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Hello from Appley Bridge !
#1
Good day,
I am hoping to get a new Multispace in the next couple of weeks.I am hoping to get some idea's off you guys as to what model plus some details on use as a camper.
I want a vehicle that will supplement my camping trips, as somewhere to crash down if the weather is to bad to get the tent set up. Plus the ability to run a little stove.
I have seen several Berlingo on You tube and have been amazed on the versatility and use campers have made.
So hopefully I am looking forward to practical suggestions due to the knowledge you guys have by experience,
Cheers4now, Dave.
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Welcome Dave,let us know what you get.I have kipped in my mk2 multispace by just folding the 40% part of the rear seat Not quite the Savoy,but I only do it when my trips don't run to time.Just carry a 5 litre bottle of water,soap & flannel & you won't smell too much next morning.I then stop at motorway services for other needs.(intake or exhaust)
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(19-08-2012, 07:47 PM)ron Wrote:  Welcome Dave,let us know what you get.I have kipped in my mk2 multispace by just folding the 40% part of the rear seat Not quite the Savoy,but I only do it when my trips don't run to time.Just carry a 5 litre bottle of water,soap & flannel & you won't smell too much next morning.I then stop at motorway services for other needs.(intake or exhaust)

Hi, I currently have a Chevvy Matiz. I spent one night in it but I had to cut my arms and legs off. It was ready dire. Never again, its only 3 foot long.
But you get what you pay for, the Matiz is good for town parking and being nippy, but not versatile. I would be happy if I could just get a 6 foot 6 campbed in one side and my gear in the rest. I hope to get down to a dealership in the week with a tape measure and sound it out.
Cheers4now, Dave
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#4
Good evening Dave , nice to have you on board :wave:
Good luck with your pursuit of a lingo crash pad :thumbsup:
I struggle getting a clean roller of the shelves never mind spending the night in the back Confusedcratch:
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#5
Hello to you.

As you've found out there are a few ideas around. Try a search on here and you'll see some of them
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