Whatsthisthen?

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NewcastleFalcon wrote:Well the method that worked for me was restoring the system to a point before Ihad the problem'...
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wow Neil
you didnt tell us you have a :o :wink:

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or is it just the flux converter you have installed in your Citroen :yikes: :o :-D :lol: :rofl2: :rofl2:

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Malcolm, would you believe it I have never seen Back to the Future so i had to give it a good wiki-ing to translate the banter :)

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The glare from the rear end may be a touch irritating, if you pulled up behind it at traffic lights.

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The two 2X3 'lights' are more likely to be cooling vents for the reactor.

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NewcastleFalcon wrote:Malcolm, would you believe it I have never seen Back to the Future so i had to give it a good wiki-ing to translate the banter :)

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cant remember which Back to the future it were in but

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Back to the Future, Part 2.

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NewcastleFalcon wrote:Here is a handy identification guide should you get overtaken at night by an unidentified supercar

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I have heard that the Citroen C4 may have something interesting to offer in the tail-light department

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The new version of the C4 GP seems to have lost the large distinctive lights, and has now gone for a smaller look!

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ACTIVE8 wrote: The new version of the C4 GP seems to have lost the large distinctive lights, and has now gone for a smaller look!
They still look bloody awful :evil:

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Talking of awful looking Citroens the front of the latest C1 looks like it was designed over the phone, a total mess.

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DickieG wrote:Talking of awful looking Citroëns the front of the latest C1 looks like it was designed over the phone, a total mess.
Is it the "eyebrows" which are not to everyone's taste?

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DickieG wrote:Talking of awful looking Citroëns the front of the latest C1 looks like it was designed over the phone, a total mess.
I can't say the front of the C1 I have is the most alluring I've ever seen. The earlier ones before the so-called facelift looked better but not good.

I understand the C1 is the best looker of the new C1/107/Aygo family. The Aygo is rather hideous...

Look-see here :twisted:

Someone had clearly fun'd themselves just a bit to much there...

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NewcastleFalcon wrote:
DickieG wrote:Talking of awful looking Citroëns the front of the latest C1 looks like it was designed over the phone, a total mess.
Is it the "eyebrows" which are not to everyone's taste?

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It just looks far too busy and cluttered, when I first saw photo's I thought maybe it looks better in the flesh but unfortunately that isn't the case, on my way back from North Devon this afternoon I passed the Peugeot version and found it far more attractive to the eye.

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Its for Kids, they like Tonka toys....lot of plastic bits with added Bluetooth, Nav and Facebook.....sale !

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Stickyfinger wrote:Its for Kids, they like Tonka toys....lot of plastic bits with added Bluetooth, Nav and Facebook.....sale !
They seem to have lost the purity of the original like mine. Mine is the base model and so base it doesn't have electric windows, central locking, aircon and a host of other things nowadays considered standard even in a poverty-spec car. less to go wrong!

Therein lies it's charm :-D

What it does have is good, works well and the car itself is excellent in all respects. It does the job of being a functional car superbly.

I love it to bits...

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That was the appeal of my 107 urban lite too Jim. Although I would rather of had a C1 for looks as I hated the huge egg crate grill and the chromed plastic "bumper" of my 09 reg car.