Show us your gear (tents to motorhomes)

Show us your gear (tents to motorhomes)

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Watchman

6,391 posts

213 months

Sunday 7th June 2020
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markiep1 said:
That looks amazing.

When (if) the world returns to normal, I'd love something like that rig to tour the world with for a couple of years.

markiep1

182 posts

104 months

Tuesday 9th June 2020
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Watchman said:
markiep1 said:
That looks amazing.

When (if) the world returns to normal, I'd love something like that rig to tour the world with for a couple of years.
Thanks👍

david mcc

166 posts

68 months

Monday 29th June 2020
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This is the current set up, XC90 and Bailey Strathspey (Ranger)

Bought from my brother for £1250 5 years ago. One of the best things i've ever bought. The wife and kids absolutely love getting away in the van for a few days.

Probably going to buy a newer van this year or next as kids are getting bigger


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woodnut67

267 posts

157 months

Wednesday 5th August 2020
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Our "Dorothy" saved from the scrappie three years ago and brought back to life with a nice pair of Jaaaaaag chairs to boot! She's only done 108k - a mere stroll for what's referred to as a "million mile Messerschmitt". Generally 1000 mile annual hols without any problems whatsover.





Sad Weevil

104 posts

116 months

Thursday 13th August 2020
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Had this Tab 320 for 6 years now, have towed it with successive Subarus, currently this one:


21st Century Man

35,790 posts

216 months

Thursday 13th August 2020
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I really like Dotty, Autotrails of that era were very well built, if a bit old fashioned compared to many contemporaries, even by UK standards, and that generation of Mercedes chassis were a damn good base too. Nice to see it.

blueST

3,359 posts

184 months

Thursday 13th August 2020
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This is our home our from home. Oztent combined with a side awning on the car. Been on many an adventure and love it. Quick to put up, quick to put away which is my no.1 priority when it comes to camping.


Kneetrembler

2,069 posts

170 months

Wednesday 30th September 2020
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LargeRed said:


It is a 8ft x 4ft unit with three slide-outs and a slide-on to expand its internal living area, which consists of fixed double bed, two seat, porta-loo and storage. On the outside (not shown) is a slide-out kitchen. When fully open the unit is (still) 8ft but now 9ft wide.
Has electric hook-up and is pulled by a small Land Rover.

more photos available.
WoW how cool is that, what make / where can I get any info about it from please

parakitaMol.

11,700 posts

219 months

Thursday 1st October 2020
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My new beast




Antony Moxey

6,043 posts

187 months

Thursday 1st October 2020
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That’s a big beast! Got any pics of the inside? The dogs won’t know themselves in there!

AlBondigaz

108 posts

35 months

Thursday 1st October 2020
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Go on then ... here's ours. 2018 Hymer Exsis LHD. Three months into to ownership and already clocked up 5,500 miles! Have been to Far North, Far South, East and West of the UK. Currently just south of Calais about to return to UK after a two week roam around France.



parakitaMol.

11,700 posts

219 months

Thursday 1st October 2020
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Antony Moxey said:
That’s a big beast! Got any pics of the inside? The dogs won’t know themselves in there!
They love it!



custardkid

2,465 posts

192 months

Friday 2nd October 2020
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What is going on in the back
Dog cages or wine caves with a bed above?

parakitaMol.

11,700 posts

219 months

Friday 2nd October 2020
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custardkid said:
What is going on in the back
Dog cages or wine caves with a bed above?
Yeah have dog crates with cctv / climate control and a fold over bed... I’m a dog trainer and I compete in agility so I’m on the road with 4 of them.




cts1975

291 posts

136 months

Friday 2nd October 2020
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I purchased a Wildax Aurora XL in April 2019. I've done 12k miles in it since. We always have it ready to go - it's the only thing that keeps me out of the pub! This image was taken near to Loch Etive in February.

PurpleTurtle

4,974 posts

112 months

Friday 2nd October 2020
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AlBondigaz said:
Go on then ... here's ours. 2018 Hymer Exsis LHD. Three months into to ownership and already clocked up 5,500 miles! Have been to Far North, Far South, East and West of the UK. Currently just south of Calais about to return to UK after a two week roam around France.


Nice, i'd really like something like that in the longer term.

During the lockdown I was on a Skype call with some new German colleagues in Munich, we all did a bit of a personal intro, one of the guys in his 50's said his bit including 'liking travelling around in my campervan', then showed a piccy of the same model .... a bit more than a mere campervan, I thought! hehe

AlBondigaz

108 posts

35 months

Monday 5th October 2020
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PurpleTurtle said:
Nice, i'd really like something like that in the longer term.

During the lockdown I was on a Skype call with some new German colleagues in Munich, we all did a bit of a personal intro, one of the guys in his 50's said his bit including 'liking travelling around in my campervan', then showed a piccy of the same model .... a bit more than a mere campervan, I thought! hehe
It's not huge ... 6.95m long 2.6m high and pretty narrow at 2.2m wide. Very manoeuvrable and fine in narrow lanes and back streets. Under the magical 3.5t limit even with a reasonable amount of stuff onboard so drivable on a standard car licence.

Wacky Racer

34,390 posts

215 months

Monday 5th October 2020
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Our new Motorhome, currently away in North Yorkshire....smile


ApOrbital

8,628 posts

86 months

Monday 5th October 2020
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Get to whitby for some fish n chips silver street.

gpfanuk

78 posts

141 months

Thursday 12th November 2020
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Last ever outing for our sun bleached Outwell Montana. Just after this shot was taken it was unceremoniously stuffed into a wheelie bin. Caravan purchase looming, covid and availability permitting.