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  1. 1st gen was built in Turkey. 2nd gen was built in Spain.
  2. In British terms you have Mk1 (Gen1). Some people mix it up with facelifts. Mk1/Gen1 had two facelifts - the model reaching US market being the second one.
  3. Wait what. The glovebox is on top of the instrument cluster (in European models). The center pod has no room for it.
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    K&N in my 2016 TC observations

    It's a gimmick. It does nothing but mess up the MAF and allow too much dust in your engine.
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    Lowered mk1 Connect back to stock

    The differences between Mk1 are only by carrying capacity. There are loads of different cars with compatible bolt patten: https://www.wheelfitment.eu/car/Ford/Transit Connect (2003 - 2013).html
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    Toaster? Nah, couldn't be!

    Let the meltdown begin: https://fordtransit.org/forum/viewtopic.php?p=1725195#p1725203 Right on time.
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    Passenger seat fold flat?

    I'm fairly certain that they do not manufacture different floorpans for different seating configurations and it should be bolt-on. BUT, you also need the underseat console/storage for the middle seat, it's an integrated solution. You would obviously need to remove the standard center console. The 2-seater has a lighter divider, the 3-seater's divider is much sturdier as it has the middle seat belt's upper attachment in the middle.
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    Toaster? Nah, couldn't be!

    Heh. Here we go: https://fordtransit.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=54&t=92502&start=3870#p1724569
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    Citroën Berlingo

    No 😞
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    Citroën Berlingo

    Ordered another one, this time for myself.
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    Ford’s Transit Custom Trail

    I have watched more than dozen Custom videos in past 24h. I was browsing through sales listings looking for a new van and some really nice looking/well equipped Customs popped up but anything I'd like are waaay past €40K and I'm not willing to pay that much for a work van.
  12. https://fordtransit.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=54&t=142179 The engine code is on the door post plate.
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    Drive wheel?

    It’s regular open diff, no preference from the differential side. The transmission is on the left so the drive shaft is also shorter. There’s a theoretical chance of the LF wheel getting more immediate torque but it’s just theoretical.
  14. Yes, these are alloys from the new model. Tyres are a couple of percent bigger than yours but it’s not an issue.
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