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2013 Black Berlingo Enterprise spec
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Here are some pics of my new Berlingo van with the Enterprise spec, look pack, auto lights, fog lights, auto wipers, cruise control and folding mirrors
   
I will add all the photos in when i get the hang of it!
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#2
very nice bud
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#3
Very nice indeed!Confusedalut:
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#4
Mines the 2012 version- pre facelift
Looks like Mk3's are finally starting to look better
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    Thanks for all your comments
I will see if i can post some pictures of the shelving and ply lined and carpeted floor
                       
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(01-08-2013, 09:19 PM)supersubby Wrote:  Thanks for all your comments
I will see if i can post some pictures of the shelving and ply lined and carpeted floor

Tidy fittting work!
You didnt consider glass back doors?
Not convinced abot the new chevron badge on the back.
Are those Energy Saver tyres?
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(02-08-2013, 07:42 PM)evdama Wrote:  
(01-08-2013, 09:19 PM)supersubby Wrote:  Thanks for all your comments
I will see if i can post some pictures of the shelving and ply lined and carpeted floor

Tidy fittting work!
You didnt consider glass back doors?
Not convinced abot the new chevron badge on the back.
Are those Energy Saver tyres?

Not sure about the tyres, I will take a look.
No rear windows is a blessing for any work van and with the reversing sensors parkings not an issue.
The chrome badges look really good against the black paintwork.
The ply flooring we cut out using the supplied floor liner as a template and then used carpet tiles to cover it.
I wanted a level floor with no ridges and a decent 'hard' carpet so I could slid tool boxes in and out.
The shelving came from eBay and is vehicle specific so no cutting was needed.
Out of all of it the shelving impressed me the most and keeps thing tidy and 'always on board'
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is the rear floor bit around the catches and spare wheel bolt release thing covered in a plastic panel?
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(03-08-2013, 06:50 AM)finny Wrote:  is the rear floor bit around the catches and spare wheel bolt release thing covered in a plastic panel?

Yes, I left about a 100mm of the plastic trim in place just to finish of the transition from the ply to the floor.
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thanks, mine is missing, need to find one

(03-08-2013, 05:12 PM)finny Wrote:  thanks, mine is missing, need to find one

looking at google images maybe didn't come with one
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