Only seen two of our make of our van in the wild. One was on the way to the Dumfries rally last year and he pulled past us flashing his lights and then pulled into the next lay-by. We pulled in behind him - and we were the only other SunLiving he had ever seen in the wild !!!!!
Flew to Faro last year and on on the way to the apartment our grandson spotted our exact van on the side of the road , it's early 90's as you can see and lhd. He thought we had driven it down somehow !
when we had our Trident we had never seen another one. Parked up in a little village one day (Brecon Beacons area i think but not sure) and when we came back to our van there was another one parked at the side of us.
When I was buying our N&B Arto I and the seller went into the centre of Eastbourne for me to draw the cash to pay, and we parked directly opposite a N&B, albeit a FLair, and that was before I had taken possession.
2-3 years ago we pulled onto an Aire in the Pyrenees and instantly recognised another Arto because he has 'Gretchibald' written on the front which is his avatar on another forum. Quite a coincidence as we live in Poland and they in N. Ireland. Theirs is only 3-4 months younger than ours, so a useful contact for comparing notes. Since met them again, by arrangement.
On our first 'proper' trip with our Carthago we pitched on a very basic and wild aire, just a bit of scruffy waste land really, at the tip of the Cherbourg peninsular.
Having hardly seen another since we collected ours, two more Carthago's pitched beside us, one Swedish and one French.