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Berlingo camper in progress .....
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We have a Berlingo van which we camp in , just had 2 privacy windows installed , we also have electrics , phone charges, cooker, storage etc  , it is work in progress as not yet fully lined but getting there ,only spent £600.00 so far as my husband is doing the work himself when time permits , alloys hopefully soon to complete the look , love my Berlingo so versatile , we have had 4 Multispaces when the kids were growing up , great vehicles for the outdoor lifestyle, more camping trips to follow


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So THAT's where my cooker went...
(I have the same model stored somewhere, awaiting the time when I get the finger out and start building my own camper conversion)

Unusual placement of the stove, but I guess with the double doors in the back instead of top hinged one there's no real advantage to havign it in the rear.
(With a top hinged door you get a makeshift roof over the cooking area)

The paneling is a nice touch.
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(02-10-2018, 11:30 AM)Gadgetman Wrote:  So THAT's where my cooker went...    
(I have the same model stored somewhere, awaiting the time when I get the finger out and start building my own camper conversion)

Unusual placement of the stove, but I guess with the double doors in the back instead of  top hinged one there's no real advantage to havign it in the rear.
(With a top hinged door you get a makeshift roof over the cooking area)

The paneling is a nice touch.

Many thanks for your comments, we use a Quecha inflatbale awning at the side if going for a weekend , which is great , transforms camping , we have bought this from ebay to use as shade https://www.ebay.co.uk/i/153184180430?chn=ps at the rear works great and easy to store  , we have had four Berlingos but this is the first to be converted , 
thanks Sharon
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#4
Woaw, I want to camper mi Berlingo. The problem is so older.. 1999
It´s possible?
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#5
Anything is possible. It's a Berlingo!  
Multispace(5seater) or Van?   
In my Multispace(also a 1999) I have around 1m80 from the inside of the tailgate to the back of the front seats if the rear seats are removed(easy, only 4 Torx screws).
Fold the front seats forward, and you get 2meters.

That's enough for a bench/bed setup.  

The kitchen part can be done any way you want, really. Or skipped altogether.  
Start your own thread, post pictures of your car, and maybe sketch on them to show what you want, and we'll throw ideas and suggestions at you.
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Have you got a wind break for the stove ? I have made a box camper that fits in the boot of my 2005 Multi and found the stove works better when the wind can't get to the flame.. I have the same stove.. These stoves can heat a pan of water in less than a minute, don't have to wait long for a cup of tea..
Black Hyundai i30 1.6CRDI 2011
Silver 1.9D Mutispace desire 2004 DW8B non Turbo..
White 1.9D Van 2005 DW8B non turbo..
Silver MGF 1.8 16v 1999
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#7
You need something like this:

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This acts as a windbreak for the burner, it folds over the burner when I close the drawer to keep any residual heat off my woodwork, and I can also use it on my table inside my B9 to stand the burner on if I need to cook inside during bad weather.
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Everything looks great. I am looking for any camper for me.
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