DIY Motorhome

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by johnnerontheroad, Jul 15, 2009.

  1. johnnerontheroad

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    Looks an interesting proposal, dont know them but those graphics went out in the late 80s:Doh:
     
  3. The Wallace

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    Looks like they don't know about max overhang rules either if the blue trim one is anything to go by.
     
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    What is that ?
     
  5. johnandcarol

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    Personally, i,d run a mile from any type of outfit like that. advertising on ebay, a thirty bob compressor, and a dated and Chnitzy interior advertised with ameture photo,s.....poses more questions than it answers. Plus, why are there curtains over the screen inside, if you could have seen through, you may have had a better view of the "workshop"???
    I would think that potential MH purshasers will avoid them like the plague, but then, maybe i,m just a cynic:Smile:
     
  6. The Wallace

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    Google - vehicle overhang limits
    then you will know where to find all such info.
     
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    I'm not that interested.
     
  8. sinbad1

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    Neither am i :BigGrin:
     
  9. The Wallace

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    That raises 2 questions:
    If your'e not interested why did you comment in the first place ?
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    what would you do if having bought an 'out of spec' diy van you were refused registration when you came to tax it?
     
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    Perhaps, but does a fancy showroom, workshop and website guarantee a quality service ? The only thing it guarantees is high prices.

    From my experience the two don't necessarily go hand in hand.. Many a back street workshop produces high quality work at competitive prices.

    that said, it doesn't look very professional and the conversion looks dated, but maybe it's what the customer ordered.
     
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    Nothing wrong with ebay and the quality looks OK but like it says its up to you what you want to do with it! If you want you could get them to build the shell for you and let you put the interior in and so on
     
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