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Nearly there!!! Berlingo mk1
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    Just thought I'd post a pic of my bingo! So far I've fitted 17" alloys and tinted the rear windows! Does anyone know if a saxo grill will fit on these? :thumbsup:
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Nice to see in that colour. You need some big brakes under those wheels. :twisted:
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looking good did you tint the windows yourself as ive brought the tint and will be having a go myself when the weather brightens up.
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(29-05-2013, 05:00 PM)landcrab Wrote:  looking good did you tint the windows yourself as ive brought the tint and will be having a go myself when the weather brightens up.
Cheers! Yes I managed to find some 20% tint, was going to go for limo 5% but the 20% was only £3.99 a roll! Bargain lol! The side ones are really easy to do but have someone on the outside to hold them as you undo the screws!! As for the back window it's a bit of a pain in the backside as its glued in! My back window is not 100% perfect but next time I think ill do it in 2 halves.

   
(29-05-2013, 05:00 PM)landcrab Wrote:  looking good did you tint the windows yourself as ive brought the tint and will be having a go myself when the weather brightens up.
Windows come out easy and a gazebo and tarpaulin helps a lot :woop:

    I think the grill needs a little modding now......Big Grin
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cheers yes ive got limo did you cut right to the eadge of the glass ...as i see that if so its out side of the rubber and will be subjected to the weather.matt there was someone on here that done a grill mod. he cut the centre out and filled it and added some mesh.it looked quite smart.
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(29-05-2013, 06:19 PM)landcrab Wrote:  cheers yes ive got limo did you cut right to the eadge of the glass ...as i see that if so its out side of the rubber and will be subjected to the weather.matt there was someone on here that done a grill mod. he cut the centre out and filled it .it looked quite smart.
I did do it right to the edge of the glass, 2 people have said to me to use clear nail varnish on the edges of the tint to seal it, but I didn't :brickwall: only time will tell! I will have a search for the grill mod thanks :thumbsup:

(29-05-2013, 06:30 PM)Matt b Wrote:  
(29-05-2013, 06:19 PM)landcrab Wrote:  cheers yes ive got limo did you cut right to the eadge of the glass ...as i see that if so its out side of the rubber and will be subjected to the weather.matt there was someone on here that done a grill mod. he cut the centre out and filled it .it looked quite smart.
I did do it right to the edge of the glass, 2 people have said to me to use clear nail varnish on the edges of the tint to seal it, but I didn't :brickwall: only time will tell! I will have a search for the grill mod thanks :thumbsup:
a mate of mine used to use a thin black pinstripe around the edges of the tint to keep it stuck down.

    My little one just cracked me up as he can't say berlingo! Instead he says Bingo! So I've debadged it and made........mite stick it on :lol:
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I call mine Bingo HaHa.
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