Eton

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  1. Romanymarea

    Romanymarea Read Only Funster

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    I think we are going to buy a ford. Eton motor home,second hand 2006 plate...never had a van before,the size seems ideal for the two of us,any one had any trouble with them,or are they good runners. Thanks. Oh it's an automatic.
     
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    Exciting times....Got any photos of it:thumb:
     
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    hi,when you say eton, I think its an auto sleeper on a transit base.dont think you can go far wrong. we had an A.S motorhome they are a well built van and the transit is a good old work horse, go for it and have fun:thumb::thumb::thumb:
     
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    Nice little van (Ford version of the Nuevo) Any hickups with it should have been sorted by now. The Mk7 RWD Tranny is a good performer, dont think you will be disappointed.
     
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    My mate has just scrapped a good tranny for spares, auto gearbox went and over 5k for a replacement, if its the push button electronic auto be very carefull
     

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