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Message posted by saz517819/5/2012 at 12:10pm
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Saw this on ebay and thought it might interest you guys!!!
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Sorry cant do linky things!!

Message posted by Goldseeker19/5/2012 at 12:56pm
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I love transporters but that is vile

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Message posted by SYNCRO21/5/2012 at 8:36am
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Seen one of those in the flesh

Not bad looking but I expect a bit of a faf in use

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Message posted by jimsmimm21/5/2012 at 9:47am
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for me the fact it  appears to only have two seats removes  a large part of the day to day practicallity of the vw camper....also unimpressed that they show you the van with the pop top roof in all the pictures next to the listed price of.. 43,795.00...yet if you look through the smaller print listed further down the page you see the lifting roof version is actually   48,445 ..

Message posted by dinkum21/5/2012 at 9:51am
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I think it is a very interesting design. It gives plenty of space on-site compared to just a campervan. The low frontal area should be good for fuel consumption and short length easy to park. Would like to see one in the flesh.

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Message posted by Goldseeker21/5/2012 at 11:39am
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But the idea of a campervan, to me, is that its immediately useable. Stop, kettle on, feet up on the bed. With that extension stuffed inside I doubt its useable at all untill onsite and set up.

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Message posted by mrmiball28/5/2012 at 9:46pm
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Quote: Originally posted by Goldseeker on 21/5/2012
But the idea of a campervan, to me, is that its immediately useable. Stop, kettle on, feet up on the bed. With that extension stuffed inside I doubt its useable at all untill onsite and set up.


Totally agree, and for that reason, I don't like it. Surely anything behind the cab is unusable anywhere else than extended out on a campsite.

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Quote: Originally posted by Goldseeker on 21/5/2012
But the idea of a campervan, to me, is that its immediately useable. Stop, kettle on, feet up on the bed. With that extension stuffed inside I doubt its useable at all untill onsite and set up.


Totally agree, and for that reason, I don't like it. Surely anything behind the cab is unusable anywhere else than extended out on a campsite.

Message posted by mrmiball28/5/2012 at 9:47pm
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Quote: Originally posted by Goldseeker on 21/5/2012
But the idea of a campervan, to me, is that its immediately useable. Stop, kettle on, feet up on the bed. With that extension stuffed inside I doubt its useable at all untill onsite and set up.


Totally agree, and for that reason, I don't like it. Surely anything behind the cab is unusable anywhere else than extended out on a campsite.

Message posted by mrmiball28/5/2012 at 9:47pm
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