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post #41 of 44 (permalink) Old 07-12-2007, 17:17
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German products, and particularly caravans and MHs, have always been of good quality. German cars were always superb.....then along came the Japanese!!!!!
Dear Japan,
Please start manufacturing Caravans and Motorhomes in Europe.
Yours in frustration,
Me
Amen to that.
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Originally Posted by EJB
German products, and particularly caravans and MHs, have always been of good quality. German cars were always superb.....then along came the Japanese!!!!!
Dear Japan,
Please start manufacturing Caravans and Motorhomes in Europe.
Yours in frustration,
Me
Amen to that.
Only problem with that is that if you're over five foot six (as I am) the beds won't be long enough

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Hi Ladybird,
I have a 1997 Hymer B544 and its just great, i have had no bother and am looking forward to changing it for a newer one in the coming months.
It s my first MH and i would find it hard to take a chance on another make.
Maybe and i do repeat MAYBE, its one of the more popular A Class Mh,
Now i know after making that comment i will have addled somebody.
When i decided to buy a hymer it was the more popular available in Ireland.
In relation to Agents,There is a Hymer Dealer/agent up around Ashbourne although he is not an offical AGENT, there is also a Hymer Dealer in Waterford.
If you want any further details i can email you.
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Jen36059
Donaghy motor home in Letterkenny Co Donegal deal in Hymer and do usually have a good few on show, thatís where I got mine.
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Hi Patrick, and welcome to the forum.

It was good of you to give the info but it's a very old thread so I reckon requirements will have changed by now!

I also got my Hymer from Donaghey's.

Stick around and tell us more about your MH adventures.

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