Sporty looking Mobilvetta K Yacht

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  1. jessthedog

    jessthedog Funster

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    After trawling the internet for hours looking at different A class motorhomes, I found one on mobile.ed site that actually has a nice look, (I know looks aren't everything!)
    It also has a cracking interior (from my computer anyway!) and a different layout to the rest.

    Most of the A class I have found apart from the very very expensive or the 8 metre tags, all have front dinette, pull down bed over front driving seats and a rear fixed bed.

    This one has the same at front, but a rear lounge with a fixed electric bed that comes down over the seating. Novel(y)
    148 P.S, Auto
    Automatic, on a 4250kg chassis
    Brand new. All yours for 68 grand.

    NO I'm not a salesman for Moblivetta:)

    moblivetta.jpg rear lounge.jpg electric bed over lounge.jpg dinette.jpg kitchen.jpg
     
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  2. Robert Clark

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    This could well suit the buyers who like the traditional rear lounge layout of a British van
     
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  3. jessthedog

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    Thanks Robert,
    My sentiments exactly. The Brits it seems, like the lounge, because they spend soo much time in their vans because of the weather. Well up North anyway!:LOL: (only joking)
     
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  4. crabman

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    nice looking Motorhome better than the shed on wheels I have :D someone buy it for me cos I am a poor boy :( only just got a pair of shoes and I have waited for them since I was born,
     
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  5. jessthedog

    jessthedog Funster

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    I feel for you crabman,
    I bought my 1st new bicycle for myself when I was 42. My Daughter had about 4 by the the time she was 13. To add to my injustice, my son liked it soo much, he used to nick it (borrow:rolleyes:) and ride it.
    My kids still don't believe that we had a TV with a slot meter on the back that took sixpences! If the sixpence run out, that was it.True story(y)
     
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    I remember well all the things you say and the sixpence in the T.V that always ran out, to day lot of the kids got everything, how times have changed, also T.V was black and white only, tell a kid that and they think your joking,
     
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    We rented ours from Radio Rental! Probably paid for it many times over!! But repairs were swift and upgrades. Didn't notice when mum changed to colour and sat through blue peter before we realised!
    Only ever allowed to watch one hour aday and no coronation street or z cars !! We used to PLAY!!
     
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    when i explained to my children that telly used to shut down at various times during the day they couldnt belive it watch with mother then of till 4
     
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    That's a nice van... not sure how we would manage the pups.. on the think about list though.

    As regards being old... I took our eldest to university yesterday. Now when I went to uni I went on my own on the train with what I could carry. Everyone else arrived the same way. Yesterday everyone arrived with big hatches and estate cars loaded to the roof with all the seats down flat...
     
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    You were lucky:LOL::LOL:
     
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    Brought up by a single mother with 5 kids, it was hell that tele, until my mum picked the lock and just put the same sixpence in time after time. The man turned up to empty slot and she had to quickly get the back of the tele on:LOL::LOL: The good old days:eek:
     
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    Yes, when did daytime TV start?
     
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    You'll have to try 'Crowd funding' crabby, that appears to be the latest trend to get someone else to pay for what you want.
     
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    what's crowd funding ?
     
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    Nice looking van like the rear end.(y)(y)(y)
     
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    Hi Alan
    Nice styling from the Italians. It stood out from the crowd, with the rear lounge and electric rear bed.
    Don't know how Moblivetta stack up against Hymer, Carthago etc. I thought it looked good for 68k.
     
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    Hi Jess,Certainly looks like it's finished well and on a fiat with the 150bhp engine shouldn't have to many problems there,IF we were still looking Would certainly consider it.(y)(y)(y)(y)
     
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    looks lovely :) , mind ya it would need to at 68k
     
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    Wow, looks awesome, I have a 1997 mobilvetta euroyacht which I 'stole' off eBay for 7k. The mobilvetta company were originally cabinet makers, so the woodwork is impressive and ours still looks good after 20 years.
     
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    Sounds like you got an absolute bargain(y)(y)
     
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