Motor-Homes Show us ya kit!

Discussion in 'Cars, Bikes 'n AFVs' started by genesis, Mar 6, 2012.

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  1. Bought this not Long ago. I dont think its too bad? cost just shy of 4K. was i shafted? its a 6 berth with full bathroom,
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    Also, is it possible to tow this behind it ya think? its not my everyday run about just something small and cheap i bought.
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    Edited to add
    Im after some sort of Transport to get about on once if parked up any ideas?
     
  2. TheIronDuke

    TheIronDuke LE Book Reviewer

    A simple PM to jarrod usually does the trick. No need to make your yearnings public.
     
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  3. If you got that for less than 4 grand....you done well my son.
    I,m not familiar with dating english reg plates but since that looks like the ducato/boxer cab the oldest it would be is 2003ish
    good deal imho.
    is it the 2.5 0r 2.8? the 2.5 would be under pressure pulling that car.

    1993 not 2003 got my centurys mixed up
    still ok at 4 grand
     
  4. Wont he just tell me to **** off and buy a merc though?
     
  5. Try to get her gender right, or you wouldnt know which way to turn.
     
  6. Its the 2.8, a chap i know has one almost exactly the same and tows one of those Orrible citreon van/spazz wagon things with it.
     
  7. TheIronDuke

    TheIronDuke LE Book Reviewer

    Yeah, but its the way he tells you to **** off and buy a Merc.
     
  8. What year is it?
    1998 kon tikis still making 1800grand.
     
  9. Must be a private plate,P reg was 1975(google is your friend)
     

  10. Yes it was......the 1st time around! That P is a 1996 vintage
     
  11. Thank you,I stand corrected,lazy journalism on my behalf.
     
  12. A bicycle would be good.
     
  13. I replied by PM but the cars likely to be too heavy. Many motorhomes are also near to their MAM when empty too. Microcar or a bike, some use fold up bikes or electric bikes. R. Sinabout and Happybonzo both tow small cars and you need to be aware of the A frame regulations if going abroad.
     
  14. Here's mine

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