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Spotted a nice Symphony at Cundy-Cross roundabout, Barnsley today at 1350, didn't 'wave' as I was in the car!!
In our 1998 Duetto the worktop covers the whole of the kitchen sink and drainer. This means that the tap has to be low down, so that you need to fill a kettle with a mug. Later versions I believe had the worktop cut away and part folded over so that it
Hi. We have had our Peugeot Boxer Harmony 1999 for just over a year and love it! It is truly a tardis - we cannot believe it can contain so many features. So far we have explored Scotland and the north of England, but expect to travel further afield in
Hi all My wife and I are very, very new to this campervan business, having just bought our '54 plate, 1.9Tdi Trident on 3 September from a dealer who, for the moment, shall remain nameless. We have so far managed just one weekend away in it (which we
Hello. Last year I sold our Talbot Symphony. We now want something slightly bigger, a little newer and diesal. I'm thinking say, mid 90s Peugot Boxer Executive or similar? I do have some concerns though. Can anyone help? I read somewhere that some
Hi All, I picked up my 1998 2.4 diesel Trooper yesterday. I'm sure I'll have to ask some advice on these boards, as I'm a newbie, not only to this forum, but to motorhoming in general. All the curtains are missing in my van apart from the rear
Found this interesting link which is a PDF of Sept's MMM that discusses base vehicles used and the construction methods used in coachbuilding and also the one piece monocoque which are made by cheltenam laminates, AutoSleepers send over the base vehicle