Old Hymer - with garage added - cheap

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  1. Barclaybasher

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    Bloody neat job that ! And the price is good too !
     
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    Very good, not your usual Sprinter or Tranny race sheds.
     
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    Mmm looks a right heap to me, wouldn't touch it with a barge pole personally:xdoh:
     
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    I suspect he has removed the shower and loo.

    If so, it means he can wash his bike but not himself.

    A proper biker?


    JJ :cool:
     
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    Just made for Yorik.
     
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    that's a bit harsh.. I'm sure someone out there will have a use for it.. :xsmile:

    maybe not as a motorhome, but it could be used as a mobile chicken coop.. or dog kennel :xcool:
     
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    Would you buy something like this ? I wouldn,t. But whatever floats your boat eh !
    Phil
     
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    We sometimes lose sight of monetary values, what's a cheap chicken coop or dog kennel to some people is a lot of money to spend on a MoHo to others.
    A friend of mine bought his wife a top of the range Merc sports car for her Birthday, she didn't need a new car by any means but it was pocket change to him. We had to think long and hard about spending on our MoHo while it may be an old clunker to some it was a massive investment for us.

    Anyway you would have to put come carpet down in the garage or the dog would be cold. :xwink:
     
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    We see this at Waldegraves Back in 2000
     

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    Love the twee curtains on that rear door :xgrin:
     
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    The shower and loo are still there, Mr JJ, its the 'U' shaped lounge he's converted.
     
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    I think you're right

    ....and I still think it's a pretty good job - looks like the van corners and floor have been strengthened.......... and it's even got an ironing board !


    :xThumb:
     
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    I came across this a week or so back. Does look to be a well thought out job. Only bit that lets it down for me is the inside finish of the garage door.:)
     
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