Is a series 1 and 2 Xantia Wagons bumpers the same
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    Default Is a series 1 and 2 Xantia Wagons bumpers the same

    Seems they are, just want to check with the boffins.

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    If they are Im in luck
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    I think the S1 wagon had a single style of rear bumper, which was basically black plastic. The same part number carried over to some S2 wagons, but there are two other possible bars that probably differ only in being painted, depending on the specification of the car. The mouldings have a different part number from S1 to S2, but the rest seems the same. So, I expect it would fit as the mountings seem the same, but it's probably easiest to just compare your car to what's on offer.

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    cheers David, again
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stuart Dammery View Post
    Seems they are, just want to check with the boffins.

    If they are Im in luck
    There is a first time for everything!! You'd not predict it.
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    If your usedy is a bit faded / grey, Forever Black is worth a go. Just make sure you mask off the white paint and 'chrome' strips, wear gloves and use a rag instead of the silly applicator. A really faded bar would need to be gone over a few times with light coverage to get an even colour, but it will last well unlike many other products that wash off in the rain.

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