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    Sam Glover got a reaction from somewhatfoolish in Citroën Ami 6 Break – £2000   
    Does anyone fancy a 1965 Ami 6 Break that’s lightly broken? It needs light recommissioning and a gearbox rebuild.
     It’s very rust-free and it hasn’t been welded, but it has been resprayed at some stage in its original colour. I recommissioned six years ago with new brakes, new Michelin tyres, electronic ignition and various other bits-and-pieces, then drove it to La Traversée de Paris. It thrummed along excellently… really quite nippy. Unfortunately, though, the transaxle started making a nasty knocking noise on the final leg of the return trip. I never got round to investigating. The seats have been retrimmed quite badly, it lacks carpets, the doorcards are present but need fitting and the tailgate’s exterior trim is missing. Otherwise, it’s a good ‘un. Selling it on has never been on the agenda. The fact that it hasn’t made it into the workshop in six years, however, probably means that it never will. Price: £2000ish. It’s near Cirencester. Sam         
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    Sam Glover got a reaction from Skizzer in Citroën Ami 6 Break – £2000   
    Does anyone fancy a 1965 Ami 6 Break that’s lightly broken? It needs light recommissioning and a gearbox rebuild.
     It’s very rust-free and it hasn’t been welded, but it has been resprayed at some stage in its original colour. I recommissioned six years ago with new brakes, new Michelin tyres, electronic ignition and various other bits-and-pieces, then drove it to La Traversée de Paris. It thrummed along excellently… really quite nippy. Unfortunately, though, the transaxle started making a nasty knocking noise on the final leg of the return trip. I never got round to investigating. The seats have been retrimmed quite badly, it lacks carpets, the doorcards are present but need fitting and the tailgate’s exterior trim is missing. Otherwise, it’s a good ‘un. Selling it on has never been on the agenda. The fact that it hasn’t made it into the workshop in six years, however, probably means that it never will. Price: £2000ish. It’s near Cirencester. Sam         
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    Sam Glover got a reaction from privatewire in Citroën Ami 6 Break – £2000   
    Does anyone fancy a 1965 Ami 6 Break that’s lightly broken? It needs light recommissioning and a gearbox rebuild.
     It’s very rust-free and it hasn’t been welded, but it has been resprayed at some stage in its original colour. I recommissioned six years ago with new brakes, new Michelin tyres, electronic ignition and various other bits-and-pieces, then drove it to La Traversée de Paris. It thrummed along excellently… really quite nippy. Unfortunately, though, the transaxle started making a nasty knocking noise on the final leg of the return trip. I never got round to investigating. The seats have been retrimmed quite badly, it lacks carpets, the doorcards are present but need fitting and the tailgate’s exterior trim is missing. Otherwise, it’s a good ‘un. Selling it on has never been on the agenda. The fact that it hasn’t made it into the workshop in six years, however, probably means that it never will. Price: £2000ish. It’s near Cirencester. Sam         
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    Sam Glover got a reaction from NorfolkNWeigh in Citroën Ami 6 Break – £2000   
    Yes... it's an IZh 2125, as this man is explaining:
     

     
    I'll go and poke at the Ami later today.
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    Sam Glover got a reaction from ProgRocker in Citroën Ami 6 Break – £2000   
    Does anyone fancy a 1965 Ami 6 Break that’s lightly broken? It needs light recommissioning and a gearbox rebuild.
     It’s very rust-free and it hasn’t been welded, but it has been resprayed at some stage in its original colour. I recommissioned six years ago with new brakes, new Michelin tyres, electronic ignition and various other bits-and-pieces, then drove it to La Traversée de Paris. It thrummed along excellently… really quite nippy. Unfortunately, though, the transaxle started making a nasty knocking noise on the final leg of the return trip. I never got round to investigating. The seats have been retrimmed quite badly, it lacks carpets, the doorcards are present but need fitting and the tailgate’s exterior trim is missing. Otherwise, it’s a good ‘un. Selling it on has never been on the agenda. The fact that it hasn’t made it into the workshop in six years, however, probably means that it never will. Price: £2000ish. It’s near Cirencester. Sam         
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    Sam Glover got a reaction from Christine in Citroën Ami 6 Break – £2000   
    Yes... it's an IZh 2125, as this man is explaining:
     

     
    I'll go and poke at the Ami later today.
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    Sam Glover got a reaction from Asimo in Citroën Ami 6 Break – £2000   
    Does anyone fancy a 1965 Ami 6 Break that’s lightly broken? It needs light recommissioning and a gearbox rebuild.
