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  1. RichyB

    RichyB

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    I'm a new subscriber, looking to buy my first motorhome in October when my funds become available. I've decided on a panel van conversion as it will also have to be my main everyday vehicle (with my bicycle as my second vehicle!). I have a limit of approx. £32,000-00 max. The favourites so far are a Tribute 650 or a Hymer Trendscout. I want a new one preferably. So, I'm a potential owner rather than an actual owner. Good to join you.
    Richy
     
  2. Jim

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    Hi Richy, welcome to the Fun, good luck on your search for your motorhome:thumb:
     
  3. Brisey

    Brisey Funster Life Member

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    Hi RichyB and :welcome:to MHFun.:thumb: Good luck in your search, keep us informed.:thumb:
     
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    hilldweller Funster Life Member

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    Mug's game in my humble opinion.

    There are so many vans out there with few miles on the clock why not let someone else debug it for you *and* pay for the privilege.
     
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    Hi richy and:welcome:

    regards
    bald eagle
     
  6. madbluemad

    madbluemad Banned

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    Hi Richy
    Welcome to the fun. I have to agree with Hilldweller on this one. You could save yourself a lot of greaf and a few bob with it.

    Hope all goes well, lets's know how it goes.

    Cheers

    :thumb:
     
  7. RichyB

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    Yet the 2nd hand panel vans of any repute hold their second hand value so well, the savings don't seem to be that great on the preloved market. The warranty is well worthwhile. I'm also quite practical myself, so slight modifications etc. I can tackle. I've also lived in my Fiat Doblo for a lot of this summer so the experience of doing that was invaluable! But If I did see a really great used van I would consider that option.
    Thanks for the advice everyone.
    Richy
     
  8. Manouche

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    Hi Richy,
    Welcome to the site, let us know what you end up with.:Smile:
     
  9. Neckender

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    Hi Richy, and welcome, I have an 08 Tribute 650 and it's an absolutly brill van, I downsisized from an Auto- Sleeper coach built and I have not regretted it once. If you want any more info log on to the Trigano Tribby site. tribby.co.uk

    John.
     
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