Tramp CL

Discussion in 'Hymer' started by kiwicamper, Sep 8, 2012.

  1. kiwicamper

    kiwicamper Read Only Funster

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    Anybody know anything about the new models 614 and 678?

    Bit concerned at what appears to be a very small kitchen area.

    Difficult making a decision 13000 miles away:BigGrin:
     
  2. jonandshell

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    Hymer Tramps are a rare beast on these shores!
    How good is your German? It might be worth asking on a German forum.

    In the meantime, this will bump you to the top.:thumb:
     
  3. peter marshall

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    Hi
    My Mate has one kitchen is a bit small just like the Chausson 76 I have just sold, he has had his 5 years I had mine 3 years, you can manage but a bit cramped, We tend to cook outside on the BBQ if poss or in the awning if camped for any length of time, the Tramp is a nice van and they love theirs. Pete
     
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