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post #11 of 20 (permalink) Old 30-11-2010, 21:32
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Welcome to the forum mikeandju, it's great

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Well that's interesting! We are in West Wales and tend to spend much of our time in Pembrokeshire. Where did you find yours and what layout have you got. We have a rear lounge but quite like the look of the ones with a rear bathroom.

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hi yes we have got the one with the rear bathroom its quite spacious and practical look forward to meeting you when we are down that way next i will contact you through the site .thanks stuart and kathy.
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Thinking of purchasing a Swift Bel Air 730. Can anyone advise where I would get spare parts for this if required.Don't see much information on the Bel Airs on the net.
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I am looking for a Swift bel-air can any one help or tell me how they find their bel-air. I have just missed one that was for sale in the Bath area. it was sold the same week as I sold my motorhome. Even to go and see one would help. I went to Malvern this week end, I think their was about 2000 motorhomes but not one bel-air could I find.

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hi i was at malvern this weekend ,i have a swift belair 750..pm me for more info. and welcome to the forums.stuart.
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Hi Stuart "silkcut1105" I did try to pm you but I cant do that as I am not a full member. and I have looked at your profile but no hints to another contact way.

I did walk round a lot of fields at Malvern to try and find a bel-air camping. and a friend saw a bel-air heading in the direction of Malvern.

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I am looking for a Swift bel-air can any one help or tell me how they find their bel-air. I have just missed one that was for sale in the Bath area. it was sold the same week as I sold my motorhome. Even to go and see one would help. I went to Malvern this week end, I think their was about 2000 motorhomes but not one bel-air could I find.

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Have you seen this one in Exeter? http://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C285651
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Hi Philoaks'

Yes I went to see that one about 2 months ago. It looks nice in the picks, but it is just not good inside or out. Its a shame as its just what I am looking for. But I must thank you for you reply.

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New member - Swift Bel Air 740

Hi,I have a Bel Air 740.I have been trying to source a wiper spindle,but no luck.Can anyone help me please.
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Probably the best solution would be to contact Swift to find out what they used when it was built, almost definitely would have been from an existing vehicle, probably from the actual base of your van.
Failing that what's wrong with the one you want to replace? most likely it will be repairable as they are not particularly complicated.

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