So, this is where all the xantia estates have gone?

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So, this is where all the xantia estates have gone?

Post by andmcit »

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/1996-CITROEN-XANT ... 2eb0dd0122

Check out the background!! :?

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Anyone here called chris_esam? The seller sounds like a Granny now though.

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Post by Citroenmad »

Thats a fair few, 4 Xantia Estates all in view, they must like them!
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Post by lexi »

That's more than I've seen up here all year. It's scraped in a bad place at that arch.........pity.
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Post by messerschmitt owner »

lexi wrote:That's more than I've seen up here all year. It's scraped in a bad place at that arch.........pity.
I see a minimum of four a day - but Gloucestershire is home to old Citroens!
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Post by Citroenmad »

lexi wrote:That's more than I've seen up here all year. It's scraped in a bad place at that arch.........pity.
An easy job for a bodyshop! Though costs could well be a big percentage of the cars value.

I see a Xantia a week i would say, sometimes more, sometimes less. Very few old Citroens survive around here.