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    Default My 1975' CitroŽn Dyane 6

    Hello! I'm Alejandro, from Spain, and I'm a young classic lover. In fact I have some classics, such as this Dyane, a Renault 12 TL from 1971 and a Seat 124 D LS from 1978.
    Well, this is the car I've recently adquired. It's a CitroŽn Dyane 6 from 1975, bought new by my uncle. It has 22.000 real Kilometers (About 13.500 miles) and the interior is awesomely conserved. However, as you can see, the exterior is in bad condition (Because It has had a rural life) Also, chasis was slightly bent (And it had some cracks)
    In terms of engine, it works amazingly, and it started at first attempt AFTER 22 YEARS STOPPED!!!!!!
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    -In the place It was stopped for 22 years




    -On the street:








    START AFTER 22 YEARS (I'm sorry about the quality, but I had problems with the original one)
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    -Next to my other Restorarion project, a 1971 Renault 12 TL:



    Clean engine:



    On the trailer, ready to be carried to the workshop :




    At the paint workshop:





    At the mechanical workshop








    I love seeing my dyane next to other classics such as: Some Barreiros tractors, a Talbot Horizon, a Simca 1200 GLS, a Nissan 200sx, a Renault 6 GTL, a Seat 124 D LS, a Renault 18 and a Triumph Spitfire




















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    Looks like a great project. Suspect a few more than 22000 Kms though. Good luck getting it finished. Will be great

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    yes, best wishes with your project, Alejandro, and thanks for the photos.
    a friend of mine had a Fiat 124 for many years, a terrific little car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterMol View Post
    Looks like a great project. Suspect a few more than 22000 Kms though. Good luck getting it finished. Will be great
    It's been confirmed it has 22.150 kilometers

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    Quote Originally Posted by lozenge View Post
    yes, best wishes with your project, Alejandro, and thanks for the photos.
    a friend of mine had a Fiat 124 for many years, a terrific little car.
    Thanks! Here you have some photos of my Seat 124:










































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    wow! thanks for the photos, it's in very good shape, a lovely car.

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    Improvement on the Fiat, i think.
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    I noticed a couple of Renault 6’s. Excellent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by David M View Post
    I noticed a couple of Renault 6ís. Excellent!
    Yeah! Renault 6 are quite common here

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    Update!






    It has had a hard life











    Detail of the "Rustic" old reparation, using a beam



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