The new Thor ACE

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  1. ellen

    ellen Read Only Funster

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    Hello all'
    We just researching getting 'a big one' and have read about the new Thor ACE
    Its a 29.7 ft A class, any info or feed back would be gratefully accepted. We've been
    motorhomers for 8years and have always enjoyed our tag axle autotrails but we've had the yearning for a couple of years now Help!!!!:shout::shout:
    El&Tel
     
  2. aba

    aba

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    looks like a nice rig
    will no doubt drink petrol but thats how it is with these RV's you gain space but you gotta lose somewhere.

    at 29.7ft you will be borderline on most commercial / club sites in the uk as they seem to like motorhomes under the 28 ft mark but i don't suppose many would notice an extra foot or 2 and its unlikely they will get a tape measure out.

    the only thing really that is overlooked is if its over 7.5 ton you need to have taken your lorry driving test although you probably already know this.

    good luck
     
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    Signature motorhomes in Wolverhampton stock new Thor RV's, I think most are supplied with LPG conversion (20+mpg?)
    Buy a copy of the Big Pitch Guide for hundreds of UK sites suitable for RV's, we bought our 34' Windsport 18 months ago and have never struggled to find a site with the BPG near to were we have wanted to go
     
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    Yeah we,ve snook onto sites that state 26ft and under!!!! with our Cheyenne, nobody
    measured us yet:Wink: We are looking at the Thor with the gas conversion as we do travel
    around France regularly. Terry does have a HGV licence but not me.
    Signature motorhomes have been very helpfull, we,re going to visit them this week, we,ve
    got a list of questions and querries on 4 sides of A4:Eeek:

    Its all a learning and exciting experience:Smile:
    P.S. The big pitch guide is excellent been using it for afew years with the tag axel,s
    but i do need to update my membership.
    Thanks:thumb:

    Watch this space!!!
     
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