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npinks



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Andy I'm there next month, with my dad and my brother with his new blow up tent Shocked Former Mod/Member, with the most post & Chicken George Arch nemesis

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Ninocass



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2 Berth, surround sound and a DVD player fitted and no Censored in the glovebox, admittedly it doest need towed that often but its day will come!

Post #187488 12th Jun 2013 11:20 pm
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mikeyw



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This is my outfit. New to forum and Landrovers, hope picture worked.
First tow with FL2. Caravanning for about 7 years

Post #187490 13th Jun 2013 1:07 am
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ad210358



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chrisr1806 wrote:
You can't come. Whistle but neither can I. Laughing

Are you enjoying your new D4?


Mr. Green Mr. Green unless you have one you will not understand, Permagrin Thumbs Up

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Post #187491 13th Jun 2013 6:18 am
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close this filthy thread Evil or Very Mad At work
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winner by default of the tractor vs caravan race

Post #187493 13th Jun 2013 7:35 am
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ad210358



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@ Chris
Don't worry about getting approval to get in, even the host is no longer a full member Whistle p****d off with a Digital Keyboard Warrior

Post #187499 13th Jun 2013 8:04 am
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npinks



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go on Chris, you know you want too Thumbs Up
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Post #187503 13th Jun 2013 8:26 am
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Bill Turner



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npinks wrote:
All these caravans could lead to freel2 caravan meet


I have been a member of The Caravan Club for 35+ years and as this is the last year I will be running a caravan rally for the Cheshire Agricultural Show after 30 years I would consider running a caravan meet for the forum next year but would need to know what type of site and area members would like to visit so questions as follows and can I request npink to create a vote on these.

1-Fully serviced commercial site (IMHO expensive)
2-Caravan Club serviced site (IMHO better value)
3-Caravan Club non-serviced site i.e. not loo block but most have electric hook ups.
4-Caravan Rally i.e. I would have to ask the Cheshire Centre of The Caravan Club to be the host on a non serviced rally field (which does not have to be in Cheshire) but would need an early decision by members.

This then brings us on to the question of where an for how many nights?
1-England, Scotland, Deepest Wales or maybe even Yorkshire.

Lets have your initial thoughts and then I will let you know if I think it is feasible.

Bill T.

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http://www.freel2.com/forum/topic16114.html Thumbs Up Life Honorary Member of Wallasey Motor Club.
Licenced MSA Radio Operator for 35+ years.
Rallying is the only sport.

Post #187504 13th Jun 2013 8:52 am
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npinks wrote:
go on Chris, you know you want too Thumbs Up
http://www.disco3.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?p=1084791#1084791


Absolutely no dampness -totally dry!!!! Shocked is this a rare thing in the world of vanning?? At work
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Post #187519 13th Jun 2013 10:09 am
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About as rare as a poor Farmer Whistle p****d off with a Digital Keyboard Warrior

Post #187555 13th Jun 2013 5:35 pm
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bambi68



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England 2011 Freelander 2 TD4_e XS Manual Zermatt Silver

Hopefully my nutmeg and hymey. Nutmeg being the cars name and the caravan is the other one, the hymer is a 530kzg it has a garage in the front, accessed from a side door , brill for loading all the gear in, all the aqua rolls, cables, I pop the awning in there and the poles under the side bed, table, Barbie stuff, with a bit of shuffling I get the nose at 100kg and away we go,

It has a kids end, with 2 fixed fully sprung beds nearly 7ft long, a nice little side seat with swivel table means kids can please the,selves when the get up and can have breakfast etc without having to pack beds up.

It's sat on the drive not been out in it this year yet.





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 My11 freelander 2, xs, Manual, 18" hse sparkles, sidesteps, privacy, zermatt silver metallic, almond nutmeg alacantra, twin electric towbar

Gone my09 xs D3

Post #187938 16th Jun 2013 6:48 pm
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Mav71



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Here's mine :-

The first is our first van, a 2004 Coachman Amara 500/5.

Owned from new, August 2004 to April 2006. The Zafira was a cracking tow car, but very thirsty and not much front wheel grip Wink Wink



We then sold this and bought another new Coachman. This time a 520/4. Owned new from April 2006 to January 2013.

The Land Rover has changed a lot since this picture was taken back in 2009!



Then at the Caravan show in October last year, we ordered this :-

A 2013 Coachman Amara 580/5 with ATC. It was built in December and we collected in Jan this year.







This should keep us going for a while! Glad we don't keep it on the drive all the time though! Freelander 2 HSE Lux 2013MY - Barolo Black with Ivory Leather. Alpine DVD - Privacy -Evoque 20" Dynamic Wheels and more to come.........

Post #188007 17th Jun 2013 10:49 am
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npinks



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is your caravan step in a bag? Former Mod/Member, with the most post & Chicken George Arch nemesis

Post #188009 17th Jun 2013 10:52 am
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Mav71



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npinks wrote:
is your caravan step in a bag?


Yes, we had just got the van home. Freelander 2 HSE Lux 2013MY - Barolo Black with Ivory Leather. Alpine DVD - Privacy -Evoque 20" Dynamic Wheels and more to come.........

Post #188011 17th Jun 2013 11:12 am
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npinks



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its because it new, thought you had a purpose made bag for it Cool Former Mod/Member, with the most post & Chicken George Arch nemesis

Post #188013 17th Jun 2013 11:17 am
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