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Post by chrisstock40 on Sun Sep 04, 2011 6:24 pm

Hi All,

I was on a site at Broadway last year and saw an Autosleeper based on a VW LT35 5 cylinder diesel chassis/engine combination. Anyone any idea what model it would have been and how many berths it is likely to be. I think it had a central lounge which had 3 point seatbelts for the other occupants. My kids will soon outgrow my hitop trident and I am looking at the alternatives which still have VW units.
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Post by ASOF Staff on Sun Sep 04, 2011 6:55 pm

Hi Chris

Welcome to the forum! The vehicle you saw sounds like a Medallion? [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

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Post by chrisstock40 on Wed Sep 07, 2011 5:58 pm


Hi and thanks for getting back to me.
Not sure about this though, as I have seen 2 berth medallions for sale and this was definitely a 4. Did they make a 2 and a 4 berth model? I thought Autosleeper tended to change the name for the different berthed models. Did the Pollensa ever come on a VW chassis?

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Post by CC on Wed Sep 07, 2011 6:34 pm

chrisstock40 wrote:
Hi and thanks for getting back to me.
Not sure about this though, as I have seen 2 berth medallions for sale and this was definitely a 4. Did they make a 2 and a 4 berth model? I thought Autosleeper tended to change the name for the different berthed models. Did the Pollensa ever come on a VW chassis?

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Hi Chris

Pretty sure the Pollensa only came on the Peugeot / Ford chassis, just did a quick search and founds this Medalion at Todds motorhomes where the specification states 4 berths [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

roli is the one to tell you... he seems to know a lot about all the different models and I'm sure he will advise you if he sees this post big thumbs up

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Post by Paulmold on Wed Sep 07, 2011 6:57 pm

That one at Todds is definitely a 4 berth, if you click on floor plan it states large overhead storage or double bed plus 2 singles or a double in the lounge.
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Post by chrisstock40 on Wed Sep 07, 2011 8:43 pm

Hi Paul,

Thanks for that, it looks the sort of thing I am after. Just got check now that this variety has the necessary seatbelts in the back for the kids.
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Post by roli on Wed Sep 07, 2011 10:18 pm

The Medalion was a big brother to the Talisman, although I have seen one with Executive style layout.

It was made on both the VW and Merc Chassis (same anyway) A very spacious van and as you have discovered like the smaller relations was offered as either 2 or 4 berth (tounge in cheek as the moncoque lutons dont offer much space even in this larger van).

I am told not many were made but they all seem to be in circulation as there are a few ASOC members with them, two of which rally regularly 1 is a Merc the other a VW.

CC has already said the Pollensa wasnt produced on a VW chassis


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Post by chrisstock40 on Thu Sep 08, 2011 8:11 am

Brilliant! many thanks for all the advice, it will certainly make looking for something a lot easier.
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Post by Olly on Mon Jul 30, 2012 4:15 pm

Hi Chris,

I may be a bit late in replying to you but we have the VW LT35 AS Medalliion - 4 berth. We have grandchildren who sleep up in the 'storage/bed' above the cab. I can also sleep up there - aged 63 and 5' 2". The 2 single seats in the cab both have seat belts - the long seat behind the driver does not have seat belts. Good Luck. allthumbz
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