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DSL



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Any pics with all that out but before fitting the commercial kit?

Post #897214 10th Apr 2021 3:41pm
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Defendit..



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Unfortunately not...



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 No Mud flaps for my 90.!
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Post #897215 10th Apr 2021 4:03pm
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DSL



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No problem. That still looks like a much more usable rear space for those of us that wouldn’t have peeps in the back. Thumbs Up

I’m assuming that’s the Dutch conversion to make it a cheaper purchase tax?

Post #897222 10th Apr 2021 4:49pm
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Defendit..



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I would have liked it complete flat, with some cargo space beneath.
Unfortunately restrictions in minimum size for Vans in The Netherlands has lead to this form with deep flooring.

Yes a difference of € 60k... 2 person € 68k, 4/5 person € 128k. No Mud flaps for my 90.!
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Post #897226 10th Apr 2021 4:57pm
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DSL



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Shocked Shocked And I thought cars were expensive in the UK! Shocked Shocked

Unfortunately MrsDSL still thinks that! Big Cry Big Cry

Post #897229 10th Apr 2021 5:04pm
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Digger2000



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Defendit.. wrote:
I would have liked it complete flat, with some cargo space beneath.
Unfortunately restrictions in minimum size for Vans in The Netherlands has lead to this form with deep flooring.

Yes a difference of € 60k... 2 person € 68k, 4/5 person € 128k.


Wow that is some difference! I can see why you did it now but also looks a really good job although I would have a cover over that tray section and a rubber liner

Post #897560 11th Apr 2021 9:26pm
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thepetrolhead



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Defendit.. wrote:
Unfortunately not...



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I've got a 90 HT. Who did the conversion of the bulkhead to glass window? I like that! Thumbs Up

Post #915355 3rd Aug 2021 8:23pm
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Defendit..



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This bulkhead is special produced for the Dutch distributor for retrofiting a normal Defender into a HT.

I don't know if that company who does the conversion, Profi Glass, is willing to sell this piece separately or willing to
export..

Anyway you could inform by:

www.profiglass.nl



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Post #915412 4th Aug 2021 9:45am
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thepetrolhead



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Thank you for the information. It is sincerely appreciated Thumbs Up

Post #915894 7th Aug 2021 10:36am
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Defendit..



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Thx..
Maybe a possibility to place a glass window into the ' prison ' bulkhead seperation wall..
+ some extra ventilaton for the rear cargo area.

Just my 2 cents. No Mud flaps for my 90.!
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P300 S on air, adv.+ offroad pack, DRL+fog, Suedecloth + Ebony headliner - Many Mods..

Post #915965 7th Aug 2021 8:25pm
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Defendit..



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Made some ventilaton for the rear Cargo, behind the vents of the console.



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 No Mud flaps for my 90.!
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P300 S on air, adv.+ offroad pack, DRL+fog, Suedecloth + Ebony headliner - Many Mods..

Post #921132 12th Sep 2021 10:11am
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J77



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Removed mine today, dog’s got a trip to the vet on Tuesday so thought I’d give it a try, very easy, two sharp tugs (one either side) and it was out. Takes about 10 seconds, seat base fits between the front and rear seats.



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