Bolero 680fb

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by rronyag, Jul 13, 2011.

  1. rronyag

    rronyag Read Only Funster

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    Can a Bolero 680fb be converted from manual transmission to automatic if so what sort of price would I be looking at. May have to swap to auto not through choice, but due to injury to right hand, waiting for reply from DVLA.

    Richard
     
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    Richard

    The Bolero is not the determining factor here,
    It would help if you stated Make which I believe is a Fiat, also size of engine (x250 130Mj or 160Mj) and year
    Then ask in
    http://www.motorhomefun.co.uk/fiat/
    or
    http://www.motorhomefun.co.uk/tech-mech-general/

    I think I know the answer but am not certain so I will leave to the knowledgable

    Nice van as we had an 2008:thumb:

    good luck

    Steve
     
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    rronyag Read Only Funster

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    Thanks for your reply, I should have been clearer in my Q, I don't actually own a motorhome however will be buying one in the near future. The year I'm looking at is 2010/11, 130bhp, and just wondered if it's possible to change to auto.
     
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    As you are looking to buy a m/h surely it would be preferable to look for an automatic in the first place.......probably much cheaper than converting from manual
     
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    Hi
    As you asked about a Bolero 680FB then a message to Swift will get you the answer

    http://www.swiftgroup.co.uk/

    or

    you could ask on here

    http://www.swift-talk.co.uk/

    Steve

    Tell them I sent you:thumb:
     
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