introducing myself.

A forum for new members to introduce themselves to the rabble already onboard. Not compulsory!
Tell us a little about yourself, lie if you have to but keep it to just an introduction, not a car discussion.

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Peterdb
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introducing myself.

Post by Peterdb » 09 Sep 2014, 13:50

Maybe I made a mistake by making a new topic, well sorry for that, maybe the moderator can move it #-o
good day you all. :welc:
Let me introduce myself: my name is Peter den Breejen, Dutchman and driving a lovely C5 Break 2,0 Hdif (DW 10BTED4 FAB) Aut (ATM AM6B) Ligne PR from 2007 with already 390.000 km on it.
I'm retired after been at sea for more then 40 years and latest as fleet manager until my retirement 2 years ago.
Living in Romania with my family and with driving our C5 here you need a car that has good suspencion with the <bad> roads.
Well, hopefully we can help each other sometimes when having a breakdown or any other problem, wishing you all having a great rest of the week.

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CitroJim
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Re: introducing myself.

Post by CitroJim » 09 Sep 2014, 13:55

Welcome Peter and good to see you here at last :-D

I am sorry your first attempt at registration was unsuccessful but happily your second attempt was a complete success :-D

Enjoy the forum!

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Peterdb
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Re: introducing myself.

Post by Peterdb » 09 Sep 2014, 20:33

thx Jim, let's see what we can do for others, sharing experience etc.
I do have a "clon" Lexia 3 and hardly no need a citroen garage here, if I do have a big issue I go back to Holland (3000 km) when I need to be there anyway but until now I can manage it.
The only problem I have already put here and waiting for some answers if any.

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macAU
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Re: introducing myself.

Post by macAU » 10 Sep 2014, 10:22

Hello Peter, Welcome to the forum. I've found it a helpful and friendly place. Some great people frequent here.

Living at a distance from other Citroenistes I understand how it can sometimes be a problem.

Good luck with the C5