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jeremyc

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    paignton
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    windfoiling
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    Range Rover Evoque
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  1. Hi, does anyone have an adria with the wet room, folding sink over toilets etc, do they actually work, are they fully useable? Messaged Adria a while backwould said they were built to use, with 10 yrs guarantee. What are peoples thoughts?
  2. personally,( where i was going to nz few backs, which fell through, )i looked into exporting stuff, don't bother, sell it in uk, as it will be commercially cleaned, when it gets to nz, at your expense, as it cannot have anything on it, better to buy it out there.
  3. We popped into local dealer, he said, they are selling out fast, trying to buy stock in, no new vans coming till 20212 vans turn up, and some haven't started building again yet. If u look on likes of facebook market place, quite a few old sheds, people are asking more money than they are worth, we even saw a car with L plates towing a van in paignton the other day. We are having regular accidents in south west, invloving caravans, more than normal. We have thought of buying another, its tempting, but risk of paying too much, and to me the world is far too volatile, to even conside
  4. Well I'm hoping it will be a nicer place, i hope it won't be a country just obsessed with objects, maybe learn that something that not new is still perfectly usable, thats everything, learn to make and mend rather than replace because its unsustainable. Greed needs to stop, look at the people that panic bought food 2 weeks ago, and food waste has gone through the roof. Tax will increase, some will whine about it, but we have to pay money back. Get back to nature it keeps you sane. why go abroad and pollute the environment when we actually live in a beaut
  5. Morning, Looking about there seem to be a large number of used lunar van, but then there seem to be lots of negative comments about lunar vans, as the the layout we'd like is twin single beds there seem to be more lunar vans of that layout, but are they all bad, are they still built in a conventional method i.e wood inside side panels, or have they gone to composite materials, i know there are good and bad every where, I know there has been resent issues with company going into administration, and subsequently bought out.
  6. Morning, Now at last we have a car that will tow a decent sized van, we've looked around for a while, having spent time trawling the net, to me the alu-tech, seems to be one of the best construction styles for all year round use with high insulation, the wife likes the style of pegasus rimini( 2 single beds, good access to toilet without doing a commando roll) i like the orions, in different styles. Then comes the BUTT, since reading threads/comments from of the horror stories of water ingress, etc we're kinda thinking do we actually bother, don't want to be in an argument with
  7. Hi, Reading this with interest, i do like the look of Adria altera 552 up, its looks simple, big bed, settee that just works, no fancy niff naff stuff, as one video review says, its very ikea, which can't be a bad thing. the kitchen although a little small, looks perfectly functional. unfortunately they have an oven, (which from our experience we never used,) the only down side is the bathroom, but i've emailed adria uk, they say its built to be used fully water tight and built to be walked on. Has anyone experienced these? are they as good as they look. Has any got or tried the cave
  8. HI, We used to have a little lunar clubman a few years back, i freely admit i hated caravans, then we got our little lunar, it was brilliant, but little, at the time it served its purpose,it was sold but not upgraded. We now have the car to tow(baby range rover).
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