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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 13-06-2012, 18:24
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Used to have an Autocruise Stargazer 2006 and have to say the build quality was excellent and it never gave a moments bother, Autocruise were at their best at that period.

Swopped to our current Autosleeper only because we wanted a Mercedes chassis and couldn't get one with the layout we wanted anywhere else, too early to say if it as good as the Autocruise yet.

You will have a great van there I am sure!
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post #12 of 15 (permalink) Old 13-06-2012, 20:03
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Re: Autocruise Stardream

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so if there's anyone out there that has an Omnistor one and needs a Fiamma, please feel free to contact me!

You have a PM.

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Originally Posted by cabby View Post
we used to have a stardream, great little van, but we needed fixed single beds and a bit more room.What made you decide on a Stardream. are you buying new or s/hand. which dealer are you using.when will it be ready for you to collect. dont forget to let us all know how you get treated on handover and your experiences.

We bought a cracker. paid only 17.500 for our stardream 08 We have worked out what we need to know but still don't know how to work the heating. Can anyone help
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Hi Peggy and welcome to the forum.

What kind of heating do you have? Is it blown air? Wall-mounted gas fire? Make?

A pic of your control panel might help.

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