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From what you have said, bikes go easily into a Berlingo size / Escort / Jumper.

A young lady formerly of this parish was posting pics on facebook the other day of her Berlingo camper conversion which looked pretty neat, manages to squeeze seating, sleeping, gas stove and storage - depending on how much you want to chuck at it and how often it'll get used might be worth a look.

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A young lady formerly of this parish was posting pics on facebook the other day of her Berlingo camper conversion which looked pretty neat, manages to squeeze seating, sleeping, gas stove and storage - depending on how much you want to chuck at it and how often it'll get used might be worth a look.

 

Oooh.  Share please by pm if needs must.  I'm thinking of doing mine out given a new potential career move.....

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Oooh.  Share please by pm if needs must.  I'm thinking of doing mine out given a new potential career move.....

Looked like this but I've no idea what varient it was being slotted into, just saw the flatpack photo of it being delivered and the assembled version which is just as is in the link.

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Ta!  Sliding out cooker thing.... Great!

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Some autos do have DMF, VWs DSG for example.[/quote

Thinking more of an epicyclic rather than a dual clutch.

Here's a car fact. They are all expensive when they break.

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Looked like this but I've no idea what varient it was being slotted into, just saw the flatpack photo of it being delivered and the assembled version which is just as is in the link.

We drove a similar conversion thingy from Sydney to Melbourne, quite comfortable for two people.

Asked the missus about getting a van, she said no. She wears the trousers and must be obeyed.

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Some autos do have DMF, VWs DSG for

example.[/quote

Thinking more of an epicyclic rather than a dual clutch.

Here's a car fact. They are all expensive when they break.

They certainly are!

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