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Re: SECC Caravan & Motorhome show

Post by Paulmold on Fri Feb 03, 2017 11:35 am

Couldn't give my tickets away. Advertised them on 3 forums but no takers. Too late to post now.

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Re: SECC Caravan & Motorhome show

Post by dbroada on Fri Feb 03, 2017 11:59 am

Paulmold wrote:Couldn't give my tickets away. Advertised them on 3 forums but no takers. Too late to post now.
I was lucky to get rid of my destinations show ticket then  lol4

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Re: SECC Caravan & Motorhome show

Post by Askit on Fri Feb 03, 2017 3:19 pm

frederic wrote:Yes we were spendthrifts also, A bottle of still water£2! mind you we were lucky to win free tickets from MMM though they arrived after we had left on the Wednesday for the Show, still got replacements from the organisers office no probs.
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So, was I the only guy who entered that competition and never got the tickets  so_sad Well done all you folk that won, I'm saving myself for one of their big prizes, like shampoo   biggrin

We always take our own water and food, not only is the stuff there expensive, it tend to lack a bit of quality  Whistle1

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Re: SECC Caravan & Motorhome show

Post by frederic on Fri Feb 03, 2017 4:50 pm

Did not win last year but did the year before!
 In 2016 asked Border Motorhomes  Ayr if they had any for the show and their stock answer was 'We are keeping them for our purchases of new vans' but gave me a number to contact when we arrived at the show and if any were left a rep would come out with them. And we were lucky he had!
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Re: SECC Caravan & Motorhome show

Post by Askit on Sun Feb 04, 2018 11:48 am

Off for our annual walk around the Scottish show on Thursday (two for one voucher from the CAMC since we got no free tickets again twiddle_thumbs ). Don’t expect to see much in the way of innovation and don’t expect to be disappointed  snigger

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Re: SECC Caravan & Motorhome show

Post by frederic on Sun Feb 04, 2018 3:01 pm

You will have to fit a 'Ribbon in your Hair' so anyone on here can recognize yous.
Hope the weather is kind though the forecast is non to promising!!
Any more news about the proposed A/S Peugeot van that is going to replace the Topaz? 
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Post by Askit on Sun Feb 04, 2018 4:33 pm

Huh, what hair think_smiley_46  I would have to "bluetack" a ribbon onto my head lol4

Not too worried about the weather forecast, we're going on the train (on a discounted fare rate) there and back. Just got to remember to take the food and drink.

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Re: SECC Caravan & Motorhome show

Post by Peter Brown on Sun Feb 04, 2018 4:50 pm

I remember the first time I got off a train in Glasgow and headed for a drink. The long thin room was split into three lengthways; behind bar, bar and in front of bar. In front of bar was covered in sawdust and I had to convince the barman I was 21 (18 at the time) to get a pint of heavy.

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Re: SECC Caravan & Motorhome show

Post by Askit on Sun Feb 04, 2018 5:11 pm

Peter Brown wrote:I remember the first time I got off a train in Glasgow and headed for a drink.  The long thin room was split into three lengthways; behind bar, bar and in front of bar.  In front of bar was covered in sawdust and I had to convince the barman I was 21 (18 at the time) to get a pint of heavy.

That was to stop the floor getting bloodstained  hugegrins

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Re: SECC Caravan & Motorhome show

Post by frederic on Sun Feb 04, 2018 9:47 pm

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Hope, being English, you asked for a half  cheers! and got one, and not get 3 hauffs like we did when I brought a couple of friends  cheerz!  up to Stranraer in the mid 1960's! 
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Re: SECC Caravan & Motorhome show

Post by Askit on Thu Feb 08, 2018 7:02 pm

Well, I didn't expect much but I certainly didn't expect that the only 4 AS coachbuilt motorhomes on show, 3 were the same ones that were on show last year think_smiley_46

Never mind, a look around the Elddis and Swift stands has helped us both appreciate more what we've got snigger

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Re: SECC Caravan & Motorhome show

Post by frederic on Fri Feb 09, 2018 1:47 pm

Ahh? But does it compare to the Wingamm coachbuilt VW at over £76,000
And what about the 'Rockin Vans' with their bright paint jobs?
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