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  1. novice

    novice

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    Thanks for welcoming Novice to Motor Home Fun.
    I have not posted my Profile yet as I am still trying to master your site, plus I am really busy moving house at the moment. Will do it when I can find some spare time.
    Meanwhile I am looking for some information on LOW PROFILE Motor homes with rear garage storage area, for storing / carrying a motor scooter. I have been looking at two particular models. A CHAUSSON FLASH 04 or a HOBBY 50GS Van. Both are 2011/2012 Models. Any idea which is best for access and storage facilities.

    Any help would be much appreciated.

    Cheers Novice
     
  2. Heyupluv

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    Hi and Welcome to a fellow Yorkshire man.....:thumb:
     
  3. f6c

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    welcome

    Welcome aboard:winky:
     
  4. bobandjanie

    bobandjanie Funster Life Member

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    Hi :welcome: to fun :thumb: we have a few members on here who own Chausson motorhomes, I'm sure someone will be along to answer you questions.::bigsmile:

    We have an a class with a large garage. :thumb:

    Might be worth a trip down to Peterborough for the motorhome show, its the biggest and best. :thumb: Bob and Jane.

    See here: http://www.motorhomefun.co.uk/rallies-meets/42720-peterborough-show-2012-a.html#post510738

    :flyingwelcome:

    Sorry that's our link, this is for day visitors:

    http://www.outandaboutlive.co.uk/Shows/The-National-Motorhome-Show/Day-Visitor-_sh3
     
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  5. truffs

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    Welcome...:Cool:
     
  6. gordoncbrown

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    Welcome. It's a tough question. What suits one person drives the other one daft. It's all down to personal preference. We have a rear L shaped lounge which works for us. Some might not like that. Make a list of criteria and see which one ticks most of the boxes. We did that. For some reason it had to ave an oven and full size cooker. Caroline doesn't even bake at home...........

    Gordon:thumb:
     
  7. Gran & Rog

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    Hello, welcome to FUN
     
  8. wizzer59

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    Hi and welcome to fun :thumb: sorry cannot be of assistance with your question, maybe a search through here might help:Smile:
     
  9. slobadoberbob

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    welcome fella

    Welcome to the site for us also


    Bob, Sue and Ezzie the St Bernard
     
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