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    Fellow Frogger! Paul Smith's Avatar
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    Citroen GS bits - FREE

    I am presently wrecking a GS 1220 wagon and will use the gearbox and wheels/tyres for my car, plus one driveshaft - all the rest is going to the tip if not wanted - so it is available for FREE!

    The engine was running, but not well - the belts were replaced about 6 months ago, but the tensioner bearing failed, so damaging a valve or valves on one side - other wise it seemed OK. The body is moderately rusty (ex UK), but not terminal, and the passenger side doors are both accident damaged.

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    If anyone wants any bits drop me a line or call me on (02) 9550 6987. The parts are at Penrith, but smaller bits can be moved to my place at Camperdown easily.

    Paul Smith
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    1974 DS23 EFI BW Auto
    1974 G Special 1220


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    Real cars have hydraulics DoubleChevron's Avatar
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    Hi Paul,

    do they include delivery?? :p :p :p :p

    seeya,
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    Hi Paul,
    I think dad is chasing a heater box & an alternator but I'll find out for sure.
    Have you sighted these items BTW?

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    Hi gibgib,

    Yes - I assume you mean the plastic heater duct that you have to take out to get at anything? - That is certainly available, and the alternator is there - is there a regulator on GS's too? Let me know, as I will be at Penrith tomorrow.

    Paul
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    1974 DS23 EFI BW Auto
    1974 G Special 1220


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    Local Tyrant gibgib's Avatar
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    I've called dad & left a message hoping he will call back this evening.
    I'll email you direct.
    Yep, that black box
    The regulator is separate on some models so yeah that may be required if possible too.

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