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Citroen Folding Shopping Trolley
For sale is my Folding Citroen Shopping Trolley.

Works perfectly with little use, not much else I can say other than price .... £15 collected or £20 posted 

Highlands and islands obviously costs more as anyone there will know but it will be at a minimum charge.

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Ours is still in the back of the car and has been used a few times in impromptu shopping situations, they don't let you take the baskets out of local supermarkets as they all got stolen when plastic bags were taxed.
So where does this bit go then ?
My trolley had little use, mostly novelty value when we had the car first of all .... and then got removed as we use the back of the car for our two Ladradors and rather than than have it covered in hair it was stored in the spare room, a handy bit of kit though. Nowadays my wife wants to reinvent the bungalow so it has to go.
Still for sale?

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Sorry sold on eBay two weeks ago.

Plenty more on eBay.
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  • benrums0n
Just out of interest, how are these retained in the vehicle when not being used? Do they clip to something, or just slide around the load space?
2016 Multispace XTR BlueHDi 100 S/S Gris Artense Met
They sit in a plastic tray that locates the wheels of the trolley, then there is a velcro strap that holds the handle at the top, mine was always secure. this is on the offside of the boot area

2012 Iron Grey XTR 110 with lots of bits and bobs.
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  • Matt Haigh
also they are never in the way but always easily to hand.
(08-01-2019, 07:38 PM)geoff Wrote:  also they are never in the way but always easily to hand.

I transferred mine from my old 2.0 to the 1.6. Never actually used it yet, but I like the idea of it being there and the fitting bracket looked lonely without it.
Mine stores car cleaning materials - and hangs on the garage wall!
Very useful to pull round the car as I clean or valet it once in a blue moon.

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