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grandC4picasso RHB, [email protected] , EGS6Sp, B58, MY 2012-2013 (?)

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    fnqvmuch liked post by Bruce H On thread : In a Citroen buying mood?
    Read my signature lines and you'll note I have a foot in both camps here - a DS3 daily drive and a GS I've owned since 1983 - so I think my opinion is perhaps already moderated :). I understand...
    Liked On: 11th November 2017, 10:04 AM
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    fnqvmuch liked post by JohnW On thread : WTF Happened?
    Thanks for all the work getting it up and running it generally. Hugely appreciated by a lot of us. Best wishes,
    Liked On: 19th September 2017, 02:17 PM
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    fnqvmuch liked post by WLB On thread : Goddess vs Rover P6: discuss
    That's not entirely correct. As part of the purchase deal with GM, Rover got Buick's head of engine design on secondment for 18 months. That's definitely not a rumour. (He was 18 months away from...
    Liked On: 20th August 2017, 11:42 AM
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    fnqvmuch liked post by GreenBlood On thread : AF Stickers
    After a post by pugbaz in the Peugeot forum there has been renewed interest in our 'Froggy Stickers' Rather than reply to individual PMs I'll update here. . . Posted today TASSIEDEV Tassie Jim...
    Liked On: 15th August 2017, 09:16 PM
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    fnqvmuch liked post by reanasaint On thread : ID19 history-- the french connection
    hello there, I am Gaston's Granddaughter if you have any questions I am happy to try and find out some information for you. Pa died in 2007 but Nan is still alive and knows a lot about the cars.
    Liked On: 1st August 2017, 10:52 AM
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    fnqvmuch liked post by Dano On thread : Various 203 Manuals - Digital Format
    Finally got around to scanning the following manuals into a file (Many hours of work). 98616 240 pages 98617 Printed in 1949 9861898623 98622 If you would like a copy at a very...
    Liked On: 28th July 2017, 01:08 AM
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    fnqvmuch liked post by SteveSal On thread : 403 Hot Cam info
    I have measured up a few of the hot cams I have from the late Ken Bridon's stockpile and they are wide ranging. I recall someone was interested in this info but can't find the post, so forgive me...
    Liked On: 23rd July 2017, 07:08 PM
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    fnqvmuch liked post by graham66 On thread : Love old citroens but hesitant about owning a GS?
    Don't be! Just completed a round trip to Tennant Creek, Northern Territory without a hitch. 982039820498164981699817298180981829818898190 New Continental 145/15 tyres provided noticeable...
    Liked On: 20th July 2017, 11:26 PM
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    fnqvmuch liked post by lamoor On thread : GS Pallas
    more work progressing quietly, front elements fixed and as by brother is taking a break these may be the last photos for about 4 months. the car will be wrapped in plastic for the time being. however...
    Liked On: 9th July 2017, 07:44 PM
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    fnqvmuch liked post by MelanieYlang On thread : Daphne: 1974 D Spťcial purchased October 2016
    Just dropped Daphne off at her roadworthy exam, please cross your fingers for us, it has seemed to be an epic journey! Sent from my D6503 using aussiefrogs mobile app...
    Liked On: 19th June 2017, 10:48 AM
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    fnqvmuch liked post by harrisson_citroen On thread : My new purchase. 1974 Citroen D Special
    Well, well, well..... Here we go again. If it can help enlighten some once more, I'd like to offer the fact that first it is not called a D Special, it is actually a DSpecial, as Citroen...
    Liked On: 18th June 2017, 12:24 PM
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    fnqvmuch liked post by garyk On thread : picasso on short list
    Nope, the GS was a great highway car (once up to speed) as well as the twisty bits. It was only "off the mark" that needed an hourglass to time. :rolleyes:
    Liked On: 18th April 2017, 11:33 PM
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    fnqvmuch liked post by David S On thread : picasso on short list
    Jo, the original Grand Picasso sold here came mostly as the DW10B engine (RHR in VIN) and AM6 auto, which is entirely adequate for what the car is intended to be. It has a particle filter, so you...
    Liked On: 16th April 2017, 08:28 PM
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    fnqvmuch liked post by citroenthusiast On thread : Long Stroke full flow oil filter
    On the road again after a 17-year slumber, 1961 DS19, now with full flow oil filter, air conditioning (well the compressor is installed at least) and LHM conversion. 9513395134 Photographed...
    Liked On: 4th April 2017, 11:38 AM
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    fnqvmuch liked post by seasink On thread : Delage
    Delage Type-S: The 103-year-old grand prix car saved by a 3D printer - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)...
    Liked On: 28th March 2017, 09:31 AM
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