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nickp

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Firstly, hello to everyone from a new member.

Having just spent the last couple of days driving across Europe from the U.K. to Moldova, not in a MH i may add, I've been bitten by the travel bug. Unfortunately not having a clue about motorhomes, I would appreciate some direction as to which makes or models would be suitable for a long term live in, i.e. 12 mnths plus .

This is a kind of shortlist of requirements.
New or used, no preference
90% of time 1 or 2 occupants.
Spares availability.
LHD.
Comfort and quality.
Does not have to be fixed bed.
Intend to tow a small car
Will be running mobile office from camper....
Budget max 70k sterling

Kind of non specific I know, but these are starting points.

Thanks

Nick
 

dazzer

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Might be just what your after. We tow our 2 tonne Jeep with it so no worries towing anything.:thumb:
 

Peter JohnsCross MH

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Hi and welcome to FUN

Really depends on whether you want a biggy RV or a more conventional motorhome, we have a Swift Kontiki Tag for sale brand new or theres a selection of pre-owned on the website.

Ask Andy for advice, he is a fellow MH owner but not a full timer.

There are plenty of RV owners on here for advice.

Good luck in your search.

Peter
 
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nickp

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Looking for a conventional style MH.

Having trawled the internet last night the choice is mind boggling, a good motorhome show would be a start...

The plans are to spend 3 or 4 months in Cyprus during the winter and the rest of the year touring around europe. Fingers crossed.....

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N Luyetund

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Hi Nick
Have a look at the m/h mags... there's one that gives diagrams of the layouts... more mind boggling stuff:winky:

Next I'd suggest going along to a dealer or two (and any shows) and spend time sitting in and crank up the imagination...
It'll be too soon to make a choice but you'll have a better grasp on what you don't want.

Make haste slowly:thumb:
 

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