Motorhome advise Please

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by Portland, Jan 16, 2015.

  1. Portland

    Portland Funster

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    I am thinking of buying a 2002 Concorde 800> Do any of you Funsters run such a Camper and what do you think of them and do they have any problem area's :madder::inlove:
     
  2. old-mo

    old-mo Funster Extra Special Life Member

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    All way`s strike me as being a nice upmarket M.H...

    Look to be a quality build.. (y)

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  3. New Dawn

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    Hi Portland. Took our Burstner to have a new control panel fitted yesterday. Whilst there saw this Concorde (link below) triple slide out. Had a good look round, fab condition, & quality. Saw it at Travelworld. www.motorhomes.co.uk. Based in Telford. May be worthwhile enquiring.
     
  4. wivvy's dad

    wivvy's dad Read Only Funster

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    New Dawn, sorry to say the Concord you saw was the Concord model by Coachmen, which is an American import. Not the same as the Concorde range, which is a different thing altogether. German for a start, and very big, tall especially.
     
  5. BreweryDave

    BreweryDave Funster Life Member

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    Good reputation - very popular with the Europeans - but as with all MH's, if the layout suits go for it!
    Don't confuse bling with useability.
    Not many in the uk
    Southdown motorhomes have a few.
     
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