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I swear Traffic was in every way better van than 20 000 more expensive Vito.A higher roof is a must I reckon, so it may pay to look for Ex-ambo's.They often have the roof height done, there's the case of sundry fibre-glass panelling/compartments, so it's a matter of strip out what you don't want.thanks for all comments and suggestions :) I'm also 185cm and I can say from experience, the Hiace won't be the best option.Go with a Ford Courier, Renault, Iveco or something like that.