A little help to make the 16v shiny again

All aspects of tuning,modification and repairs to the BX 16valve.
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James
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A little help to make the 16v shiny again

Post by James » Tue Sep 13, 2016 2:41 pm

Hi to all

I have a little bit of history with these cars and last year after quite a bit of searching I brought another one!
After a long time of searching and gathering I have all the parts I wanted to put it back on the road in the right order to present it for the dreaded MOT

The next phase is to restore the wheels and paintwork to its former glory, any of the members got suggestions for paintshops and wheel refurbisher's that have done a great job in the past?

Cheers

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Mike P
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Re: A little help to make the 16v shiny again

Post by Mike P » Thu Sep 15, 2016 5:19 pm

Hello James,

Where in the country are you located?

Mike P
Founder member of the Phase 1 Appreciation Society!
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'88 'F' White Bx16v - 62k miles & as seen on TV

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