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    Ever increasing fleet

    I am wondering if it's just me or have I lost my mind ?

    Our family fleet seems to be growing all the time LOL.....I am worried

    it's now upto:

    405 Mi16....Mine
    505 GTI....Mine/Dad's
    504 LTI....Sisters
    604......Mine
    505 GR....Mine
    504 GL.....Mine

    and Mum has the black sheep....a damn CommonDore

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    I think I have some kinda bug.........

    LOL

    Ben
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    1990 Peugeot 505 GTD Turbo Wagon
    2000 Peugeot 306 XSI
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    Ben yours is a bit of a worry given you seem to own MOST of the fleet BUT at least they're all french.

    Me: 306 (and for the last month I technically 'owned' a Renault Scenic dCi in europe)
    Dad: Cit XM
    Mum: 504
    Sister: Renault Clio
    Dad: Falcon Ute (traitor, but it serves its purpose!)

    Derek.

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    This could be a start of a good new topic....anyone care to list there cars ???

    Ben
    1989 Peugeot 405 Mi16
    1990 Peugeot 505 GTD Turbo Wagon
    2000 Peugeot 306 XSI
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    Between my father-in-law and myself we have a 404, 504 Ti, 505 GTi and a 405 SRDT

    Andrew
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    Well they're not Pugs, but they are mostly Froggy.

    I have a BX 16V series two, a CX C-matic, a 4 speed CX under restoration, a 2.5 CX Gti imported as a donor car for another a wrecked CX that used to belong to my father - in - law and a [email protected]&d Spooftron.
    My #1 son gas a series one BX 16 valve and a CX (with guts out of 2.5 GTi) that's just been totalled in a prang.
    My #2 son owns an ex concourse CX 2200 that we are restoring, a CX 2400 non complianced import as a donor car and a Masturbasty Lancer (Yes Craig, he has been wiped out of the will) mallet
    #3 son has a BX TZI with 95K klms on the clock.

    We live on acreage and have stopped buying cars at the moment while we wait for some more trees to grow - so we've got somewhere to park 'em dance

    Alan S
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    Something up in our family along those lines...Me 205 Gti , Sister 306 XT, Sister Renault 12, Mum 306 XT, Grandmother 306 XT, Cousin 504 GL, Cousin 306 XR, Her mum 505 GL....she has rambo arms (no power steering!!)
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    Only two frogs in my family

    DAD: Audi TT Quattro
    MUM: CLK 200 Coupe
    BROTHER: Commodore
    BROTHER: BMW 318s(motorsport edition) E36
    BROTHER: PUG 206gti
    ME: Citroen Xsara VTR Coupe

    Not so many french but lost of Euro

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    Well don't I feel out done!!!

    Me: Pug 505 STi approve
    Mum: 306 XT
    Dad: 306 XSi
    Brother: 106 GTi head_ban

    Have almost got my better half to buy an '87 505 GTi today. She really wants a 504 or an (dare I say it)a turbo EXA eek! . I can only pray.

    Jono wink

    PS my parents owned 8 SAAB's in a row before the 306's, so I dare say its a step in the right direction.

    EDIT: Forgot my Brother.......hehe

    <small>[ 08 August 2002, 12:57 AM: Message edited by: crosspug ]</small>
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    "Resting" 1983 505 STi

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    Well my family's a little more diverse... although I am trying to convert my sister to a new 307 as a larger car for when her family expands.

    Me - 306 GTi-6
    Dad - Porsche 993 Targa
    Mum - Ford Escape V6
    Sister - Golf CL piece of shite (has anyone felt the brakes on those? DODGY!)

    Previously, my brother and I were hell-bent on souped up air-cooled VWs (outran dad's Targa in mine! )

    Mum loves my car, if only there was an AWD V6 one so we could tow the boat on beaches etc. Maybe a trick 504 Dangel would do the job.

    Cheers,
    Adrian

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    Can anyone top this?
    My mate lyndon and I are restoring a peugeot 203, so at my place there is a 203 , 404 , 505sti , 505 gr and at lyns' 3 x 604 (2 not going),3 X 504 (all not going) ,a 505 sti, 505sr, 505 gr,and his other daughter drives a 504, thats a total of ...
    14. good luck pete.

    I am gunna get another 403 on the road........one day

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    In my family:

    Peugeot 405 MI16
    Subaru WRX STI
    Jaguar XJS
    Mazda MX5
    2 Mini Cooper S
    Mini K

    Oh and my Mum drives a Holden Astra. I'm working on fixing this situation.
    1995 Mazda MX5 - 2F Race Car
    1990 Mercedes 300TE
    1990 Mercedes 230E
    1977 Jaguar XJS V12
    1971 Morris Mini 1100K
    1967 Porsche 911S
    1957 Porsche 356A Speedster Replica

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    Xsara:
    Only two frogs in my family

    DAD: Audi TT Quattro
    MUM: CLK 200 Coupe
    BROTHER: Commodore
    BROTHER: BMW 318s(motorsport edition) E36
    BROTHER: PUG 206gti
    ME: Citroen Xsara VTR Coupe

    Not so many french but lost of Euro
    Very nice garage!! tongue pity about the commodore

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    Well, time to fess up....
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    1996 Jaguar XJR X300
    1991 Honda VT250 Spada
    1992 Peugeot 405 S (R.I.P. 31/07/2005)

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    ME: 306 S16
    Dad: BMW 318is
    Mum: Mazda Astina SP20

    Mum likes to think her car has the most power (98kw) but it has a slush box.

