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SteveG's Demountable or slide in truck camper

Postby SteveG » 28 Mar 2015 20:23

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97 Ford F250HD 7.3L E4OD 4x4 Extended Cab 63000 miles Bigfoot 2500 10.6 Canadian truck & camper.
2014 trip to Portugal
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Re: SteveG's Demountable or slide in truck camper

Postby zildjian » 28 Mar 2015 20:31

Where in Northamptonshire, thats me too
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Re: SteveG's Demountable or slide in truck camper

Postby SteveG » 29 Mar 2015 15:52

Just outside of Kettering (about 5 miles north side)
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Re: SteveG's Demountable or slide in truck camper

Postby rubberrat » 29 Mar 2015 19:43

That's rather nice, I quite fancy that.
Is that a petrol engine? And where in Portugal - looks familiar
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Re: SteveG's Demountable or slide in truck camper

Postby TrueDink » 29 Mar 2015 19:46

Nice Looking rig. Have you had the LPG conversion?
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Re: SteveG's Demountable or slide in truck camper

Postby SteveG » 01 Apr 2015 05:06

French service area (cannot remember name)
Campsite just outside of Nazare (Vale Paraiso Camping)
Campsite just outside of Figueira da Foz (Parque De Campismo da Gala)
The engine is a Ford Powerstroke 7.3 V8 turbocharged diesel with auto transmission no LPG, on the trip to Central Portugal of 2964 miles it averaged around 16 to the gallon (I think about 3.5 miles a litre) with carefull driving,not the most economical but with the aerodynamic's & weight of a small house not to bad,so fueling up more than once a day a must despite the twin tanks capacity of 140 litres.
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