre CX variants that would fit in there nicely.
    Go on have a look, you'll definantly have a few laughs.

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    Its a barn find from the deceased estate of an ex salt miner, this CX is a prime example of the very fashionable faux-rat look. Sure to stand out from the crowd, not to mention much respect in traffic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tlampre
    Even they think the CX is a bit cool... pity the same can't be said about this BX

    http://www.topgear.com/content/timet...ge/pages/0282/



    An how the hell do they know this is a BX?

    http://www.topgear.com/content/timet...ge/pages/0214/
    Dear oh dear, you missed the Citroen AMI estate on the same page, which someone has de-faced with a mercedes front grille, yuech!!
    http://www.topgear.com/content/timet...ge/pages/0280/

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    Dear oh dear not a good look for the DS replacement...

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