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Sep 23, 2013
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Lincs
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Since 2008 (started in a VW T4 campervan)
I'm a fan. (y) Unfortunately they don't meet our needs (electric wheelchair & associated kit), but the small Romahome is as near you will get to a Tardis without becoming a Time Lord. Clever design.
 

Ambilkate

LIFE MEMBER
Jul 15, 2009
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Shropshire
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MH
HYMER 654
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since 2006
What about your Bongo @Chocy boy Have you still got it
We loved your tales you told us about your first outings in it x
 

Geo

Trader - Funster
Jul 29, 2007
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8,529
Mansfield,Notts
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35
MH
A class RV and Autotrail
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35 +years with breaks
If you are a fan of the Romahome or similar sized vans then we now have a place to discuss them. :) . here.
Linky No Worky:doh:

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Jim

Jim

Ringleader
Jul 19, 2007
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Sutton on Sea
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1
MH
C Class Diesel RV
Exp
Since 1990
A friend of mine who works for Howards in Taunton has just decided to become a dealership for Romahome, hence the advert above.

We do see a few at rallies but not that many. He's convinced there is a good market for single motorhomers who want just one vehicle to be an everyday drive and a motorhome at weekends, I suppose the Romahome does that very well. If Siân ever leaves me I might look at one, until then, for me at least they are about 15ft too short and missing a slideout :)
 
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eddievanbitz

Trader - Funster
Oct 4, 2007
5,873
19,765
Taunton Somerset
Funster No
540
MH
RV
Exp
since 1989
A friend of mine who works for Howards in Taunton has just decided to become a dealership for Romahome, hence the advert above.

We do see a few at rallies but not that many. He's convinced there is a good market for single motorhomers who want just one vehicle to be an everyday drive and a motorhome at weekends, I suppose the Romahome does that very well. If Siân ever leaves me I might look at one, until then, for me at least they are about 15ft too short and missing a slideout :)
Si has just bought a motorhome with his own, actual, money!

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Philcott

Free Member
Jul 17, 2012
675
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Bury St Edmunds
Funster No
22,011
MH
Coachbuilt
Exp
1 year on and loving it!
I've recently bought a Renault Master ex NHS passenger transporter. It's got a wedge ramp on the back.

It's shorter than my old motorhome (anyone remember Hexie lol) but a joy to drive. My son and I are busy making a camper in the front two thirds of it, leaving the ramp in place so I can load my electric wheelchair.

I'm looking forward to joining in again at rallies and outings. I've missed you guys :)
 

Freespirit1

Free Member
Sep 3, 2013
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West Wales
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27,912
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A Class
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Short while after a gap of many years.
If you are a fan of the Romahome or similar sized vans then we now have a place to discuss them. :)
Presumably for small people??

Just asking as some say :)

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