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post #31 of 33 (permalink) Old 05-03-2021, 16:30
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No idea as I would never buy a new van so not looked at new prices. If the second hand market has gone through the roof you would kind of expect new prices to have gone up also but maybe not I dunno.

As for my van not being worth your small change by the way. Remind me, which van is capable of carrying a scooter, mine or yours?

The car is fixed by the way and the van ran perfect for 35 miles picking it up yesterday after not being run since last August.

Both our MHs can carry a scooter, but mine would be safe and dry in the garage, unlike some poncy vehicles with posing rear lounges which carry them on a rack blocking the lounge view. Anyway I do not need a scooter yet - just planning for the future 10 years down the line.


[For anyone watching this 'punch-up' we do this on another forum and on e-mails and telephone. Barry is OK really, just his ideas on MHs are a bit wrong - well he still thinks a Swift Kontiki ........]
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I would imagine any savvy manufacturer will just put them up as and when they like, change the way they mark up the kit, blame their suppliers, etc.

As for Barry being okay, it's a bit of a stretch but I'll let it go, but his IT skills are dropping, he's not helped me on two different problems yet, I'll have to change my name to Ray
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