About Classic Motorhome Owner

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  1. Gav and Trudi
    May 28, 2020 @ 07:56

    Hi Paul,
    Great site and lovely to see pics of your old motorhome. So much useful info for older vans here. We have a ’92 VW Cree Autotrail who’s still going strong. Your tips will keep her on the road for a while yet!
    We’ve got a page on our website of vintage vans we’ve seen out and about.
    Keep up the good work and let’s hope we’re all able to get back on the road before long (once this virus situation has settled down).

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    • Paul Fabrizio
      May 31, 2020 @ 20:32

      Hi Gav and Trudi
      Your van looks great. It’s amazing how tough these old vans are. Hopefully, we will be back out on the road soon and get to enjoy them.

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  2. JOHN COWBURN.
    July 18, 2020 @ 20:19

    My partner and I have just purchased a 1990 Renault Trafic Ranger Holdsworth motorhome. We have called her Mavis and she needs a lot of work but we love her.

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    • Paul Fabrizio
      August 13, 2020 @ 12:06

      Thats a great motorhome. Good luck with all the work so you can enjoy using her in all her glory. Fantastic!

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  3. Dean Johnston
    August 4, 2020 @ 10:26

    Hi Paul really enjoying your site and all the helpful information. This gives me some confidence that I have not made a bad choice in purchasing a 1999 Pilote A-Class with high miles and a few problem areas but wonderful living space, light and airy interior with high quality fittings that have aged well over the last 20 years making it a modern classic in my view. I will follow the site and your adventures while making my own and will look to contribute with my own useful info and upgrades.
    Regards
    Dean

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    • Paul Fabrizio
      August 13, 2020 @ 12:14

      Hi Dean
      The Pilote A-classes are great motorhomes. We were considering one before we got the Hymer.
      It would be great to see contributions from yourself and hear about your upgrades and adventures.
      Kind regards
      Paul

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