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[WTT] Free. MDF Sleeping pod thingy for Berlingo Mk1/2
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Free to a good, well ok, any home, is my hand made sleeping bench thingy for the boot of the Berlingo. Pictures will follow shortly. Unfortunately none of it actually in the car as the car is on the way to the scrapyard!
For those who haven't seen them (there are a few threads about them) it's a raised folding platform that fits in the boot of the car. You fold the back seats down and move the front ones forward and unfold it to form a platform nearly 6ft long. Underneath is storage for cooking stuff and a slide out platform for a stove.

Collection only from Gloucester.
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Tempted. Can't believe no one has replied!
2004 1.9D Multispace/Budget crew cab work van!
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I'm so tempted. Is it big enough for two? My wife is South American so has a wide arse.

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Must get some pics , unfortunately I've been laid up with a bad foot. Yes it will sleep two but that might depend on the width of both your arses
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Gone now to AndyD. I hope he finds it useful.
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