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[WTB] looking for a few bits
#1
got a 1999 1.4 in blue multispace, and im looking for,

a blue speedo surround,

factory tool kit that is:
-LIFTING JACK
-LIFTING JACK BRACKET
-BOOT STORAGE BOX
-PUNCTURE TYRE REPAIR
-BOOT ARRANGING-BOX
-WHEEL BRACE

the airvent that fits on the speedo surround,

and a passenger door card that looks like this pic.

[Image: berlingodoorcard.jpg]

thanks
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#2
Does it have AC or not?
(Non-AC vent module has a triangular shape)
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#3
an image better than a thousand words, there is 2 pics. yes no AC.

[Image: P1000903.jpg]

[Image: P1000902.jpg]

thanks
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#4
I got a matching pair of doorcards, without speaker covers (well i have one on its own Wink ), almost identical to yours but for grey cloth inserts, £25?
Also got the factory jack and winder, if your model is fitted with 17mm wheel studs
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#5
Weird...

On mine, there's no screws at all on the heater inlet. There's a hook on the back, behind the 'pointy end' and taps behind the two other corners that function as hinges as soon as you release the hook.
(Need to remove the stereo to reach the hook, though. )
Why have a stereo there anyway?
(It should be hidden behind the hinged panel further down, and a cup holder installed in this slot)
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#6
My M49 van has the same arrangement as Omally's photo, Gadgetman, it must be the non aircon models
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#7
Which year is yours?

Mine's a 1999, and while it has the same shape(mirrored, we drive on the right side of the road... ) it doesn't have those ugly screws.
The same with my dearly departed 1998, too.
No ugly visible screws.

And on both, the passenger side of the vents can be adjusted horisontally/vertically, just like on the driver's side of the vents.

Also, my car is Non-AC.
Why bother with AC for 3 or 4 hot days of the year?
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#8
The year of the van is 1998
It must be just for us in the RHD markets?
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#9
(19-05-2014, 05:03 PM)ulysses Wrote:  I got a matching pair of door cards, without speaker covers (well i have one on its own Wink ), almost identical to yours but for grey cloth inserts, £25?
Also got the factory jack and winder, if your model is fitted with 17mm wheel studs


i would like same color of the inserts, or blue, (unless i found out how to change the material of it)

i will check in the morning if is 17 the wheel studs.

thanks

(19-05-2014, 06:42 PM)Gadgetman Wrote:  Which year is yours?

Mine's a 1999, and while it has the same shape(mirrored, we drive on the right side of the road... ) it doesn't have those ugly screws.
The same with my dearly departed 1998, too.
No ugly visible screws.

And on both, the passenger side of the vents can be adjusted horisontally/vertically, just like on the driver's side of the vents.

Also, my car is Non-AC.
Why bother with AC for 3 or 4 hot days of the year?

do you have your car hanging from its wheels?? :lol:

that is very tidy, wish i had some cup holder like that!
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#10
Hanging from... ?

That picture was taken with my car in the garage.
You can see the end wall, my kayak trolley and lots of junk in front of it, and get a glimpse of the winter tires hanging on a sidewall. It's a bit dark because I still haven't finished wiring up my garage.
If it looks as if the car isn't completely level it's because I've jacked up the righthand side to remove the front righthand wheel to get to the window washer pump.

The cup holder was mentioned in another thread here a while ago, with link to the eBay seller.
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