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Peugeot 306 headlights, will they fit 2000 berlingo??
#1
hi there.

im looking to spruce up my v reg berlingo and ive seen some nice 306 cabriolet lights but im not sure if they will fit.

heres the like to the 306: http://vehicles.pickapart.uk.com/breakin...nual/16126

anyone know if they will fit??

thanks,

Mark.
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#2
I don't think they do Mark, they are similar but i don't recall the Berlingo ones being as swept as the 306.
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#3
okay andre, im new to this so can you or anyone tell me any mods to make my van look more sporty??
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#4
Just checked on ECP too, the part numbers are slightly off.

306 - 471735121

Berlingo - 471730130

Do look a lot thinner than the Berlingo ones.

A debadge makes the van look quite nice IMO, we've got a few members who have customised their Berlingo.

http://www.berlingoforum.co.uk/showthread.php?tid=1339

Also on the above link, a splitter on the front bumper has quite a nice finish.
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How Do You suggest debadging the front grill on a mk 1??
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#6
Read this thread for ideas: http://www.berlingoforum.co.uk/showthrea...ht=debadge

Hit up wimpy too if he is still around. http://www.berlingoforum.co.uk/showthrea...ht=debadge
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thanks for your help, i can see me spending alot of time and money Tongue any other ideas??
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#8
If you do make any changes, some pics along the way would be great Smile

Depends how far you want to go really, alloys, upgraded sound system, footwell lights...could be here all day, :lol:
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#9
Will defo add pics as i go, iv started already got a brill sound system with 2 x vibe slick 12" subs and matching amps. upgraded door speakers, blue footwell lights that just need wiring to power source.

and please do tell me more, i want my van to look sick but still be practical as a van for carrying gear around which is why i origonally brought it. all ideas will be greatly appreciated Smile
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#10
Get a set of wheels 17" are biggest you can go really 15" look a bit small lower it 306 and Picasso springs fit 40mm will make it sit nice and you can still loade it up HIDs will set it off and help see a bit more and led side lights and number plate lights and exhaust universal back box
120mm lowered on coil overs 7x7.5 lenso wheels metal number plats exhaust strut brace front splitter HIDs m3 side skirts Renault
Megan front splitter tinted windows half leather seats momo steering wheel short shift twin edge 1800wts subs roof lining front and back
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