     It’s very rust-free and it hasn’t been welded, but it has been resprayed at some stage in its original colour. I recommissioned six years ago with new brakes, new Michelin tyres, electronic ignition and various other bits-and-pieces, then drove it to La Traversée de Paris. It thrummed along excellently… really quite nippy. Unfortunately, though, the transaxle started making a nasty knocking noise on the final leg of the return trip. I never got round to investigating. The seats have been retrimmed quite badly, it lacks carpets, the doorcards are present but need fitting and the tailgate’s exterior trim is missing. Otherwise, it’s a good ‘un. Selling it on has never been on the agenda. The fact that it hasn’t made it into the workshop in six years, however, probably means that it never will. Price: £2000ish. It’s near Cirencester. Sam         
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    Sam Glover got a reaction from GrumpiusMaximus in Citroën Ami 6 Break – £2000   
    Does anyone fancy a 1965 Ami 6 Break that’s lightly broken? It needs light recommissioning and a gearbox rebuild.
     It’s very rust-free and it hasn’t been welded, but it has been resprayed at some stage in its original colour. I recommissioned six years ago with new brakes, new Michelin tyres, electronic ignition and various other bits-and-pieces, then drove it to La Traversée de Paris. It thrummed along excellently… really quite nippy. Unfortunately, though, the transaxle started making a nasty knocking noise on the final leg of the return trip. I never got round to investigating. The seats have been retrimmed quite badly, it lacks carpets, the doorcards are present but need fitting and the tailgate’s exterior trim is missing. Otherwise, it’s a good ‘un. Selling it on has never been on the agenda. The fact that it hasn’t made it into the workshop in six years, however, probably means that it never will. Price: £2000ish. It’s near Cirencester. Sam         
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    Sam Glover got a reaction from trigger in Citroën Ami 6 Break – £2000   
    Does anyone fancy a 1965 Ami 6 Break that’s lightly broken? It needs light recommissioning and a gearbox rebuild.
     It’s very rust-free and it hasn’t been welded, but it has been resprayed at some stage in its original colour. I recommissioned six years ago with new brakes, new Michelin tyres, electronic ignition and various other bits-and-pieces, then drove it to La Traversée de Paris. It thrummed along excellently… really quite nippy. Unfortunately, though, the transaxle started making a nasty knocking noise on the final leg of the return trip. I never got round to investigating. The seats have been retrimmed quite badly, it lacks carpets, the doorcards are present but need fitting and the tailgate’s exterior trim is missing. Otherwise, it’s a good ‘un. Selling it on has never been on the agenda. The fact that it hasn’t made it into the workshop in six years, however, probably means that it never will. Price: £2000ish. It’s near Cirencester. Sam         
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    Sam Glover got a reaction from Sigmund Fraud in Citroën Ami 6 Break – £2000   
    Does anyone fancy a 1965 Ami 6 Break that’s lightly broken? It needs light recommissioning and a gearbox rebuild.
     It’s very rust-free and it hasn’t been welded, but it has been resprayed at some stage in its original colour. I recommissioned six years ago with new brakes, new Michelin tyres, electronic ignition and various other bits-and-pieces, then drove it to La Traversée de Paris. It thrummed along excellently… really quite nippy. Unfortunately, though, the transaxle started making a nasty knocking noise on the final leg of the return trip. I never got round to investigating. The seats have been retrimmed quite badly, it lacks carpets, the doorcards are present but need fitting and the tailgate’s exterior trim is missing. Otherwise, it’s a good ‘un. Selling it on has never been on the agenda. The fact that it hasn’t made it into the workshop in six years, however, probably means that it never will. Price: £2000ish. It’s near Cirencester. Sam         
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    Sam Glover got a reaction from richardmorris in Citroën Ami 6 Break – £2000   
    Does anyone fancy a 1965 Ami 6 Break that’s lightly broken? It needs light recommissioning and a gearbox rebuild.
     It’s very rust-free and it hasn’t been welded, but it has been resprayed at some stage in its original colour. I recommissioned six years ago with new brakes, new Michelin tyres, electronic ignition and various other bits-and-pieces, then drove it to La Traversée de Paris. It thrummed along excellently… really quite nippy. Unfortunately, though, the transaxle started making a nasty knocking noise on the final leg of the return trip. I never got round to investigating. The seats have been retrimmed quite badly, it lacks carpets, the doorcards are present but need fitting and the tailgate’s exterior trim is missing. Otherwise, it’s a good ‘un. Selling it on has never been on the agenda. The fact that it hasn’t made it into the workshop in six years, however, probably means that it never will. Price: £2000ish. It’s near Cirencester. Sam         
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    Sam Glover got a reaction from solid61 in Citroën Ami 6 Break – £2000   
    Does anyone fancy a 1965 Ami 6 Break that’s lightly broken? It needs light recommissioning and a gearbox rebuild.
