I'm down to one BX now, this lhd Mk1 16TRS I imported a couple of years ago. It's been laid up in my garage awaiting the mythical future when I have enough cash to do the various things it needs to get an MoT so I can register. It's a brilliant thing, a real experience to drive compared to a Mk2 and the colour scheme makes it look like a concept car from the late '70s. I really must do something with it before it starts to really suffer from being laid-up.
Although I have always loved Citroens, I don't think I would have given much thought to running a BX if it hadn't been for this forum, and now I really can't imagine being without one. My first came from Cavcraft about five years ago (or was it six?) which cost £300 and looked like an absolute shed. It went like stink and I totally fell in love with it (as has been well documented elsewhere on this forum) but eventually rot killed it. Still miss it.
I had this one from occasional forum member Talbot, which I parked on my drive and never did anything with. Sold to somebody who will definitely never get it back on the road, sadly, although its definitely worth saving
The ex-Fabergé Greggs TXD estate was a real beast, slow and rusty but doggedly reliable. Sold to Dean I think, but not sure what became of it after that.
I also had a nice Mk1 16RS estate for a bit, which I really liked. Somebody gave this to me for free after he saw my other BXs parked at the office. It was unregistered and there was a bit of funny business with the import shizzle, but I was on my way to getting it legal when the head gasket blew on my morning commute. Didn't have any cash or enthusiasm at that moment so I flogged it cheap on ebay, but from cursory research I don't think the next owner did anything with it and it's since been sold on again.
At one point I think I owned all five of them, which was a bit stupid, but that wasn't for very long. There was quite a lot of scenes like this dicking about trying to move a load of half-dead cars around various places. All good fun.
Best cars ever, bar none.