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Looking for Autosleeper

Post by Dek on Sun Mar 12, 2017 10:32 am

Hello - I am new to this and hope members can help me or at least advise. Iam having trouble searching for, what it seems, the impossible.  I fell in love with the Autosleeper Sussex Duo or the Warwick or even the Marquiis but do not be able to find by Googling one for a Petrol Automatic and if possible a 4WD.  Do they exist?  I do not want a Motorhome, I find them rather large fo my wife and I to cope with.  Mostly we are going to Dog Shows (Agility) and they are usually held in fields down narrow lanes etc.  Many thanks, look forward to any replies.  Dek
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Re: Looking for Autosleeper

Post by roli on Sun Mar 12, 2017 10:53 am

Unlikely you will find a Petrol Warwick or Marquis Sussex, and if you did think it would be underpowered.  There have been some Fiat Powered Warwicks with Automatic Gearbox but I am certain these were special order and as such tend not to be swopped often.
Peter Brown and myself know a couple in ASOC with an auto box and they are happy with its performance.
There have been no 4wd versions made

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Re: Looking for Autosleeper

Post by burlingtonboaby on Sun Mar 12, 2017 12:27 pm

Hi Dek
Welcome to the forum from Bridlington , you might come across a 4x4 VW Autosleeper Topaz (Syncro ) in your travels .
I had one pitched up next to me at a site in Glastonbury last year .
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Re: Looking for Autosleeper

Post by Ramblers on Sun Mar 12, 2017 4:43 pm

Hi Dek and welcome to the forum from Leicestershire .

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Re: Looking for Autosleeper

Post by dbroada on Sun Mar 12, 2017 4:45 pm

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