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    Icon10 One of your paint jobs Shane??

    Seen this??

    If on dial up, go make a cuppa!!

    http://cgi.ebay.com.au/CITROEN-CX-24...QQcmdZViewItem

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    Its the never ending CX stoorrryyyyy la la laaaa la la laaaa la la laaaa
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    Woah! Get a load of those door trims!

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    That is a nice looking car!! Wouldn't mind it myself.....john s
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    What a shame he changed it from a c-matic to a manual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSvensson
    Its the never ending CX stoorrryyyyy la la laaaa la la laaaa la la laaaa
    Limahl or to use his real name Chris hamill is still around believe it or not!!
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    Actually it's quite a nice car, with a decent coat of paint (for a CX).... Most are faded back to nothing ....

    I'm certainly not saying it's worth the asking price from a few photos though. The 5spder does make them much nicer to drive. You don't have the synchro issue of the 4spders. And there much higher geared than the C-matics (which is nice).

    How amazing it it to now hear people say "Pitty it was changed from a C-matic). I've only started hearing that in the last couple of years. Prior to then it was always a real negative to any prospective buyers to find it being a C-matic.

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    I wonder how difficult it would be to make up a C-matic box, based on 1st, 3rd, and 5th gear of a cx turbo? If the C-matic box is the same as the 4 speed but with 1st missing, there must be a way of doing it surely.....
    OK, all jump up and down now, and tell me I'm talking horse$**t...
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