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Simon
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8th Jan 11 at 18:25   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Picking up a door tomorrow, will it go in the back of a corsa ok?
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8th Jan 11 at 18:27   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

b?

prob not unless the boots open
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8th Jan 11 at 18:28   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

I got howse door got car, muney low but still hav loads ov muney but no muney.
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oh yeah sorry corsa B, if not may have to take the focus
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8th Jan 11 at 18:30   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

What size.

A 2ft, 2ft 3" and 2ft 6" by 6ft 6" use to fit just about in my old nova's with the back seats down, passenger seat flat. Was tight an quite awkward to drive with the wider one but it is possible.
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Not sure on actual dimensions, its a glass panel single door i'm collecting from free cycle, i'm making a DIY greenhouse
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A washing machine fits if thats any help.
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quote:
Originally posted by corsadonk
A washing machine fits if thats any help.


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8th Jan 11 at 21:19   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

you can get 3 in but its a lot of fucking about


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8th Jan 11 at 21:34   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Personally I'd take the passenger seat out
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8th Jan 11 at 21:44   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

personally, id take the focus
MarkSport
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It'll fit better on the house
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I'd take a bigger car if I had the option will fit if you remove headrests and don't get in


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8th Jan 11 at 22:59   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

take the focus, there is loads of room in them, ive had a dismantled bunk-bed in mine
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Dismantled with a saw into little pieces


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i got a E36 Coupe bonnet in the back of my Saxo (Just) so anything is possible

The boot had to stay open and i was choking on decat fumes most of the way home
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I couldn't fit a Ferrari F430 bonnet in my nova


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quote:
Originally posted by Tomnova16
Dismantled with a saw into little pieces



no, was i tight fit but it goes
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I got a 50" TV in my d Corsa B!!!
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I managed a two seater sofa in the back of my old 1.2 8v B (it was about 2/3rds in)
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got a full drum kit and 4 people in my corsa b when i had it. fits likes a puzzle
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I also had 3 full size doors in my corsa, me plus one other person in the back (not at the same time as the sofa)
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quote:
Originally posted by am4nf
I also had 3 full size doors in my corsa, me plus one other person in the back (not at the same time as the sofa)


Surely bollocks, I struggled to get 1 B door (from a 3dr) from a scrappy in my Corsa
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quote:
Originally posted by Twitch
got a full drum kit and 4 people in my corsa b when i had it. fits likes a puzzle

Bloody hell I once had a drum kit me and a passenger and that was a struggle!
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quote:
Originally posted by dannymccann
quote:
Originally posted by am4nf
I also had 3 full size doors in my corsa, me plus one other person in the back (not at the same time as the sofa)


Surely bollocks, I struggled to get 1 B door (from a 3dr) from a scrappy in my Corsa


3 interior house doors, not corsa doors

 
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