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Hello from Winchester way
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Hi everyone, just picked up a multispace the other day. being 21 its not a cool car haha but its a practical car that im getting ready for the Alps. going to start a build thread as i have some ideas for a bulk head behind the back seats? not sure if anyone has done that in a multispace?

here is a pic of blue lightning

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Welcome benrye & what's that bit on your bonnet?
Don't worry about being seen to be cool, no matter what you drive there's always some pea-brain out there who won't understand. You made a choice to be an individual & not a heard animal! :thumbsup:
03 2.0HDI Forte. I need more cash....






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cheers CitroAddict , im a vw man myself which was a tough decision to go Citroen but these berlingos are amazing!! couldn't care less as to what people think of the beast
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Hi there benrye , good luck with blue lightening :thumbsup:
Don't you think bonnet is too high off the ground to get stone chips dude ?
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#5
Hello &b welcome.

There are a couple of others who's Berlingos sport the same underwear as yours.

What's this about a bulkhead and the Alps - tell us more
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    I have a 2006 van and have put in a fixed bed and under storage...just done the french, swiss, austrian and italian alps in mine and boy it didn't like the thin air up there but she made it all 3000 miles. The picture shows the bed frame and it now has a memory foam mattress on it...the nice thing with the vans are the front seat folds down on the passenger side so the bed frame is the same height for my legs to go through and I have a 5' wife who fits neatly on the other side
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thanks for the pic, sounds like a great trip. haha i was given the bonnet bra so thought i would see how it looked, it might stay might not. i need to put some sort of bulk head in the back so i can load it up to the roof without it all falling in on my passengers. also a good spot to fix some speakers in. once i get going with it i will post some pictures in the photo section.

thanks
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#8
On Mk2 vans, the ladder-type bulkhead (bolts behind the driver seat) can also be used on the passenger side (unlike the MK3:brickwallSmile so a pair of them could form the basis of a full structure. Youll find the fixing points all ready and waiting under the uphlostery.
Would look cool too -perhaps a full sheet of smoked perspex covering them.This would help with noise reduction and the heater/Ac would not have to work so hard

Your blingo looks fine -good luck -keep us up to date.
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because its a multispace i want to put one behind the back seats, so the front is like a car, and the boot more like a van where i can pile it up. i will post some pictures soon of what i mean
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