breakers yard

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citronut
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breakers yard

Post by citronut » 20 Oct 2012, 19:13

i found a brilliant breakers yard today in our search for a front hub for my daughters Synergie,
they must be one of the only old fashioned yards left, were you are alowed to climb over and in and out of the cars to take your own bits off,
very reasonably priced i bought two front struts a front hub two 15" 5 stud steel wheel rims, and a throttle body for Richards (handyman ) 1.8 16V XANT

all for £90 quid

they have a huge pile of pugs and a few C5's amongst all the other brands there

G.M Woodgate & SON
High Halden
TN26 3HX
01233 850303

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Re: breakers yard

Post by Citroenmad » 20 Oct 2012, 19:17

Our local scrap yard is like that, you can go and take your own bits off. They have a section of cars which you can just rip things off and another section where they like to watch you take things off, though they get bored and leave you to it after a few minutes :lol: I was there today in fact.

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Re: breakers yard

Post by duncan bladen » 04 Feb 2013, 20:59

Citroenmad wrote:Our local scrap yard is like that, you can go and take your own bits off. They have a section of cars which you can just rip things off and another section where they like to watch you take things off, though they get bored and leave you to it after a few minutes :lol: I was there today in fact.
wheres this at / cos am gonna need picasso bits soon

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Re: breakers yard

Post by myglaren » 23 Feb 2014, 13:35

duncan bladen wrote:
Citroenmad wrote:Our local scrap yard is like that, you can go and take your own bits off. They have a section of cars which you can just rip things off and another section where they like to watch you take things off, though they get bored and leave you to it after a few minutes :lol: I was there today in fact.
wheres this at / cos am gonna need picasso bits soon

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