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306 rear boot full photos
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Thought id start a thread to see what people have/carry in their boots, mine today shifting some gardening bits and bobs

   

Edit: I'm not from Australia, and the photos are straight once added as an attachment but come out upside down when inserted into posts...
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Wow amazed none of it has fallen out
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(22-04-2016, 03:15 PM)7057sam Wrote: Wow amazed none of it has fallen out

Has to be the best thing you've ever said...
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Haha, he still can't take pictures the right way! Tongue

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Do estates count? As I got tonnes of shit in the estates!! lol
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(22-04-2016, 03:15 PM)7057sam Wrote: Wow amazed none of it has fallen out

Magic fairy dust seems to do the trick with these cars...

(22-04-2016, 04:07 PM)Toms306 Wrote: Haha, he still can't take pictures the right way! Tongue

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Do estates count?  As I got tonnes of shit in the estates!! lol
It was taken in the portrait position on my phone Tom Tongue 
Of course Estates count Tom Tongue
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I really miss practical cars!!
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prefer not to say (pulling tarp over dead body) ninja
It goes, it stops (as reqd). Makeup
Hate Housework!
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Taking a full height fridge-freezer to the tip, much to the bemusement of my neighbours who were insistent that I'd need a van....
1990 Peugeot 205 GTi 1.9 // 1991 Peugeot 205 GTi 1.9 16v // 1992 Peugeot 205 GTi 1.9 // 1999 Peugeot 306 HDi Estate
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Had 2 of these in the boot now haha


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(22-04-2016, 04:21 PM)Toms306 Wrote: [Image: Golfbrakesshaftsstruts008.jpg]

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I really miss practical cars!!
Get that ugly thing away Tom :p Bad enough you drive a Ford never mind having that thing on here :p Estates do look pretty win on clones though, and you've used up the space in them well over the years lol
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Haha, whoops, how did that sneak in! Tongue
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I'm not sure i ever took a picture, but i did one trip with a full set of coilies, full set of pro races, rear beam assembly, fully built hdi engine and a separate gearbox in the back of a hatch lol. Can we enter pics of daft stuff on the roof? Might have some from when i took the club barbecue up to pugfest on Fooby's 6, or when i was helping a mate put up a fence - 8' x 8' panels strapped on. lol
306 HDi Deathtrap - 130bhp / 220lbft
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I won't post a photo of my boot as I don't really want people seeing what's in there on most days :p

Basically one of my big toolboxes at all times then add stuff to that depending where I'm working that week, the other day for my commute to London from Hereford I was driving with 3 heavy toolboxes, a generator, stick welder, all my grinders discs and welding rods plus a brimmed tank every day lmao 21mm torsion bars have their work cut out for them with my dturbo work van lmao
Current stable
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'99 306 gti6
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Can't seem to find pics of the moonstones scrapyard trip...

I put so much in the boot it wouldn't move!! Just started ruining tyres and liners so had to take half out lol. lol
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Not really the boot as it didn't fit but can this count, the missus wanted a corner sofa and only one way to get it home (in bits)
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Wow my red estate looks great there tom!
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Haha that Sofa on the roof lol
Yeah lets get some roof and even bonnet photos if anyones ever stuck anything on that... other than people sitting on them haha
That's gave me an idea... anyone got a photo of another person/forum member standing on the bonnet of their car? lol
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Excellent for victims too


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Given the choice between Niall and the sheep. I would choose the sheep!
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Moved a few sofas on there now haha who needs a man with a van when we have such adaptable 306s
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(22-04-2016, 07:52 PM)toseland Wrote: Excellent for victims too

Did anyone see you setting that up? lol
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Repped Toseland lol
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Flol Toseland, nice!
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Not many photos but everything I ever moved in the past 15 years!
The mighty 306 in all guises I've owned have motored me, my wife, my first 4 kids and everything that went along with them including the dog and majority of the 35-40 motorcycles I've bought in the past ten years!
What a fantastic little servant for roughly 300-350000 miles! Smile
Truly magical free to run little cars, and they handle!
The most I ever paid was £2k for a 99 v 30300 mile ph3 diablo meridian in 2005, I put 15k on it and sold for £2600 Smile
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Yesterday I had to go and pick up a load of 8 foot (2.4 metre) timber floorboards - I didn't take a picture but - I had to take a trip to Wickes in Perth (17miles each way),and after pulling all the normal junk out of the 306 I actually removed the 2 rear seat squabs (don't do that very often LOL) and wound the front pass seat back to fully reclined so that the floorboard packs fitted in diagonally.
Yup the 306 is a really practical little car Smile
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wish i had a pic of the full size fruit machine i gave away many years ago to an old member on .net called snoopy from Derby, yes . . . we posted it in his car with passenger front seat way forward, his mate wasn't too chuffed who was traveling with him! . . . .Big Grin
Phase 1 D-Turdo, K14@24 psi, De-cat, meaty backbox, Bosch pump, grinded LDA pin, duel air fed K&N =133.7bhp & 188ft/lbs
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@Toms306, big LOL at the Peugeot-within-a-Peugeot boot pic!

Mine's empty and clean at the moment pending a trade-in situation. I am on the verge of keeping the Pug, so the crap may go back in at some time...

We've moved house with our current Meridian Estate...a real workhorse...
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Once again no pics but in the last week we have taken an old wooden garden shed to the dump (err recycling centre Smile) and yesterday picked up a dining table + 4 chairs - hopefully that will be the last time I have to empty the car out for a while LOL,now hoovered out and looking clean Smile
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Full S16 interior in my rallye lol
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Not mega full, but day to day work tools currently for doing some field work. Love the estate!

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Are old skool 309's excluded from this game? It's pretty close, all you have to do is turn the 6 upside down  Tongue

Ok, well as no-one said no. This old girl was bought last year as a stop-gap by a mate. £310 iirc? It's had a cambelt change, water pump and heater matrix and a CV gaitor, so now owes just under £500 all in I think? It has however done just over 30,000 miles between MOT's!!! The majority of that has been loaded or fully loaded, emphasis on the fully Smile

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