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  1. Pikey Pete

    Pikey Pete Read Only Funster

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    Saw this today at Caming Roquetas De Mar and couldn't resist taking a photo or two.
    Don't know what type RV it is. It's on Spanish plates and the owner shut his door for me so I could get the whole picture.:thumb:

    Pete
     
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    Motorhome graffiti.I do not like that at all.:thumbdown:

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    I could do with something like that to hide all my scratches, scrapes, dings and dents:Smile:
     
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    Good examples of why it's best not done :RollEyes:

    Nice site, great size pitches, we spent winter 06-07 there.. rumour was that it had been bought by the 'concrete' developers.. :Sad:
     
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    Hardly 'low profile' eh Pete?!!

    Must admit i can appreciate artwork on vans,trucks,mh's etc, especially if done by airbrush. Some are quite incredible though i wouldn't fancy driving around in a 'work of art'....just think of the expense sorting a slight scratch out! :RollEyes:
     
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    I really don't think that would work, it looks bad enough on a MH.



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  7. Pikey Pete

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    It was supposed to close for development in 07 and all the permanant residents were given notice to quit.
    After they had gone, they opened up again for business as usual.:Smile:

    Some say it was a ploy to get rid of people they didn't want. :winky:

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    Hi Pete..

    Like the Brits... :roflmto: either that or the credit crunch has bitten the costa of a costa flat :roflmto:..
     
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