1995 Ford Auto-Sleeper Duetto

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  1. DavidMarsh

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    Hi Everyone,
    I'm the very very proud owner of a 1995 Ford Auto-Sleeper Duetto. It's a really fantastic vehicle, automatic gearbox and all. The camper has only covered 27000 miles, yes it's true, I have all the service records and every MOT issued and it's true, 27000 miles. Although I've owned a variety of vehicles over the many many years, too many to mention really, Americans, Custom builds from SCSporthome and the like this camper is truly what it says on the box. Everything works as it should and we have just driven down from Sunny Southport to Sunny Spain without too much trouble. The exhaust fell off in Agen so I'm going to have to try and get a new one fitted somewhere near to Vinaros. What I'm after most of all is either an original or a copy of the 1995 Ford Auto-Sleeper Duetto Owners Handbook. Any help in trying to find this elusive handbook will be greatly appreciated.
    Many many thanks,
    David. email to marshdc2@yahoo.co.uk
     
  2. DESCO

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    :welcome: DavidMarsh to MH Fun

    Have you tried Auto-Sleepers they are normally very helpful with manuals I have been told.


    Dave:thumb::thumb:
     
  3. Baggins

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    Looks like you got a great piece of kit there with just 27k on the clock.

    Supprised that such a low milage van has had the info-pack go missing - have you looked in every nook and cranny?

    My '98 Duetto is probably very similar, if not the same, specification but my complete set of Autosleeper manual + Carver + Electrolux + Thetford + Zig etc. would take a bit of copying and I'm off & away next week.

    Anything specific you need to know now?

    Regards

    BW
     
  4. DavidMarsh

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    Sorry, a bit late in writing but did get a hold of a Handbook. I'm now a few more motorhomes down the line!!!
    Again, sorry for not replying and thanking you.
     
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    @DavidMarsh :Eeek: Only by 6 years! But better late than never:rofl:
    Glad your still enjoying the best hobby in the world. Motor homing.
     
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    The Spanish postal service is sloooooooow :D
     
  7. DavidMarsh

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