Unusual motorhome

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by lorger, Feb 11, 2012.

  1. lorger

    lorger Funster

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  2. Hayleylulu

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    The last owner was JJ WAGON:Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
  3. pappajohn

    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    not much good for a British winter......or even some summers :Laughing:

    though you'll never get stuck on a boggy campsite :thumb:
     
  4. maxsdad

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    I thought you didn't like BEER Gerry ! remember the BODDINGTONS:Sad:

    dave e
     
  5. lorger

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    Hi Dave

    Id rather have that than a Boddingtons:Rofl1::Rofl1:

    How are you anyway getting away in the van much
     
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    Open plan camper.......
     
  8. knokinonabit

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    Flppin eck.

    When I first joined the Army (Royal Engineers) one of my first jobs was to transport gravel for the footpaths of Minley Manor (which at that time was HQ RE TA), and spread said gravel from the tailgate whilst on the move.

    Being petrol engines, if you turned the ignition of for a few seconds at about 40 mph, the turned it back on, the unburnt fuel used to explode in the exhaust. Great for scaring the Paras in Aldershot. You had to be careful though, as too much fuel would blow the exhaust off. Oops, sorry sarge!
     
  9. maxsdad

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    Hi gGerry i've sent you a PM
     
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