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ciao_chao   
Sun Aug 21 2011, 06:27pm
Joined: Jun 15 2011
Member No: #518
Location: Buckinghamshire
Trainman wrote ...

Ped wrote ...

Blimey, so the C6's appeal spans a wide range of ages! I still think all of us in Buckinghamshire/Berkshire should all drive in convoy somewhere just to mes with peoples heads


I don't just think there, what about a meet up somewhere with people from all over? could you imagine the look on peoples faces


French Night at the Ace Cafe?
Ped   
Sun Aug 21 2011, 06:31pm
Joined: Apr 06 2010
Member No: #82
Location: Maidenhead
Sounds good
woofa   
Thu Nov 24 2011, 03:51pm
Joined: Sep 26 2011
Member No: #641
Location: Crawley
I've been a fan of big Citroens from as long as I can remember.

Each year when I was a kid my parents would take us camping to Spain, which would mean driving through France, and I used to ask my Dad to stop off at Citroen dealerships so I could sit in the DSs and CXs etc... and just seeing them on the road in passing traffic would make me happy. He would never've bought a citroen though as he owned a Saab dealership.

I couldn't wait to buy a Citroen, so, when I was 18 and all my mates were buying XR3i's an Astra GTEs etc I got a BX 19RD!! If I could've afforded an XM I would've got one!!

I had a couple of young lads showing a great deal of interest in my C6 last week outside halfords .... Its great to see the C6 appealing to everyone.
robin-hood   
Thu Nov 24 2011, 09:04pm
Joined: Feb 11 2011
Member No: #377
I bought my C6 last year at 27, 3.0 V6 gazoline, dark grey/cream beige.

Friends told me :"What is this F###NG old man car you bought?" I just answered, "Go with me for a drive". at the end, they just said "We understand you"....

I like to have a car I don't find at any stop light, even if sometimes it's tricky to get it well serviced due to lack of very competent Citroen mechanics, and lack of spare parts...always have to order & wait !
Stew U   
Sun Jan 15 2012, 09:57pm
Joined: Oct 30 2011
Member No: #698
Location: Leicestershire
I bought my C6 in September last year - I'm 26 at the moment. The latest in the line of unexpected purchases - Daewoo Espero (95), Hyundai Sonata (05), Fiat Croma (06) and finally the C6. This is by far the best car I have ever owned and I've always wanted one since the Lignage concept!

Needless to say, none of my friends has one of these!
Jason   
Fri Apr 13 2012, 02:54pm
Joined: Sep 11 2010
Member No: #233
Location: Bedfordshire
28 and a half (42 - work it out)

At 27 I was in a company Xantia Turbodiesel

At 24 I was on shanks's pony
smihaialex   
Tue Feb 12 2013, 10:50pm
Joined: Sep 18 2012
Member No: #1031
Location: Bucharest
Hmmm... I thought I had a shot at this, but I can't compete with 23 & 27 I'm 30, and I actually got the C6 for my 30th b'day - not exactly on the day, I turned 30 on 29th of august and I got the six on the 17th of september...

Sam
magicands   
Sun Nov 10 2013, 04:07pm
Joined: Sep 13 2012
Member No: #1021
Location: Coventry, Warwickshire
Ok you lot, stop bragging now, you've all proved that you are younger than me.
If you really want to know I am 49
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smihaialex   
Sun Nov 10 2013, 09:49pm
Joined: Sep 18 2012
Member No: #1031
Location: Bucharest
40s are the new 30s and so on and so forth

Sam
jacktherev   
Sun Nov 10 2013, 10:17pm
Joined: Sep 06 2013
Member No: #1423
Location: Co Down, Northern Ireland
Just goes to show that the C6 appeals to all ages. I've turned 65 and have just bought a C6 Exclusive.
magicands   
Mon Nov 11 2013, 07:59pm
Joined: Sep 13 2012
Member No: #1021
Location: Coventry, Warwickshire
jacktherev wrote ...

Just goes to show that the C6 appeals to all ages. I've turned 65 and have just bought a C6 Exclusive.


Good for you, welcome.
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apopesc   
Sun Dec 08 2013, 10:23pm
Joined: Aug 04 2013
Member No: #1390
Location: Hann. M√ľnden
Hey,
i am 27 now and i own my C6 for about half a year. I wanted to own this car, from the first time i saw it in 2006.
I drove a lot of Cits in the Years (C3,C4, BX, ZX, XM and Xantia). Beside the Xantia Activa V6, the C6 is the best car i had so far.
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jacktherev   
Sun Dec 08 2013, 10:57pm
Joined: Sep 06 2013
Member No: #1423
Location: Co Down, Northern Ireland
Apopesc how fortunate you are. I wish there had been a car around lime the C6 when I was you're age I certainly would have had it. I can't understand why Citroen stopped building them. Probably this PSA influence or whatever you call it. I was out in mine this afternoon and WOW what a car!
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 apopesc (07 January 2014)
Pappnase   
Mon Dec 09 2013, 11:38am
Joined: Sep 30 2012
Member No: #1044
Location: Bonn
Rich wrote ...
Interestingly enough, i used to work at Leica! I was one of their camera technicians.

michaelb wrote ...

- I've just had my IIIf and M2 serviced

Ped wrote ...
Very interesting!!! I just sold my M4P ....

ciao_chao wrote ...

Also a Leica owner, have a rather distressed II...

Cool. I have a M3 and a M6.

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 jacktherev (09 December 2013)
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