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my van (with a pic now)
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this is my berlingo my brother in law gave me, he crashed it nd i fixed it up, oh nd i added a few bits to it!!:hehe:

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Can't see your photo - you should be able to upload to the forum or a site such as photobucket and show them in your posts.
2010 (B9) Berlingo Multispace XTR HDi 112 - Kyanos Blue
Previously - 2002 (M49) Berlingo Multispace 2.0 HDi Diesel - Arctic Steel
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#3
Nice!
Is there an extension on the bottom of the front bumper?
Headlights tinted or covers? Notice much difference at night?
Home-cut windsreen visor? Or bought?
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(07-10-2011, 03:33 PM)zedhead Wrote:  Nice!
Is there an extension on the bottom of the front bumper?
Headlights tinted or covers? Notice much difference at night?
Home-cut windsreen visor? Or bought?

thanks.
i fitted a renault espace splitter to the front bumper.
the headlights are tinted with a special film, i did that myself, i do notice a big difference at night, thats why i fitted 2 small but powerfull spotlights also. i got that visor put on when i was getting my windows tinted, the visor is tinted. then i got a 3mm red stripe just to finish it off.
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#5
That is a very smart ride, look like the BMW Alpina alloys you see.

Also, is that a laguna splitter on the bottom? Pulled off quite nicely.
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(08-10-2011, 06:43 PM)Andre Wrote:  That is a very smart ride, look like the BMW Alpina alloys you see.

Also, is that a laguna splitter on the bottom? Pulled off quite nicely.

the wheels are bbs lookalikes, there 15" str rim.
its not a laguna splitter, its an espace splitter its similar to the laguna, it has an extra lip on the bottom.
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#7
Nice lingo
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#8
Cool - how did you fit the splitter? And did it need cutting down to fit?
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(10-10-2011, 02:37 PM)zedhead Wrote:  Cool - how did you fit the splitter? And did it need cutting down to fit?

first i had to cut the splitter in half, den line up the corners and wer the splitter overlaps itself split the difference and cut it again.
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#10
I like that idea, might try it myself. How did you fix the splitter the the bumper?
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