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Stretcher Case
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After 3 days of Blingo ownership my dog likes it but I have decided that it is too small, so I had it stretched.
Have also tried getting a picture uploaded for Picture of the Month June 2012, but have failed.
What I do wrong boss?


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I see the hound is behind the wheel in one shot , how much has this put on your insurance ? :whistle:

Only posted a couple of pics myself , assisted mind you , tinypic icon opens new window , then "browse" to find your pic , click "upload" and Robert's your Mother's brother :thumbsup:

Hope that's of some help :thumbsup:
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What a revolutionay idea, a few of us on the forum are debating whether to convert our beloved Berlingos into campervans or to make the temporary lash-ups. As it stands, the standard length body is just too small so a stretched limo effect would be a great contaceptive or even concept.... Just tie the towbar to the gate post and ease away in first gear and watch the beasty lengthen, for those who are not quite sure a pre-modification simulation using Photoshop or similar should suffice.....:whistle::whistle::whistle:Confusedillyme:Confusedillyme:Confusedillyme:
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Good replies you two above, insurance has gone barking mad after that pic, must be a mole on this forum. Went through the Tinypic process and uploaded but with no success. Will try again but thanks for the advice.
Stretched was a quick lash up, yes Photoshop of course, wanted to spend more time on that one & may go back to it. A good three feet extra would make a superb Blingo me thinks, hang on to your gateposts!
Have seen some 2CV conversions where two back ends are joined together on an original chassis, transmission etc removed and the resulting "camper/storage unit" is towed by a regular 2CV.
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I hope you submit " blingo dingo " for Photo of the Month. Great pic.
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(29-06-2012, 08:34 PM)taxi Wrote:  I hope you submit " blingo dingo " for Photo of the Month. Great pic.
OK taxi, was considering that but failed to get a different picture uploaded 2 days ago. Will give it another go, what better to do at five in the morning when you can't sleep! Thank you. Confusedalut:
Tried again & failed to upload....oh Buddah....Confusedcratch:
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