Which Hymer has........?

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  1. bubble63

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    Hi general collective,

    I am looking to possibly buy a Hymer that has twin rear beds, over cab double and a good social seating area
    Can anyone point me in the direction of a page that shows all the different layouts or suggest which model I can google please:)

    budget circa £50k, second hand

    Having searched already I can only find new one's which are a little over budget:cry:

    thanks in advance
     
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    I doubt you will be able to find twin rear beds and a good social seating without going 9m +, I don't think Hymer make anything that long

    We have a 800s, (8m) I describe it as an inverse tardis, by which I mean it looks huge outside and tiny inside and we have a transverse bed
     
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    Hymer brochure?

    More recent models are I believe 678, 778, 878 and 680 but there may be more.

    Very few about even in Germany especially in your price bracket!
     
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  4. bubble63

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    looks good and proper headlights as well

    and an amazingly big lounge with the single bed arrangement, I must get a tape measure on mine and see if I have been robbed :)
     
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    depending on how old you want to go & don't mind fiat search for a b774, has singles & a big lounge 7.74mts tag axle.
     
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    We've got a 2004 Starline 680 and have looked at the newer models with the twin bed arrangements and whilst I love the look of the bedroom, the lounge is definitely not as big as it looks in the brochure!
     
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    Have a look here for a brochure showing the new models. Their range does not change too much year on year so will give you an idea of what models to search for. We have the B678, which may suit you - 7.5m long with twin beds at the rear, large garage, drop down bed at the front and we can sit 6 in the lounge. Not sure how old it would need to be to meet your budget though.
     
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    how about my Frankia? its that layout
     
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  10. bubble63

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    Hiya matey
    Might be a bit long to make it into chez bubble, it's only a very small mansion

    N
     
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    Have a look at frankias, the layout you want is around.
     
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    Exsis i678 and B class 678,you'll find some good prices on mobile.de if you want to import
     
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    If you want to import I should wait a while for the pound to improve from its current 1.20 Euros = £1 as it was over 1:40 not so many months ago!
     
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    Don't blooming remind me!!
    According to Farage we have our Independence back - yes because we cant afford to go anywhere...
     
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    Recommend the B678. Great build quality.
     
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    I reckon that a lot of the current fluctuations in currency and stock exchange are because companies/speculators expected to remain and bought forward contracts on that basis either speculating or trying to control their currency exposure in the future. The result is different and many will have to get out of or change their positions causing deals that involve selling pounds and so the pound weakens as a result. As usual, panic, the press, political back stabbing is all adding to the issues and uncertainty and no doubt there will be quite a few dealers making a killing as result! I have resolved to wait a year and to review in the spring next year.
     
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