I’ve bought a Cliff 600 (1 Viewer)

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Peppadog

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After a number question and helpful answers here, I have secured a white, 2020 registered Cliff 600. Its possible I will be able to collect it next Monday.

Getting excited now. Thanks for helping me understand this brand that I didn’t know existed a week or two ago.
 
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Well its all happening. I was in London for the weekend, primarily for medical tests (two year anniversary following heart valve surgery), so we made a long weekend of it. (Thats the medial reason for selling my lovely Hymer - too much grief retaining the C1 on my licence).
Collecting the 'Cliff' 600 tomorrow. The Hymer is booked into to Courtside Conversions, who installed it 3 years ago, on Friday for my E&P self levellers to be removed. The 600 goes down on Monday for them to be re-installed on the new van.

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All done. We found ourselves dog sitting a neighbours mutt for a few days, so I delayed taking the van to Tiverton until Thursday. I got it back the next day all completed. Including a brand new spare wheel and frame fitted for £168 inc vat. My van had one of the puncture kits. I think a spare is better. Though its been many years since I needed to use one!

I’ve posted elsewhere on MF that he has a few taken off new vans that come in for conversion to disabled mini buss’s. The bargain price is because he’d like to sell them on I think. I think he also told me he had more frames than wheels, but not sure.

I’ve already bought, and started installing a new Sony double din sized dab stereo unit. Just waiting for the required facia panel to complete the job.

Loving it so far.
 

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