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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 14-01-2014, 11:10 AM Thread Starter
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Winnebago on a Fiat Ducato panel van ??

Winnebago on a Fiat Ducato panel van ??


Winnebago on X250 panel van

with a 3.6litre V6 280bhp petrol engine & auto box !

Badged as a RAM
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this will give you the opportunity to have LPG as a fuel for the vehicle as well as the leisure, being petrol. Maybe a diesel would have been better.

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Amazing fuel economy, how many MPG?
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Since when does 1 inch off 21ft = 20ft?

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Re: Winnebago on a Fiat Ducato panel van ??

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Badged as a RAM
Don't Fiat now own Chrysler/Dodge?

It's why we get Lancias badged as Chryslers.
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couple of good touches

eg. sliding door fly screen for one


but OH NO! external speakers on the outside for use when sitting out under awning
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Shafts

280hp through those front drive shafts!

we shall See.

At least they get a half decent auto gearbox.
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A double bed only 3ft 10" wide? No thanks

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