berlingo help

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Re: berlingo help

Postby timpootle » Sat Dec 14, 2013 12:04 pm

What's new Woofy? Are you giving up on it?
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Re: berlingo help

Postby woofy » Sat Dec 14, 2013 7:39 pm

Hi, Tim, not exactly, got into this van and find as you rightly said in your earlier post the costs do go sky high as one proceeds with the project ! money is tight in the trades I am in (self employed) G-b has been a big help with his advice, and the forum is a useful place for info , I think that these vans and cars are great idea but seem as they battery,s age the amount of maintenance goes up pretty quickly, and do i really want that? the time and possible costs, my first thought was for a cheap runabout ie, fuel costs but that seems to be relatively expense to get to, just a view, all things can change, we will see,
regards Woofy


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