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Autosleepers Folkestone, Kent

Post by CC on Mon May 16, 2011 12:11 pm

Just returned from a few days at a C&CC site in Folkestone, Kent

Spotted some AS owners who I approached and handed out some forum stickers & calling cards, let's hope they sign up up!

Always amazes me that even small sites like this, nearly always have a good show of AS vehicles, lots of potential for future promotion of the forum up!

Sussex Duo



Pollensa



Duetto



Flair



Clubman




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Post by Paulmold on Mon May 16, 2011 6:49 pm

Is a Sussex Duo the Marquis version of a Warwick Duo which is my wifes favourite - if only it was 6 inches shorter.
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Post by CC on Mon May 16, 2011 7:36 pm

Paulmold wrote:Is a Sussex Duo the Marquis version of a Warwick Duo which is my wifes favourite - if only it was 6 inches shorter.

I don't really know in all honesty Paul, it certainly does look very similar to the Warwick. Perhaps roli can confirm??

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Re: Autosleepers Folkestone, Kent

Post by roli on Mon May 16, 2011 10:11 pm

Looks very similar to me.

My favourite PVC at the moment is the Kemerton which is effectively a Topaz stretched into the larger Pug X250 chassis, the extra size makes it for me. Alas Mrs R wont entertain PVCs so I can only look

ps: its 19 ft 8in Paul

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Re: Autosleepers Folkestone, Kent

Post by Paulmold on Tue May 17, 2011 6:24 pm

Thanks for pointing me to the Kemerton, I'd never heard of it. Had a look at AS website and at 19'8" it is the same as the Warwick. What we love about the Warwick Duo is the two single beds which we prefer but the van is just that bit too long. Unusual that both seats swivel on the Kemerton but are not used to make single beds. Unfortunately the maximum length I can have to fit on my drive is 19'. If the old shape Boxer was still used then this layout would be great but todays Boxers (and also the latest Transits) have such a long bonnet/cab that they are too long.
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