Red Deer encounter: panels needed

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Red Deer encounter: panels needed

Post by Frenchy » 13 Aug 2016, 13:15

Hi, I am a member of the BX club, owning a TZD and also have a Xantia HDI.

I have been driving citroens for nearly 40 years off and on and find them supremely comfortable and reliable.

I have joined here in the hope of finding body panels for my Rosso Red Xantia which was involved with a red stag (deer) this morning.

I now need a bonnet, slam panel, n/s front wing and headlight and possibly a bumper to get it back on the road.

This is a 1999 model with very low mileage, under 100k, full leather and all electrics and an extremely comfortable cruiser, returning 53mpg.

Any help in locating parts would be greatly appreciated.

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Re: Red Deer encounter: panels needed

Post by myglaren » 13 Aug 2016, 14:04

Welcome Frenchy

I've copied this post to the "For Sale & Wanted" forum and extended the title in the hope you will get a better response from there.
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Re: Red Deer encounter: panels needed

Post by Stickyfinger » 13 Aug 2016, 14:25

Cheapest way would be get a donor Car, you can also save "other" bits and then scrap it. There is not much that scraps a Xantia except Sills rusting/failed subframes and leaking suspension, none of the areas you say are normally effected so would be in good order.
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