Action Mobil Global XRS 7200 – a rugged motorhome

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  1. scotjimland

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    so are you trading yours in then jim?
    would be nice .
     
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    ha ha.. the wife or the Hymer ?
     
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    i traded my wife in but still havent got an actionmobile . must be doing something wrong. ha ha . mind i think its cheaper to keep the wife.
    mind these days i havent got the urge to drive over sand dunes .
    i doo keep looking at some of the jap and chinese 4x4 imports though small but ideal.
     
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    Well built, well spec'd badly designed! Lean over the hob to get to the oven! and have to clear the hob to get your dinner plates out!

    Also, having to sit at the dinette to watch TV? how uncomfortable.

    And a window in the toilet door?
     
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    and I thought she looked great..

    :LOL:
     
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    i can agree with eddie .also no drainer etc . typically german no thought to actually cooking in the vehicle . i find most german conversions are badly designed.
    the other thing is overall height . have been travelling with a few 4x4 trucks and very often rocks sticking out on narrow passes or cables in villages do cause a problem.
    i recall someone taking the telephone line at diabet out a few years ago in a man truck.
    i have always liked the action mobiles with the lift up roofs on box .
    but never mind if you can afford it you could use a restaurant . ha ha .
     
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    Christmas is coming..."Dear Santa,......"
     
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    By rugged, do they mean you don't have to tighten stuff up with a screwdriver at every stop?:)

    Where's the fun in that? It'll never catch on!:)
     
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    Jesus!!!!!:Eeek:

    Just watched the video. It's got TWIN GENNIES!:doh:
    That'll go down well at a rally!:imoutahere:
     
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    We saw one similar to this on a remote aire in Brittany last year. He left around 4pm, we stayed the night. Went for a walk in the morning and saw the vehicle parked on a pitch in a nearby campsite....
    Wimps........
     
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