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Double door's on M space
#1
The misses booked a surprise holiday in Spain would not tell me where but said i would love it and fit right in i thought great a nudist camp  Smile but when i got there  ?? it was a place called  Tossa Dodgy do you think she's trying to tell me some thing anyway well i was there the misses could not understand why i was out side the hotel drinking coffee Berlingo spotting Cool and not by the pool with her ?? i notice that a lot of the Berlingo B9 multi space had double rear door's like the van's over in Britain  and not the single rear door was the double door ever a option for the B9 multi space in Britain .
One last thing do you think there is some thing wrong with the misses should i get her checked out ?? any advice welcome .
Jed
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#2
'Trying' to tell you something??

I think she has made it perfectly clear what she is saying Smile
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#3
You could try P/exing for your next Berlingo.As long as her turbo,strut tops & rear suspension are sound you should get a fair price.
The bonus,the new Berlingo won't whine as much. Angel
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#4
I'd have ordered doors if it was an option, as you need about an acre of land behind you to open the blooming thing.

It's a good rain shelter though - when I'm repacking a pallet into the back I can reverse up to the pallet with the tailgate open and make a roof over it. Mine's a genuine dual-purpose van/car!
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(08-08-2015, 03:45 PM)ron Wrote:  You could try P/exing for your next Berlingo.As long as her turbo,strut tops & rear suspension are sound you should get a fair price.
The bonus,the new Berlingo won't whine as much. Angel

Yeh i could  Smile both slab sided strait from 0 to 100 moans an hour hard to start in the mornings run's on F an OL there so much more i could say more but i don't want to be band  Rolleyes  Wink
                                     Smile  It's too orangey for crow's It's just for me and my dog  Smile

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Rain protection while loading in the UK is the only valid reason for gas-strut assisted lift up tailgates that i can think of! I'm not convinced about 60/40 asymetric hinged rear doors on vans though. I'm not sure that they offer any advantages over having two equally sized rear doors like we used to have in the old days eg. Morris Traveller, or Mini Countryman.
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(15-08-2015, 10:41 PM)CourierJim Wrote:  Rain protection while loading in the UK is the only valid reason for gas-strut assisted lift up tailgates that i can think of! I'm not convinced about 60/40 asymetric hinged rear doors on vans though. I'm not sure that they offer any advantages over having two equally sized rear doors like we used to have in the old days eg. Morris Traveller, or Mini Countryman.

I can get the dog and cement mixer in when the lids up,thankfully no room left for er'indoors,only on top.[ The roof that is ] The lift up door keeps the dog dry when she's having a pee !!
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#8
I have to ask why is your wife on top of the van pissing on the unfortunate dog below????? No wonder it hides under the tailgate Big Grin
Are we there yet????? No we fecking ain`t  gggggrrrrrrr
Ex 1.6hdi van now 3 seater 1.4 multispace
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(16-08-2015, 06:46 PM)Tomcat3 Wrote:  I have to ask why is your wife on top of the van pissing on the unfortunate dog below????? No wonder it hides under the tailgate Big Grin

It's good for cleaning the wind screen but you must shut the air vent's  very good on a frosty day but you must watch out for frost bite  Wink
                                     Smile  It's too orangey for crow's It's just for me and my dog  Smile

                                                        Heart Heart Love a lot trust a few  Dodgy
 
                                                        

                                        
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(16-08-2015, 06:46 PM)Tomcat3 Wrote:  I have to ask why is your wife on top of the van pissing on the unfortunate dog below????? No wonder it hides under the tailgate Big Grin

My sentiments as well Dodgy
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