What a 45ft tripple slide out 6ltr gas pusher in rear with garage under .?????
Aye, my original thoughts when I first fancied it, oh probably 15-20 years ago was to get a big twin axle 6 berth but having done my homework over the years and looked at the financial implications, I settled on a 4 berth which will do for me and the wife and maybe my daughter and her man too. I'll be going on fishing/golf trips with my bro too as well as heading off myself.Sounds Great ... I think the motorhome/camper scene has grown tremendously over the last few years, we hummed and arred a couple of years back but decided on caravan and car instead, but in retrospect that was the wrong decision.
Also everyone I spoke to who have owned motorhomes and renewed them most often chose to go smaller not bigger!!
As you know I drive a Mustang GT 5.0L V8. Nissan Micra, pah wouldn't be seen deadYou're not one of those who have a wonderfully luxurious motorhome then drag a poxy little Nissan Micra behind it are you?
My parents had one (motorhome, not a Micra!) and loved it. Not for us but I can see the attraction and why people buy them.
Ha, you are now my personal expertG'day Mate
As this thread starts off 'empty' I am slightly at a disadvantage as to the "why & when"
However - as someone who spends over 250 days each year =IN= our motorhome and has done for the last 15-16 yrs, I can highly recommend it for a travelling lifestyle. Our MH bought new in late 2003 sits on a Ford Transit, it now has 450,000km on the dial. This vehicle followed 2x Toyota Hi-Ace campervans which over a 20-yr period covered a similar distance to today's motorhome
So - what do you want to know about motorhong & travelling ... ?
You front garden is going to be my septic tank and waste disposal area.At long last he admits it, fancy buying a shed on wheels, gave up my caravan as it was a fight finding places on Caravan Club sites all these vans just stopping a couple of nights.
I just parked up in quiet areas, lay-bys, out of town car parks, forest car parks, pub car parks (with permission) beauty spots etc.