Boo hoo, boo hoo

haganap

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Well there's a saying, First to see will buy. Thats exactly whats happened. Nice scouse gentleman has been round and looked over Nessie and given me full asking price for her. :cry::cry:

always makes you wonder if you should of asked for more.

I am not excited to have sold her, why? I should be but I am not?

if anything we are all sad:Sad::Sad:

FFS paul get a grip its a peice of metal!!! Or is it?

sizeable deposit left and now must find my new van within the next couple of weeks. We know what we want and have sought out a couple.
We want an ADRIA coral 670 sk. We also want a bargain, have cash ready, so if one is for sale around the corner from you please let me know.

So its bye bye Nessie, our first much loved motorhome that has shown us a new way of life.:Sad:
 

Braunston

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Hi, Congratulations, just for future knowledge where did you advertise it ?

Thanks

Braunston
 

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One word "Excellent" :thumb:


Good luck hunting and don't be impetuous (you hold all the cards/cash $$$$:winky: it's a buyer market in all ways)
 
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haganap

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Hi, Congratulations, just for future knowledge where did you advertise it ?

Thanks

Braunston
I took your advice Braunston (i think) and put two adverts out.
In on this site and one on Ebay as a clasified add. 28 days cost me £14.95
 

Braunston

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I'm getting old so the memory isn't up to much :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO: but thank you for letting us know

Braunston


I took your advice Braunston (i think) and put two adverts out.
In on this site and one on Ebay as a clasified add. 28 days cost me £14.95
 

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I see by your avatar you have a chauffeur in the picture, did he go with the sale?:winky::roflmto:
 

Papa Smurf

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Hi Paul - congrats on getting a quick result. Now you can hunt down the bargain of a lifetime as a replacement - have fun :)

Papa
 

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:thumb: well done Paul it certainly gives you the upper hand when buying now

good luck
mark.
 

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Hi Paul & Nikki ,we felt exactly the same when we sold our first motorhome (Bessie) ,but we love our new one (Baby Bell ) just as much though ,
Good look on the hunting :thumb:

Lynn:thumb:
 
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Best of Luck with the hunt guys, don't worry we will keep your membership here open even though your motorhomeless ::bigsmile:::bigsmile:


Big Issue, Big Issue, :ROFLMAO:
 

RuthRv

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Hi well done:thumb: what a result, can understand you being sad you have had some great times in her, but hey you will have even greater times in your new one, hope you find one soon :thumb:
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Well done :thumb:
And although you are sad and def NOT excited about the parting of the ways twixt you and Nessie, it IS time to sstart getting excited about your new pride and joy ! ( after all, when you get her home you do not want her to feel unloved do you ??:Eeek: !! )
When we sold our first one ( an A class on a Ducato chassis ) I was sorry for about 8 seconds cos I knew the one I wanted had just come up for sale !
 
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