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    Default damaged BX at Pickles

    I know this one has been discussed before, but now there is a picture, albeit pretty useless.

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    http://www.pickles.com.au/servlet/Au...m_id=250093254

    Has anyone looked at this car, what's actually wrong with it?

    Barry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barryg
    I know this one has been discussed before, but now there is a picture, albeit pretty useless.

    http://www.pickles.com.au/servlet/Au...m_id=250093254

    Has anyone looked at this car, what's actually wrong with it?

    Barry.
    That's a 16valver,

    I wouldn't mind getting my hands on a bent 16valver, 'cos I'd just use my old BX19tri's as a parts car to fix it !

    seeya,
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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleChevron
    That's a 16valver,

    I wouldn't mind getting my hands on a bent 16valver, 'cos I'd just use my old BX19tri's as a parts car to fix it !

    seeya,
    Shane L.
    Which parts though?
    Looking at that big stain on the bonnet & judging on the way they've photographed it in the dark, my bet is that it's possibly "floated down the Yarra"


    Alan S




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