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anyone ever made or photoshopped either a lupo or arosa van i.e no rear side windows just wondered what one would look like :)

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hahaha it does look cool :) just wondered what it looks like cheers what have you decided to go for on the loop red wheels an mirror caps?

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That is indeed surprisingly cool :shades:

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Sdi Lump in the front and it will sound like one too!

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I now want a diesel lupo van, genius.

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I now want a diesel lupo van, genius.

im just gonna paint my windows. :shifty:

you can register a register car as a van if you remove seats and rear windows yes?

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A for effort haha

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hahaah i want an arosa van now.. they should of made a 1.4tdi lupo/arosa van id definately of bought one haha

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I'm thinking 1.9 tdi conversion :thumbsup:

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My van was extortionate to insure. Not sure how car derrived vans compare to cars on that score?

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My van was extortionate to insure. Not sure how car derrived vans compare to cars on that score?

Car derived vans seem to be very cheap to insure, i know some of my friends are perusing a few.

Ive never actually done a quote on one myself, but i might, just to see the outcome

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haha that royal mail gti is sickkk! might just vinyl the rear windows = van haha

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There's a van I've seen round our way done in the royal mail colours with 'Royal Nail' on the logo :lol:

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I'm already building this van in my head...taff green TDI sport, 1.9 conversion, recaros in the front false floor/boarded out in the back...if I win the lottery it will get built haha

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i think i have actually seen that ahah.. there are some dodgey cars around cheshire..

mine would be kiwi green arosa sport.. 1.8t conversion, low, borbet a's or ronal turbos that'd be ideal haha

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ooh that sounds good too, tell you what if i do win the lottery I'll fund you to build that too & we'll rock the shows together haha :thumbsup:

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ahaha i would say the same but iv only ever put the lottery on twice in my life haha! more chance of eing hit by lightening twice or something mad an i dont wanna tempt fate but yea 50 mil would do me if i wont the lotto haah!

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There's a van I've seen round our way done in the royal mail colours with 'Royal Nail' on the logo :lol:

If it is the original its a mk4 Escort van with Cossie power. A real sleeper.

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Ah you know it, cheese racing vinyl?

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Just remember it from years ago. Was sub 4 sec 0-60 4wd cossie. What was the guys nickname? Wen or something? He ran a pov spec Mk3 1.3 with near 700bhp Cossie engine and 4wd as well.

Found pics:

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Apologies for the blue ovalness.

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Yeah the guys name was wenny, the vans insane, does the 1/4 in like 8 seconds iirc

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