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  1. cobmonster

    cobmonster Read Only Funster

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    Hi all, just back from sunny south of France:cry:. I now have a dilema, we need twin beds instead of the fixed double currently in the Lunar Roadstar, we looked before buying this model, for a twin bed solution but found the Autotrail to be too short in the beds and the Auotocruise does not have the 175ltr fridge freezer.
    Any ideas what models we could look at with a 55K budget.

    Regards Tony
     
  2. cobmonster

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    No ideas then, now I know why I am finding it hard to find the holy grail.:Sad:

    Tony
     
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    Johns_Cross_Motorhomes Trader - Motorhome & Accessory Sales

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    Hi Tony,

    Theres a few options on my website for you to ponder over:thumb:

    Wherabouts do you live in Wokingham, small world, I live on the Sandhurst Road, Finchampsted!

    Peter
     
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    We have just taken delivery of an Adria Izola which has twin full size beds in the back, also has extra cushion and pull out to convert it to super king but we leave it as singles, that was the whole reason for purchasing it.

    Comes out about £48k from Chelstons.

    Any more questions just ask.

    Kevin
     
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    both burstner and euromobil do a rear single bed version as well as adria. not sure of the model nos though.
     
  6. Tony Lee

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    Our Hobby doesn't have twin beds as such but it does have the (so-called) double bed in the rear and another permanent double one over the cab. not so romantic maybe, but when you are full-timing, it is nice to be able to stretch out.
     
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    Well within your budget!

    2008 Karmann-Mobil Ontario 670 Fiat Ducato X250 160 Multijet Power 2999cc Turbo Diesel ManualLength: 22' 1" (6.72m)Layout: Rear Bunks / Forward LoungeHeight: 10' 7" (3.22m)Berths: Four BerthMileage: 2050
    Specification: This 2008 Karmann-Mobil Ontario 670 is the only one of it's kind in the UK and it is going to make someone very happy. This twin rear bunk and forward lounge Motorhome is perfect for cruising the continent and with a Truma gas combi boiler and heater, a separate shower and wash room, on board waste and water tanks, three burner gas hob and gas grill/oven, full size fridge/freezer, external 230v mains socket, all round blinds and flyscreens, full sized Heki rooflight in living area and a massive bed over the cab that folds away to give excellent headroom. The bottom rear bunk folds away to make a spacious garage area. Extras include a Fiamma awning, alarm and bike rack as well as cab air-con and cruise control.


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    Hi Peter

    Thanks for the help, we are in Chestnut Avenue, A.C. Young & Son Builders.:thumb::Cool:
    You may have seen our vans around.
    Tony
     
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    Thank you for your advise I will take a look at the websites.
    Tony:Smile:
     
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    Thanks Kevin taking a look in a minute.
    Tony
     
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    No problem, if you like the idea your more than welcome to have a good dig around at one of the rallies.

    I would say the biggest downfall i have found so far is straight out of the gate they only have 300k of usable weight, so you have to have them upgraded to 3.8 tonne to give you the 600k to be able to stick bike racks and A frames on etc.

    Kevin
     
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