Hymer bought

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  1. Forestboy

    Forestboy Funster Life Member

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    The lad went back today for a second look and bought a 2000 Hymer B 544 2.8 JTD.
    His first motorhome but hes done well its a beauty. One owner 27000 miles full history immaculate inside and out.
    Loaded with extras as well jammy bugger.
    Hope he enjoys it as much as we do.:)
     
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    Sounds like he's done well, he won't regret it(y)
     
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    Congratulations to him, hope he has many adventures and fun in it.
     
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    Good luck,and happy travels.. (y)

    Have you pointed him towards this club.. ? :wink:
     
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    How come he didn't buy a Rapido? :ROFLMAO:
     
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    Hymer give him (y) from me, lets hear about his experiences on here.
     
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    Tell him well done from us as well Rory
     
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    Our previous motorhome was Hymer so I'm biased but think he has made a good choice.

    May he enjoy long and happy and safe travels for many years.
     
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    I think we all feel a bit more relaxed after the first trip when we have spotted the inevitable teething problems.
     
  10. Forestboy

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    We've had a 12 year old Hymer for 4 & 1/2 years now our 3rd van and also our oldest (sold a nearly new one to buy it) but also head and shoulders above anything else we've owned. Cannot see us ever having anything else and we use our van a lot and give it a hard life covering at least 10000 miles a year all year round. That probably influenced his decision but he's a smart kid a mechanic and makes his own mind up and does his research before he parts with any dosh.
     
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    Good choice love ours
     
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    Our previous MH was a Hymer/Fiat. It was a great MH and we only parted with it because it was written off late last year when we had a massive blowout on the M4
     
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    Not being biased myself Rory, ;) but "the boy did good." (y)

    I hope he and his partner have many years enjoyment out of their Hymer.

    Cheers,

    Jock.
     
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    I am not showing this one to Alex. He wants a Hymer.
    Sandra
     
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    congrats to him Rory(y) the beginning of another era:)
    Brian & Jo
     
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    Only just run in.

    Does this mean you'll not be able to drag him on bike rides to race tracks ?
     
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    Is there room in the back for the bikes though? Congrats to your lad on the purchase. My MH is the best part of my racing set up.

    Regards,
     
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  18. Forestboy

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    No way he's as bike mad as me and a far better track day rider than I ever was or could be but still cant live with me on dirt.

     
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    Good choice and advice, will probably loose very little at resale also,therefore, a good investment. B544 is highly regarded.
     
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