2006 Coachmen Concord 300TS 3 Slide For Sale

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  1. dazzer

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    Hi All :BigGrin:

    Ive put the Concord up for sale for anyone interested in it. Its on Ebay here

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie...:MESE:IT&ih=018

    For anyone wanting information. If you want to come and have a look PM me or contact me through Ebay. You can have a look anytime. Price is obviously negotiable but looking for around £58-60ishK :Eek!:

    Thanks
     
  2. Lindy-C

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    Buyin' a Hymer then Dazzer?? :Laughing: :Laughing: :Laughing: :rofl:
     
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    :Eek!: He would do FAR better to upgrade to decent sized RV. :Laughing:
     
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    Actually the motorhome im really looking for is one of those Bambi motorhomes, you know the ones I mean.

    We could use it as a wheel chock for when we get the new RV next year!!!
     
  5. Lindy-C

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    Good to see you back on form Dazzer though this time go easy on the locals.....some of them won't have seen your humour before and may not be used to it :Laughing: :Laughing:

    Why not kick off Jimjam's shiny new Classified section......perhaps he'll do a "Wanted" section so you can find your wheel chock too :Laughing: :rofl: :Laughing:
     
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    :Cool: I actually nearly bought one of those as a commuter. I'm glad we didn't. We bought a Fiat 1.9 Dethleffs 462 instead. Wish we had bought something a little bigger and faster too. :Frown:
     
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    WWWWWOOOOOOOO HHHHHOOOOOOOOO! :BigGrin::BigGrin::Eek!::Laughing:

    Im the first ever to advertise on Jims shiney new classified section!!!

    Roll UP Roll UP, come on now, once in a lifetime chance to buy a Concord owned by little old me!!!!! (Thats got to be worth extra!!!)

    I guarantee you wont be dissapointed!!:BigGrin:

    OK plug over:Wink:
     
  8. Lindy-C

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    Good luck Dazzer............shame we can't see the pics yet! :Laughing: :Laughing:
     
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    Its a minor technical hitch (the pics are the wrong size i think!!) But funnily enough the Concord has a very strong resemblance to one for sale on Ebay (where you can see all the pics) which looks uncannily like the one at the bottom of my signature!!!:Laughing:
     
  10. Lindy-C

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    Oooooo, so it does :Laughing:

    There are some other very nice RVs on Ebay at the mo' too :Wink: :Wink:
     
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    :Cool: I'll swap you my Newmar, my Dethleffs, £500 and my conkers?








    :RollEyes: Oh! and my cheques that's are in the post from my 3 African Lottery wins. :Wink:
     
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    Very true!!! I was drooling over a couple of nearly new and brand new A class that caught my eye. One of em is brand new and SSSSOOOOOOO much cheaper than the other dealers. Rumour has it that the lady selling them is rather nice as well!!!:Wink:
     
  13. Lindy-C

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    Keep creepin' Dazzer....I could get used to it :Laughing: :Laughing:

    JSW, I think you'll have to add a couple of kidneys to that list too......he's already turned down the offer of a "very nice" Jag :Laughing: :Laughing:
     
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    Now ill have to give it a bit of thought but i really think your trying to have me over. :Err:

    I mean, come on £500.00!!!! Its bad enough that ill be lumbered with that tiny thing you call an RV not to mention the fact that ill also have to get rid of a Eurovan (which would mean I would have to actually drive it :Eek!:!).

    Like the sound of the conkers though. I think if you were to throw in the fuel for your RV for say 18 months we might be able to shake hands.........what do you say???:Wink:
     
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    Do they actually make a "very nice" jag?:Mad:?? Lets not forget boys and girls im only a spring chicken!! Arnt Jags for the more mature driver???

    Now if someone was to come along and want to part ex a Ford Lightning :Cool: :BigGrin: that would be a very different story!!!!
     
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    :Cool: Now then. Let me see? Based on the Fuel used in the last 18 months? I have used £440 worth. I think I could accept that. :Laughing:


    :Cool: BTW. Don't have a Ford Lightning. But I did once own a BSA Lightning. :Laughing:
     
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    Arrrr yes I should have said the fuel I will use over the next 18 months. I plan on doing about 50000 miles a year so if you can calculate fuel for 75000 miles and just add that on then I think i will be happy with it.:BigGrin:

    The BSA lightning would fit very nicely in the back of the Ford Lightning though!!!:Laughing:
     

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