Help Identifying Ci Motorhome Model.

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  1. qwerty123

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    Hello All

    Purchased my first motorhome at the weekend. It had sadly fallen into the hands of someone who was owed money by the previous owner so I did not get much details documents manuals etc. But the price was good. Oh and its leaks like hell, but I'm up for the refit challenge.

    So my first question is, can anyone identify the model show in the pic below? I have search on Google images but have never seen one with the same shape at the front of overhang. Its based on a 2004 Fiat Ducato.

    Thanks in advance for any details :)

    Cheers Paul

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  2. treetops1

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    Hope it still belongs to you .Enjoy and welcome to the FUN. Best £15 you will ever spend lol.:drinks:
     
  3. MH 55 FUN

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    :hiya2: & :welcome3: . . . . The pointy / sharp overcab front end looks like an aftermarket addition to me.
     
  4. Zigisla

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    2004 CI RIVIERA 181 as near as I could find. If not this exact model it is very near.
    Welcome to the house of fun

    :welcome4:
     
  5. qwerty123

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    Thanks, I can see the similarities :) Cheers
     
  6. qwerty123

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    Hell, why would someone do that? Cheers
     
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    :welc:
     
  8. MH 55 FUN

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    Possibly to improve the aerodynamics ?

    Possibly to cover up damage that's occurred when the overcab hit something ? Just a guess.

    How many berths is the MH ? Knowing that info' may help in identifying it (y)
     
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    Maybe at some time it's been up close and personal with a low bridge.
    If it is aftermarket it certainly looks well made with the edge trim extending back along the roof edge.
     
  10. qwerty123

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    Hey it is a 6 berth :)

    I'm 50% way through removing the interior and then going to re insulate and sheet it (and fix leaks). Interior fittings are all perfect, just the plywood got damaged with the water. I am lead to believe it was leave out last winter in the elements and that where all the water damage came from.

    :) Paul
     
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