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Hello all 12 years 8 months ago #86436

  • Rob_374224319
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Hello folks,



Thought I would introduce myself after asking several technical questions on the other forum pages we have finally taken the plunge!!!.



We have purchased a 2003 Avondale Rialto 535/5 which we plan to tow with a Focus Cmax.



We have moved up from a tent to a folding camper and are now looking forward to getting underway with the new van.



Look forward to picking your experienced brains over the coming months.



Best regards



Rob
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Hello all 12 years 8 months ago #86437

  • Steve L
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HI Rob and welcome.



Keep asking the questions and we'll answer as quick as poss.

ATB TTFN Steve L.
Swift Challenger 450/5s & X type Jaguar estate 2.0 D
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