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    Default WTB : citroen id trim

    Hoping someone might have a rubber cantrail trim for my id......

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    Andy

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    also need two b- pillar parking lenses

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    ...... and crossbar that joins front guards sits under spare wheel- cheers

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    .....and what year model is this ID car?
    .....and is this an Australian built car or a French built car?
    .....do you have accessible contact details you'd like to share?
    .....are you hoping these parts might be provided free or are you willing to pay?

    Sorry andyk, these details are necessary for anyone to help you effectively.
    Not sure I have anything to offer, your ID (reading between the lines) is probably quite early.
    Please don't take offence, I am trying to help others, help you.


    cheers

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    1960 australian built id 19
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    free would be great but willing to pay

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    Last edited by andyk; 26th January 2013 at 09:00 PM.

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    Have a look at Der Franzose in Germany as they do make a lot of reproduction parts at reasonable prices or try Darrin Brownhill at Citroen Classics in the UK.

    You might be a little hard-pressed at being able to find these pieces locally.

    Best of luck in your pursuits.

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    Thanks for that Donat- i'll check out Der Franzose and get back to you with the chassis number

    cheers

    Andy

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    Default id parts

    The B pillar lights are very hard to find, they were only fitted to the very early cars, and the b pillar trims had cut outs for them

    i should have an alloy cross peice i will take a look in the shed

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    a cross piece would be great Peter thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by andyk View Post
    1960 australian built id 19
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    free would be great but willing to pay

    thanks
    Hi Andy your car is actually a french built id19 1960 maybe earlier, french dash, french indicator lights on B piller, fibre glass roof and etc etc

    There is someone on this forum that has done a restoration on the same spec and model as your car, he is in camberra I think? you should ask crag K aka UFO see if he might have leads on bits even see how close in serial model is to yours

    again good luck
    Dan

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    Quote Originally Posted by petermelb View Post
    The B pillar lights are very hard to find, they were only fitted to the very early cars, and the b pillar trims had cut outs for them

    i should have an alloy cross peice i will take a look in the shed
    There is a set of NOS of B pillar trim (with cutouts) and as a separate auction NOS lights on ebay at the moment - serious $$$$ though.

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    Hi Dan

    resto going well...... does have an aluminium roof

    cheers

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    thanks Chris i'll take a look

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