Ford based Autosleepers Rienza

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  1. Quack

    Quack Read Only Funster

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    Hi all,
    This is my first post on this forum so I hope you will be able to help me.
    I have recently, at the age of 74, given up caravanning and am now seeking to buy a motorhome. I have seen Ford Rienza motorhomes advertised on various websites but they all seem to be aged up to 2005. The layout would suit me down to the ground but I rather hoped to get something a bit newer. When did Autosleepers stop producing this model which I understand followed a decision to stop using the Ford Transit chassis?
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    No idea to your question We own an A/S Sigma which may suit you Look at Marquis web site. good luck
     
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    I think AS only build on Pugs and Mercs now.:Smile:If tranny's your prefered base Perhaps you could cast your net a little further :thumb:plenty of vans with same layout

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    They stopped using Trannies a couple of years ago for financial reasons, the last being the Windsor, Ascot, Wilton and Eton. & Hampshire
    The Hampshire which is in effect an Marquis branded Rienza should be easily found although they are putting it on a Merc at the moment.
     
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    Many thanks for all replies. Will have a look at Marquis website to see if I can find one of their Hampshire models of a more recent date.
     
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