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Old 02-05-16, 04:06 PM   #1
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Default Convert your 806 into a camper van 150

Turn your 806, synergie or ulysse into a mini camper van or fishing van, i am selling 2 home made units to fit in the above cars, the bed box has a lift up flap to access the under bed storage, it has a brand new mattress (6 foot x 30 inches) professionally upholstered with 2 matching cushions, the sink unit is basic with one door and a stainless steel bowl that acts as a make shift sink, both units hold in place with ratchet straps so they can be removed in minutes, both units are made of mdf and painted black, they will fit without any modification to the car, you just remove the seats and fit the units in, unfortunately the car died before i had a chance to use it, buyer to collect from torquay devon 150
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Old 03-05-16, 11:22 AM   #2
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That is such a shame, think you must have the pull type clutch where the release bearing pulls on the clutch plate rather than pushing in the more usual way. The bearing and pressure plate fingers wear causing the bearing to part company from the plate. Obviously its a new clutch but its not massively difficult as the sub frame doesn't need to be removed. Maybe get a quote?
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Yes a mobile mechanic came to buy it the other day and he said it was the fingers, he would of happily brought it but he said the exhaust valve burnt out would make it a big job to get the car running ok
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Old 03-05-16, 05:54 PM   #4
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I had to move my car and the clutch works perfect today, amazing cars how they fix themselves, now if it would just fix it self and fire on all 4 cylinders I'd be laughing, maybe tomorrow it might
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Was the new cable a genuine part in a sealed bag? Wondering if it might have been for sale after previous owner introduced oil into the top of the cable?
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Old 05-05-16, 01:28 PM   #6
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Well it looked new in the proper bag
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