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andekoch

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Seems we have asked what make of tools are best so how about what van you all use?

I am keen on the transit connect (ford) although was offered a vw transporter in good condition the other day.

Can you tell I am thinking about replacing my current transport? May as well get the benefit of your combined experience before I make my own mistakes.
 
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Sparkymark123

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Won't go far wrong with a VW Transporter. Run forever and you can fit all your trunking/conduit etc in the back if you opt for the 2 seater long wheel base.
 
M

Mac

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Fiat Scudo.Great van.Holds all your kit:p
 
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KNIPEX

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ford transit new shape one, will work all day, comfy too, like driving a car :)
 
company connect long wheel base a bit to tall to park in some car parks but the little version is too small

its nice to have a side door got this van after my escort
 
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