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    On this forum who has the most , my Wife was wondering ,

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    A better question would be "Who has the most citroens that actually work and drive"

    seeya,
    Shane L.
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    '72 DS21 ie 5spd pallas (last looked at ... about 15years ago)
    '78 GS1220 pallas
    '92 Range Rover Classic ... 5spd manual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleChevron View Post
    A better question would be "Who has the most citroens that actually work and drive"

    seeya,
    Shane L.
    i was about to post that you would have ogne close but now you state actually working ....................
    3 x '78 604 SL

    1 x '98 306 GTi6

    1 x secret project

    1 x '98 406 STDT troop carrier and i don't care if it stinks, i don't sniff it's arse Death by wank tank

    1 x '99 406SV 5spd wagon, time to burn more fuel

    1 x 1994 605 SV3.0


    WTD long range fuel tank for 605

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    a car dealership wins then
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    2000 Xantia Wagon

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    How do you define "work and drive"? Surely all mine work and drive to a some extent, half a meter for example, after few hours of tinkering (or maybe not the one without engine though).
    C5 Touring 2008, CX 2400ie Prestige '81 (with dead gerbox), CX 2400 Pallas C-Matic '80, CX2400 Super Familiale C-Matic '79 (to be scrapped very soon) , CX2400i Familiale 5-spd (to be scrapped), GS 1220 Wagon '78 (next project), ID19 '64
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    not an argument I want to win
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    Maybe the question could be "Who has the Citroen in the most pieces?"

    Silver Bullet must come close to winning judging by this pic of his "restoration project"

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    On Shane's rules I'll give him a run for his money. I have 3. I don't have the space to handle non goers or the neighborhood. When I had a dead GS on the road verge for about 3 weeks while I pinched some bits off it, I got a notice from the council that it had to go. One of the bloody neighbors turned me in. The guy next door was restoring a 52 Chev at the time, making all sorts of noises and smells but because he could close his up he got away with it. I don't think either of us would have won the popularity stakes really in those days.
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    i'll admit to having 5 registred or on club plates and currently driving

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    If the title was have had...

    Well i reckon with citroens i have had around 15 maybe16..

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    With a bit of suitable punctuation we can change Archrival's post to:

    Not an argument ... I WANT to WIN !!!!!!! ...

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    bugger 6 licensed 6 sleeping
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    Does this include the near family!

    Let me see, (all registered except where noted)
    1 x C5 Tourer
    1 x Xantia Activa
    1 x Xantia Wagon
    2 x Xsara 1.6l (for AXGT)
    1 x BX 16Valve (Black belong Frog - about to be registered)
    1 x BX TZI
    1 x BX TRI 16 Valve (was Daves)
    1 x BX 19GT (now unreg but mobile - hi compression engine would be a good 205 transplant)
    1 x BX TRI 122 (almost wrecked)
    1 x CX Wagon (on club plates)

    That makes 8 registered and 3 unregistered. Do I win the QLD hobby family stakes?

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg C View Post
    On Shane's rules I'll give him a run for his money. I have 3. I don't have the space to handle non goers or the neighborhood. When I had a dead GS on the road verge for about 3 weeks while I pinched some bits off it, I got a notice from the council that it had to go. One of the bloody neighbors turned me in. The guy next door was restoring a 52 Chev at the time, making all sorts of noises and smells but because he could close his up he got away with it. I don't think either of us would have won the popularity stakes really in those days.
    Greg
    Three, all running, registered and used. No others.........

    You could also look at ratios of running to non-running, for which I have an infinite number.

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    Surely Buttercup Bob would be the winner…?
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    As a family we have been through about 15 DSs/IDs, at the moment 2x ID19, 2x DS23(one carb one EFI) and 1x DSuper(parts car) It all started with my father so its clearly a genetic "disease"!!

    Cheers.
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    three is plenty - all running is even better.
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    ...at the moment I have a total of four Citroens -
    Visa 652cc Special
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    Series 1 Xantia Activa (with rare leather interior)
    Series 1 XM 3.0 V6

    ...my dad has got quite a few Citroen's though <points to signature> \/
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    I'm only moderately afflicted. I have just two in running order.
    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boyracer View Post
    I'm only moderately afflicted. I have just two in running order.
    and we all though the picture at the bottom of your posts was your private collection in the car park.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Techbuy View Post
    and we all though the picture at the bottom of your posts was your private collection in the car park.

    Ssshhh! That's my very private stash.
    Cheers,
    Michael

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    Quote Originally Posted by UFO View Post
    three is plenty - all running is even better.
    ditto
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    Quote Originally Posted by SilverBullet View Post
    As a family we have been through about 15 DSs/IDs, at the moment 2x ID19, 2x DS23(one carb one EFI) and 1x DSuper(parts car) It all started with my father so its clearly a genetic "disease"!!

    Cheers.
    Ed
    I have been through nine Tractions, three Ds, a CX and a GS.
    I still have two tractions, the CX and the GS. Only the Light 15 is going; on CH plates. The GS works but is awaiting a small roof repair and paint. The CX is nearly there and the 11 BL is a long way off needing paint brakes chrome and upholstery.
    Cheers Gerry

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