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Hi Mr Baker Sir!
Illya Edwards (ex White Hart Sevenoaks) wonders how life is treating you and if your personal four-wheeled Tardis (Berlingo) lived up to it's promise?
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Hi there, Illya,
Nice to hear from you.
The Berlingo you sold me turned into a close friend and carried Sue & me all the way to the south of France when we moved there. I drove it all the time we lived there (4 years) and then gave it away to someone who'd helped us a lot. So now it lives in France. On my return, I bought another Berlingo which I loved until I sold it because we needed a four wheel drive to get us out of problems in hard winters.
The Berlingo's a great car and I'm still full of admiration.
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