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  1. tattoobaz

    tattoobaz

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    Hi all

    where do i start.... well me and the wife have finally decided to purchase a motorhome.What or where from i have no idea yet the only thing i know for sure is my budget of £35,000 (any ideas would be great ;) ) so i will be asking plenty more questions in the very near future so look forward to speaking with lots of you.

    Barry and Jackie
     
  2. Brisey

    Brisey Funster Life Member

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    Hi tattoobaz and:welcome:to MHFun.:thumb:
    Lots of friendly and knowledgeable folk on here to help and advise, all you have to do is ask.::bigsmile:
     
  3. old-mo

    old-mo Funster Extra Special Life Member

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    Hi from sunny Weymouth,,:welcome:

    Posted at 03.35 in the morning !!! this motorhome lark is supposed to be fun, dont loose any sleep over it, you will find the M.H. you want,, eventually :winky::ROFLMAO:
     
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    Hello good morning and welcome Barry and Jackie. Good luck in your search.
     
  5. sirhandel

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    You need to leave your cheque book at home and go look at lots of motorhomes to determine the configuration you want. For example - my wife and I decided we wanted a fixed rear bed layout as she didn't want the hassle of making up beds every night plus you find that this arrangement usually has a huge garage to swallow up all our junk. The larger dealers have a bigger range to look at such as Highbridge and West Country MHs in Somerset or Brownhills at Swindon and Newark. I'm sure others will be able to suggest other dealers to visit. Take your time and enjoy yourselves.
    Good luck.
     
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    Whcih ever motorhome you decide on make sure it has enough passenger seatbelts for any passengers you might occasionally take with you.Be it friends,family or grandchildren
    A lot of motorhomes might be advertised as 6 berth but could only have 3 passenger seatbelts. Everyone travelling in the vehicle needs to buckle up safely.

    Welcome to the forum
    maggie
     
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    Hi Barry & Jackie WELCOME to the fun:winky:

    Any questions just ask away. But as already said do plenty of looking first:thumb:



    Dave:thumb::thumb:
     
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    Johns_Cross_Motorhomes Trader - Motorhome & Accessory Sales

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    Hio Barry and Jackie, welcome to FUN and enjoy.

    Come and have a chat to Andy, he actually lives full time in his and what he doesnt know is not worth knowing!

    Peter
     
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    hilldweller Funster Life Member

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    Plenty of cash that.

    But the question is - buy a decent new one ( probably with dodgy gearbox ) or a magnificent old one ?

    Hard choice.

    Or is it ?
     
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    Hi tattoobaz and:welcome:

    regards
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  12. tattoobaz

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    wow what a great response. thanks to all for your welcomes that is definately the best response i have ever had on any forum. I am due to spend the next week or so viewing a few different vehicles so here we go !!!!

    thanks again

    Baz
     
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    Hi and welcome, Hope you find what you want soon.

    maggie

    p.s. i have sent you a pm re: 1 motorhome I know of for sale within your budget thats 4 yrs old. A Geist Phantom
     
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