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Post by andmcit » 14 Feb 2009, 22:35

Close, but not quite the exact match:

http://www.frenchcarforum.co.uk/forum/v ... hp?t=25120 :D

Keep us updated on progress then Chris!

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Post by ACTIVE8 » 15 Feb 2009, 17:48

Sl4yer wrote:
ACTIVE8 wrote:The thing is with a sun roof as long as the car has a fully adjustable seat I.E including height adjustment on the squab front and back) then it's possible to get a good driving position.

The reason why I say this, is because in actual fact when a sunroof is fitted in most cars you get less head room, because the outer roof stays the same, whereas the inside gets a different headlining which is lower (around the sunroof) and, the sunroof itself also intrudes into the interior.


I prefer a car without a sun roof to be honest, because I'm 6'3" and MUCH prefer the head room! That's as long as it has aircon of course, which I'll discover about April... :)

I find the adjustment on the Activa seats quite infuriating. The tilt goes back and forward, and the height tilts as well! It probably doesn't help that I like to sit high up, so I can (hopefully) see where I'm parking...

James


Nothing wrong with sitting high up, I wish more people would do it.

It's when you can hardly see the head of a driver coming towards you, and you can just about make out their eyes, trying to peer over the steering wheel, that you wonder how much they can see out when they are driving.

In a lot of cases they could adjust the seat, and see out properly, and also be safer.

Of course some people are not so tall, but the seat can be adjusted to accommodate that.

It's like they want to drive their car from the position you are in, when in a deck chair.
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Post by andmcit » 15 Feb 2009, 19:02

NOOOOOOOOOOOO - I really REALLY fancy it but I really REALLY MUSTN'T!!
I like Activae with sunroofs... :lol: 8)
Here's one with AC AND a sunroof!!

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1996-CITROEN-XANT ... 0302962353

Goddammit, thinking about it, I'd swap either of my two Activae that don't
have sunroofs if I could. Can't go buying it in the hope I can be strong
willed about selling one of mine though. :lol:

It's CJM number could almost be saying citrojim - so Jim, are you interested!? :roll:

So, anyone here going to spare it from a grisly end?
Did I mention it's a rare sunroof Activa? Think so.

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Post by CitroJim » 15 Feb 2009, 19:28

andmcit wrote:It's CJM number could almost be saying citrojim - so Jim, are you interested!? :roll:


In the plate, yes Andrew P995 CJM is a nice one...

In the car, no as there is V6 occpying the spare space and about to consume some money and she's not going anywhere just yet....
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Post by Toby_HDi » 15 Feb 2009, 19:59

Hmmmmmmmmm, tempting :twisted:
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Post by CitroJim » 15 Feb 2009, 20:10

Toby_HDi wrote:Hmmmmmmmmm, tempting :twisted:


Go on Toby,

You just so know you want to :wink:

We can then swap plates...

Could be a nice little project...
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Post by myglaren » 15 Feb 2009, 20:12

CitroJim wrote:
Toby_HDi wrote:Hmmmmmmmmm, tempting :twisted:


Go on Toby,

You just so know you want to :wink:

We can then swap plates...

Could be a nice little project...


What? Swapping plates. You could do that in your sleep!
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Post by CitroJim » 15 Feb 2009, 20:16

:lol: :lol: :lol:
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Post by andmcit » 15 Feb 2009, 20:25

What? :shock: Something you're not telling us Jim!?
Or those nice people at DVLA? :lol:

At least there's a story to be told here! :D

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Post by andmcit » 15 Feb 2009, 20:39

200 Bhp too!

Actually, why is is spares or repair without an MOT?
Leaky rams and ropey sphere brackets per chance?

Not a big fan of the spindly aftermarket alloys though.

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Post by Toby_HDi » 15 Feb 2009, 21:56

Well, have sent a question, so we shall see.

Watch this space.....:lol:
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Post by Citroenmad » 15 Feb 2009, 22:33

Looks wrong on those wheels, someone catch those activa wheels on the other thread if you buy this!
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Post by andmcit » 15 Feb 2009, 22:43

You wait for one and then they all appear at once like buses:

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1996-CITROEN-XANT ... 32QQihZ018

Double vision or what! WITH A SUNROOF etc etc etc :D

I actually felt really sad after reading this - anyone here? Wish I could try and help you mate!?

Are you going to let this into the clutches of the nasty evil Activa Despatchers?

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Post by CitroJim » 15 Feb 2009, 22:58

And it's in Milton Keynes.

Funny that as I've never seen another Activa (red or otherwise) around these parts in a long time.

I once knew of a red one very close to where Xac lives but that went about three years ago to be replaced by an X plate silver Xantia estate...

The last time I saw it, there was a very large dent in the NS fronnt wing and it was listing very badly.

If anyone wishes a viewing of this vehicle, I'm happy to do the honours...
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Post by Toby_HDi » 16 Feb 2009, 17:54

Well he came back with a pretty good price may even be able to knock some more off, reckons everything is working, cambelt done etc etc. Am even more tempted now...I might go and have a look, anyone fancy coming with me? (ie. someone with Activa experience :lol:)
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