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    Default WTB: Citroen XM interior parts

    Just posting on the off chance that someone might be wrecking an XM. I'm really just after a bunch of interior stuff. Too soon?

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    Find Double Chevron here he has a spare
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    Great! Thanks for this Stuart!
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    No idea ... Is it a Series I or Series II ?? I imagine most of the parts everyone want are already spoken for ..... or pre-damaged/sun destroyed already

    I can't help but think for interior parts (plastic bits) you would be better off trying on the XM forum where people in the UK hang out .... You see the sun has never come out from behind the clouds over there ... so the interiors are still intact

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    Fair enough. It's a series one. Probably just needs a few things like a parcel shelf that's still black, a front armrest that's un-cracked, the plastic over the led display on the dash, gearstick boot cover (manual), lock buttons, etc. Sounds a bit fussy, but it's the difference between the car looking good, and excellent I guess. It's been kept out of the sun mostly. I'll give the uk forums a go.
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    Hang on ... You have an XM with a proper manual gearbox ... How did that happen

    I think those parts are already broken, however I'd still need to get the ok from others that have requested parts first. This is much like having 1dozen CX parts cars ..... Everyone wants the same parts .... which are no good on every single one of the parts cars

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    Quote Originally Posted by dalziel View Post
    Fair enough. It's a series one. Probably just needs a few things like a parcel shelf that's still black, a front armrest that's un-cracked, the plastic over the led display on the dash, gearstick boot cover (manual), lock buttons, etc. Sounds a bit fussy, but it's the difference between the car looking good, and excellent I guess. It's been kept out of the sun mostly. I'll give the uk forums a go.
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    Was your XM parked outside the grounds at the FCD on Sunday - silver with perhaps late model mag wheels?

    Good to see you're still around, say hi to dad haven't seen him for ages

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    Quote Originally Posted by dalziel View Post
    Fair enough. It's a series one. Probably just needs a few things like a parcel shelf that's still black, a front armrest that's un-cracked, the plastic over the led display on the dash, gearstick boot cover (manual), lock buttons, etc. Sounds a bit fussy, but it's the difference between the car looking good, and excellent I guess. It's been kept out of the sun mostly. I'll give the uk forums a go.
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    Lock buttons are probably most easily found as new parts via a dealer, but make sure you get the retaining insert with them. If the insert is the only part broken, then that's available separately.

    You could also try Martin Bray. Postage ex-UK will be the killer, although the parts would not be expensive there.

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    Thanks all.

    Yeah, it's a manual 4cyl turbo. Thought it might have been a Brit import, but haven't looked into that properly. Just bought the car from my brother.

    That was me Chris. Dad would have been around on Sunday. He was down south though with another car meet. Will say hi.

    Thanks for the tip David.

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    Did they make the CT turbos in Series I ?? Does it's dash look like a Xantia dash? Or is a single spoke wheel with no air-bag

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    Hey Shane,

    Yep, it's a series 1. The dash looks like this one, so with the two spoke wheel with stereo control etc. and no airbag, but RHD, and manual.



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    I suppose this thread has been asleep for a long time but I thought it better than starting a new one. a mate drove my '93 XM back from Brisbane and said it drove and rode beautifully, but a passing truck sent a rock through the driver's side rear quarter window, the one on the rear door. Does anyone have a replacement I can procure? I just discovered that it is for this same car!
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    There was a series 1 manual NA petrol at cooper st wreckers (epping) a while it sat out the front for about 2 years. I don't know if its still there, it was complete but looked its age. They wanted stupid money for it as a complete car but it might still be there. I have an xm that I will probably end up wrecking (series 2 CT auto) but being a series 2 may not be able to help you much with any I that stuff.


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    Oops. That one at cooper st was a manual 2l.


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    You can have the one on my parts car but you will have to come to Warrnambool yourself and remove it.

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    It's bonded in, so you have to cut it out of the door.
    Removing the plastic door glass surround is something you need to do with great care as it will now be very brittle.

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    Thanks for the offer Roger, and yours is probably closer to me Angru. I can come and get it in a few months when home, and I doubt there is any difference between series I & II for these windows, but someone may correct me? If you can part with it I will contact you closer to when I will be home?

    David, thanks for the advice, and I will be as careful as I can.
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    Yes. That sounds good. I'm not ready to start pulling that car apart yet anyway, so let me know when you need it.


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