    NTRX:-whats the 996 like? Have you driven it?

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    1994 MX5 Clubman...are you sure it's not French?

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    hmm, well at my house at the moment we only have:
    Mum: 1994 Magna SE V6 (nice engine, thats about it)

    Me/Dad: my 505 GR

    However, close family (who live about 10min away) have:
    MY2002 BMW M3 with SMGII
    Subaru Outback 5spd
    Subaru WRX (MY97)

    Hate the WRX, the Outback is a bit of fun, and the M3 is the most awesome thing I've ever been in. This one has the optional 19" alloys...
    Nick
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    "All of its cars from the 1.1 litre 205 through the ugly duckling 309 to the 2.2 litre 505 GTi had a rightness and a righteousness about them that turned every humdrum drive into a journey. Someone, I once wrote, in the bowels of Peugeot understands handling and how a chassis should feel." - Jeremy Clarkson

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    We're a 100% Peugeot household......

    My '99 306GTI and '91 205GTI 1.6; and my wife's '90 405GR 1.9

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    Pugsly:
    Xsara:
    Only two frogs in my family

    DAD: Audi TT Quattro
    MUM: CLK 200 Coupe
    BROTHER: Commodore
    BROTHER: BMW 318s(motorsport edition) E36
    BROTHER: PUG 206gti
    ME: Citroen Xsara VTR Coupe

    Not so many french but lost of Euro
    Very nice garage!! tongue pity about the commodore
    Its ok, the commodore is a company car.... i should have stated that earlier, ooooops

    But thanks for the compliments. It is a pleasure driving any of em!

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    within our family,cousins, grandparents etc..we have the following,

    4 205 GTi's - 3 series 1, 1 series 2
    1 404 ute
    3 206's - 2 GTi's, 1 xr
    1 306xt
    1 405 Mi16
    1 Fuego

    11 french cars not too bad....
    05' Megane 225 Cup

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    this is going to be hard trying to remember them all
    this household
    1 306gti6
    2 604's
    mum 206 gti
    father 405srdt
    one uncle a few 203's 504,s 403 i think 5-6 cars from last count maybe more
    the other uncle a few 404's approx 3 203's
    jsut can't think of exact numbers lol
    not going to mention my sisters car
    she left the flock and went jappo after her 505 td
    i'm glad we aren't mentioning what we have had over the years and what we have scrapped
    some of the cars we scrapped would make people cry now
    3 x '78 604 SL

    1 x 2018 3008

    1 x 2000 Citroen XM,

    1 x '98 306 GTi6 sadly sold

    1 x secret project

    1 x '98 406 STDT troop carrier and i don't care if it stinks, i don't sniff it's arse Death by wank tank

    1 x '99 406SV 5spd wagon, time to burn more fuel

    1 x 1994 605 SV3.0

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    I am the rebel of my family and drive a Renault 12 wagon, but I am considering a P306 for my next car. My parent's have a P505 diesel, P203 and P403 on the road plus numerous dead, dying or soon to be ressurected P203, P403, P404, P504, P505. My brother has P404 and P505 wagon, a cousin has a P504 and another cousin a P206CC.
    1976 Renault 12 1.4 wagon (Bright yellow)
    1998 Peugeot 306 XSi (white) (past)
    2006 Peugeot 307 XS HDi Touring (dark grey) (past)
    2018 Peugeot 308 HD BlueHDi Touring (Platinum Grey) (current)
    1970s & 80s Peugeot Mixte bicycles
    1970s Peugeot folding bicycle
    1970s & 80s Peugeot Gents bicycles
    Other French bikes (Gitane and Motobecane)

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    I'm the only one in the family with a Frog (or Euro car for that matter):

    Me: 306 GTi6
    Sister: Ford Laser Ghia
    Brother: Honda Accord Si
    Father: Honda Prelude Si & Honda CR-V

    My father used to drive Mercedes (an old 230E(?) he bought himself in Stuttgart and personally imported, later followed by a 450SE sedan when the 230 was written-off in an accident), however he was won over by Honda in the early 90s (modern Japanese efficiency/practicality/reliability) and hasn't looked back since.

    I used to drive an older (late 80s flip up lights) Honda Prelude.. it was a nice comfy luxurious A-B car, but was getting a little old and dodgy.

    My brother has eyes on an R33 Nissan Skyline next, and my sister loves VW Golfs (though she does like my 306 very much )
    Peter
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    Ya just can't believe what some people say can ya!
    Alan S reckons he's not buying any more cars till he finds some trees to park them under, yet on the Citroen "For Sale" site he's asking where someone lives who's selling a CX for $1000. I'd say at a rough guess he shows his missus this site but not the "For sale" site. What do ya reckon?

    Cheers

    Bob

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    Only two frogs in our household, but 4 Euros...

    Me: Mi16
    Brother: 504
    Brother: Alfetta
    Parents: a Swedish car, make not to be mentioned on this site... mallet
    Sister: 121, we're trying to get her into a Clio.

    John
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    1974 Peugeot 504 TI
    - now on the road

    2009 Peugeot 407 HDI wagon - family car

    Previous: 2005 407 HDI manual sedan, 1980 504 GL, 1990 405 Mi16, 1977 504 GL Special, 1984 505 SRD Turbo



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