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post #11 of 40 (permalink) Old 05-06-2016, 16:07 Thread Starter
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Wheres the giant bed? is it an A class? Complements on the condition, outside views would be good.
Above the cab.
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I look at the photos and think. Am I doing the right thing? But I know now the kids rarely come with us its time to downsize.
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I look at the photos and think. Am I doing the right thing? But I know now the kids rarely come with us its time to downsize.
No, keep it. You've obviously loved and cared for Frankie so would seem such a waste to part with it. It if still ticks all your boxes and you can manage the length (which you can lol), why change?

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Hang on to it, the grandkids will be along soon.

Nice bit of kit I must say, and they don't really build them as well now !

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No, keep it. You've obviously loved and cared for Frankie so would seem such a waste to part with it. It if still ticks all your boxes and you can manage the length (which you can lol), why change?
Its time, we've had it a long time. We are ready for a smaller van.
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Hang on to it, the grandkids will be along soon.

Nice bit of kit I must say, and they don't really build them as well now !

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They dont build them like this anymore. No EGR to block, No DPF to block, No Dual Mass Flywheel to break!!! and thats not to mention the quality of the Habitation side.
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Ive found a van I like, so am now keen to sell. I keep the van at home so viewing is available easily at times to suit. Come have a look, Make an offer!
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