Is it "Berlingo" or "Bourlingueur?"

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alan s
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Is it "Berlingo" or "Bourlingueur?"

Post by alan s »

Check out this & be prepared to be shocked as well as surprised at what Franco Sbarro has done to a Berlingo;
Better not look Jon; you'll only want one [}:)][:p][}:)]
http://perso.club-internet.fr/phcalvet/ ... ourgb.html
Alan S [:D]
[edit] forgot to post the link Doh!![:I][:I][V]

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Post by JohnD »

Who remembers Dutton kit cars of the 80's? When I saw the picture of the Bourlingueur I thought they were back again. The Sierra, I think they called it. If I remember rightly, Tim Dutton had a Court case with Ford over the name. Since Dutton launched his kit just ahead of the Ford car, the outcome of the case was that it had to be called a Dutton Sierra. A fibreglass body on a steel chassis using Ford Mk2 Cortina mechanicals.

Jon

Post by Jon »

That is simply vile.
No other word for it.
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Post by FFX-DM »

Er, it looks like a Freelander crossed with Max Headroom (anybody else old enough to remeber him?!).

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Post by Zummerman »

Max Headroom? Quite a young bloke isn't he?