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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 18-04-2005, 08:31 Thread Starter
 
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Montague conversion on Mazga Bongo

Am I right in thinking that there is no access from the cab to the cooker as the rear facing seat is located behind the drivers seat and that you would have to get out and enter through the side door. I can find no info relating to this.
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Hi asdm

Try a PM (private message) to Bongomaster, he is a MHF member who will maybe know the answer, his profile and access to a link to message him here:

https://www.motorhomefacts.com/module...wprofile&u=403

or try the website at

http://www.bongofury.co.uk/

There is a forum of Bongo owners there.

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I'm right here. You are quite correct, and this is the situation not just with Montague conversions but with all Bongos and Ford Fredas. Because the engine is mounted beneath the front seats, the front seats are not reversible, and there is no access from front to rear of the vehicle unless you are a family pet.
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Hi Bongomaster

Sorry to have jumped in with a quick reply with your details, I didn't know how often you looked in to the forum.

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