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    You'd probably appreciate The Trumpet Volunteer ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by David S View Post
    You'd probably appreciate The Trumpet Volunteer ...
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    Well I guess we are well and truly off track now! Perhaps derailed even? Enough chain pulling and back to Citroen on Ebay!
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    This one has probably been seen before as it looks like it has been advertised for a while, but I'm interested in the significance of the dual headlights.? All others I have seen have one headlight glass a la CX..??

    https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/alex...977/1190705237
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    Quote Originally Posted by CXVingtCinq View Post
    This one has probably been seen before as it looks like it has been advertised for a while, but I'm interested in the significance of the dual headlights.? All others I have seen have one headlight glass a la CX..??

    https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/alex...977/1190705237
    the dual headlights only came out on the Pallas version...not on club...I had a pallas and couldnt wait to get rid of the horrible quad lights...a bit like the pug 504
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    and it looks like one of the George Hamada collection....all of his cars sold off for peanuts...now hitting the market again
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    Quote Originally Posted by dogboy View Post
    the dual headlights only came out on the Pallas version...not on club...I had a pallas and couldnt wait to get rid of the horrible quad lights...a bit like the pug 504
    Perhaps an attempt at the US market, in which there was little success?
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    Yeah, I must say I don't like the look of them. I thought of the US market aspect also, but it is a RHD. I suppose you could remove them and downgrade to Club lights to improve the aesthetics.. They certainly spoil the overall effect I think. The hot pink colour is a bit confronting also.
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    AKA “Morette” as an accessory in Europe but they seemed very common in Victoria in the day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleChevron View Post
    Someone has spent a "little" time restoring that one ... That is what you call a restoration. Right down to the wheel nuts.
    The car is now sold, how do i know?, it was mine.
    Will have the last of my parts and service tools for sale here shortly.

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    Congratulations - hope you got a just reward for all the labour. Shame that the writer of the blurb on Carsales consistently calls it a lemon (Citron)!

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    Hi Alec we are the lucky ones being able to see what Citroens are all about so keep it to ourselves, dont want to be taken over by the other lot.

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    Listing expired ...

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    Saleri water pumps listed for early CX2200.
    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/264087383940
    A fairly obscure listing and they have 2 at approx. $100 each.
    I can't think why these might not suit a 2400. Possibly the pulley?

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    Quote Originally Posted by David S View Post
    Saleri water pumps listed for early CX2200.
    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/264087383940
    A fairly obscure listing and they have 2 at approx. $100 each.
    I can't think why these might not suit a 2400. Possibly the pulley?
    I used to have a couple of them around somewhere. No-one wants them. They only have single "V" belt drive and no A/C. I have never even seen a picture of a CX with a single 'V' belt. Serpentine belt, twin belts, but never the single 'V' belt of those water pumps.

    I did destroy one of the pumps trying to fit a usable pulley to it. The entire alloy body shattered well before I could apply enough pressure to push the pulley of the shaft Infact I destroyed and buckled the pulley, absolutely shattered the alloy housing and didn't budge that pulley even one tiny little millimeter.

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    So, that offer then consists of two expensive model boat anchors!

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    I do know that it was painted pink because that is what the daughter wanted at the time. I got used to the 4 headlight model after owning a GS Pallas for 10 years. It did have the advantage of putting 220 watts of QI light out there on high beam instead of 110 watts with the standard lights. All the Pallas versions that came into Aust had these lights as the 'Grand Exportation' model.

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    Yeah, I must say I don't like the look of them. I thought of the US market aspect also, but it is a RHD. I suppose you could remove them and downgrade to Club lights to improve the aesthetics.. They certainly spoil the overall effect I think. The hot pink colour is a bit confronting also.

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    For anyone unaware of Bobbitt's excellent 1991 book "The British Citroen", consider this copy:
    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/283301207097
    The jacket marks easily, so most you will see do look worn.

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    Thanks David. I jumped in.....
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    My conservative estimate is $1500 for parts yield. Maybe I'm showing my age.
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    Maybe you are showing experience you mean..

    Looks like a hell of a lot of work to bring it back from the dead. Probably been sitting there out in the open for too long. Mechanical parts could be salvageable but most of the body looks shot to bits with rust, so underneath will be the same. Pity...
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    Early C5 towbar harness from Kings in Ballarat. $161.
    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/222272429031
    Part# 942832 doesn't show in the parts catalogue. I believe it superseded to 942832, which is also absent from the catalogue. However, I do know 942832 was fitted to some early C5s as part of the towbar installation, so it might suit pre-facelift C5.

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    1974 D Special on eBay in Brisbane - Nothing to do with me. It is at a Motor Auction house by the look of things.

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/1974-CIT...cAAOSwO-hcQWHl
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    The same seller has another one for sale, this one will neeb a buff - https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/1974-CIT...YAAOSwZRVcQWUB
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    Quote Originally Posted by FIVEDOOR View Post
    The same seller has another one for sale, this one will neeb a buff - https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/1974-CIT...YAAOSwZRVcQWUB
    The first one needs "a buff". The second one needs open heart surgery.!
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