     It’s very rust-free and it hasn’t been welded, but it has been resprayed at some stage in its original colour. I recommissioned six years ago with new brakes, new Michelin tyres, electronic ignition and various other bits-and-pieces, then drove it to La Traversée de Paris. It thrummed along excellently… really quite nippy. Unfortunately, though, the transaxle started making a nasty knocking noise on the final leg of the return trip. I never got round to investigating. The seats have been retrimmed quite badly, it lacks carpets, the doorcards are present but need fitting and the tailgate’s exterior trim is missing. Otherwise, it’s a good ‘un. Selling it on has never been on the agenda. The fact that it hasn’t made it into the workshop in six years, however, probably means that it never will. Price: £2000ish. It’s near Cirencester. Sam         
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    Sam Glover got a reaction from timolloyd in Citroën Ami 6 Break – £2000   
    Does anyone fancy a 1965 Ami 6 Break that’s lightly broken? It needs light recommissioning and a gearbox rebuild.
     It’s very rust-free and it hasn’t been welded, but it has been resprayed at some stage in its original colour. I recommissioned six years ago with new brakes, new Michelin tyres, electronic ignition and various other bits-and-pieces, then drove it to La Traversée de Paris. It thrummed along excellently… really quite nippy. Unfortunately, though, the transaxle started making a nasty knocking noise on the final leg of the return trip. I never got round to investigating. The seats have been retrimmed quite badly, it lacks carpets, the doorcards are present but need fitting and the tailgate’s exterior trim is missing. Otherwise, it’s a good ‘un. Selling it on has never been on the agenda. The fact that it hasn’t made it into the workshop in six years, however, probably means that it never will. Price: £2000ish. It’s near Cirencester. Sam         
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    Sam Glover got a reaction from catsinthewelder in Coolest-looking car engine ever   
    As I bolted the space-age cowling to a Panhard PL17 engine last night, I mused that it was the coolest-looking engine ever. But then I remembered thinking the same about a Tatra 603 engine.
     Any advance on these two?  
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    Sam Glover got a reaction from Asimo in Coolest-looking car engine ever   
    As I bolted the space-age cowling to a Panhard PL17 engine last night, I mused that it was the coolest-looking engine ever. But then I remembered thinking the same about a Tatra 603 engine.
     Any advance on these two?  
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    Sam Glover got a reaction from Datsuncog in Coolest-looking car engine ever   
    The Panhard's exhaust bears the weight of the transaxle, too – and it supports the carburettor. It's lucky exhausts don't rust.
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    Sam Glover got a reaction from privatewire in Coolest-looking car engine ever   
    As I bolted the space-age cowling to a Panhard PL17 engine last night, I mused that it was the coolest-looking engine ever. But then I remembered thinking the same about a Tatra 603 engine.
     Any advance on these two?  
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    Sam Glover got a reaction from Fat_Pirate in Coolest-looking car engine ever   
    As I bolted the space-age cowling to a Panhard PL17 engine last night, I mused that it was the coolest-looking engine ever. But then I remembered thinking the same about a Tatra 603 engine.
     Any advance on these two?  
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    Sam Glover got a reaction from chaseracer in Coolest-looking car engine ever   
    As I bolted the space-age cowling to a Panhard PL17 engine last night, I mused that it was the coolest-looking engine ever. But then I remembered thinking the same about a Tatra 603 engine.
     Any advance on these two?  
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    Sam Glover got a reaction from JeeExEll in Coolest-looking car engine ever   
    As I bolted the space-age cowling to a Panhard PL17 engine last night, I mused that it was the coolest-looking engine ever. But then I remembered thinking the same about a Tatra 603 engine.
     Any advance on these two?  
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    Sam Glover got a reaction from Six-cylinder in Coolest-looking car engine ever   
    As I bolted the space-age cowling to a Panhard PL17 engine last night, I mused that it was the coolest-looking engine ever. But then I remembered thinking the same about a Tatra 603 engine.
     Any advance on these two?  
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    Sam Glover got a reaction from cros in Coolest-looking car engine ever   
    As I bolted the space-age cowling to a Panhard PL17 engine last night, I mused that it was the coolest-looking engine ever. But then I remembered thinking the same about a Tatra 603 engine.
     Any advance on these two?  
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    Sam Glover got a reaction from chadders in Coolest-looking car engine ever   
    The Panhard's exhaust bears the weight of the transaxle, too – and it supports the carburettor. It's lucky exhausts don't rust.
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    Sam Glover got a reaction from Skizzer in Coolest-looking car engine ever   
    The Panhard's exhaust bears the weight of the transaxle, too – and it supports the carburettor. It's lucky exhausts don't rust.
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    Sam Glover got a reaction from Skizzer in Coolest-looking car engine ever   
    As I bolted the space-age cowling to a Panhard PL17 engine last night, I mused that it was the coolest-looking engine ever. But then I remembered thinking the same about a Tatra 603 engine.
     Any advance on these two?  
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