Join Date: May 2005
Location: Elegant Eastbourne
My Motorhome: Sold it.
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We saw a few of them while we were touring in France this year, they looked a quality van, but was not able to look inside.
Our Mustang was a rear twin wheel chassis, 28ft long. we found it was a very stable ride, if like me you will not be changing ones own wheels then there is no problem.
Rwd are better on soft surfaces such as grass. I have not seen a lowline on any rwd chassis.
we also thinking about it, had a Swift Royal on a VW LT chassis 1996 vintage that was rwd and 5 cylinder 2.5 engine.again very stable on the road.24ft long.
My opinion is that you would be best with rwd on a long wheelbase, fwd for a short.
hope this helps.