For Sale in August 6 Berth 24ft MH/RV

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    Well the time is drawing near, our kids are now of an age where they don't really want to come with us in the RV anymore :Sad:

    We are going to take our Tioga to the West coast of France in the summer hopefully find some sun & surf. The kids are coming with us because we allowed them to bring a friend each :Doh:

    Anyway when we come back we will sadly put our Tioga up for sale :cry: and then hopefully buy a smaller MH/RV :BigGrin:

    I bought the Tioga in Los Angeles in 2005 and imported it myself, it has been a real joy and we have had lots of fun in it, much more interesting than a normal motorhome we think :Wink:

    So if you or anyone you know are in the market for a nice 24ft 6 berth MH/RV then in August you could be in luck. :thumb:
     

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    Had such a great time and the old girl went soooooooooooooooooo well, we fell back in love with her and can't bring ourselves to part with her. :thumb:
     
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    you know it makes sense. :thumb::BigGrin:
     
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    Stick to what you know and love.:thumb:

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    you will regret selling it

    You are not going to find much smaller in size except if you go to a B class - my Winnibago Aspect is 23'9" and that is about as small as you can get with all the goodies. The Roadtreks are between 19' and 21' as are the Pleasureways, but they cost a fortune and are really just an overgrown small van, not really an RV. Same with the Rialtos...nice but not really a yank.

    I had an A class and sold it, worse days work I have ever done.. could not afford to run it back then (over 20 years ago)... wish I had stayed in and keep the RV... but went to a caravan - never again. Next thing was a day van for 6 years - great but not somehting you can live in for a month. So I think you will regret it when you sell it and you will always be comparing anything else with it.. not many UK / European vans that have the Yank bits at a good price and size.

    Think hard and long I would suggest. Then think long and hard some more.:cry:

    Bob
     
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