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Re: Noob from Devon

Postby Madmountainman » 30 Jun 2015 22:47

I'm going to be up in the Peak District, middle of July for a long weekend. If anyone up that way has one of the aforementioned, I can drop by. I may also take a jolly over to Northstar in Lincs and am currently liaising with Tischer UK in Carmarthen. Lely's are a trip along the coast that i can arrange at a convenient time, it's only the Nordstar's that i'm unlikely to see first hand.
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Re: Noob from Devon

Postby zildjian » 30 Jun 2015 23:08

I have a Skarroser (Nordstar/easycamper/NSR) in your'e welcome to look over

ever up here?

Annoyingly we were in West country up until a fortnight ago on holiday and met another member in Hayle
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Re: Noob from Devon

Postby Madmountainman » 01 Jul 2015 08:07

zildjian wrote:I have a Skarroser (Nordstar/easycamper/NSR) in your'e welcome to look over

ever up here?

Annoyingly we were in West country up until a fortnight ago on holiday and met another member in Hayle


I'd love to drop by and see your camper.
At present, i'm currently arranging to be be in Cambridge next Thursday, so could call by around lunch time or late afternoon/early evening? Alternatively, i'm up to the Peaks Thursday 8th, coming back Sunday 11th, so could make a diversion heading either way.
Any of those good for you?

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Re: Noob from Devon

Postby zildjian » 01 Jul 2015 08:15

Can do the thursday (from about 5PM ideally)
from Cambridge get on the A14 Westbound come off at either Junctions 1 or 2 either will drop you back into top of where We live
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Re: Noob from Devon

Postby zildjian » 01 Jul 2015 09:15

That's 'either' thursday BTW re-reading the post
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Actually we do have that combo

Postby zildjian » 01 Jul 2015 10:56

'BritSC has it in Milton Keynes

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Re: Noob from Devon

Postby Madmountainman » 01 Jul 2015 20:27

It's now official, i'm now a fully fledged owner of a Skarosser. Only been here 5 bloomin minutes and have been sucked in well and truly…. and so far, i have no complaints! :D
More questions to come in due course…

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Re: Noob from Devon

Postby derestrictor » 01 Jul 2015 20:58

that was quick you dont hang about do you
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Re: Noob from Devon

Postby Madmountainman » 02 Jul 2015 08:18

derestrictor wrote:that was quick you dont hang about do you


My wife would tend to disagree with you there. I've been boring my family, friends and neighbours to tears over all the various permutations of a motorhome/camper that works for me.
However, all that time on research came to fruition and I just knew that it felt right, which is something i rarely feel, so when I do, I act on it.
I've bought things in the past, got home and thought 'what the hell did I do that for?' No such feeling with this purchase!
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Re: Noob from Devon

Postby zildjian » 02 Jul 2015 08:36

The SKarroser was the first on sale that we saw and felt similar, My wife routinely reminds me it was one of my 'better' purchases, and I've not regretted it.

I posted a couple in Sweden on last night's sales thread as a comparison and although a long drive to get one its clear you got a bargain.

As you say though, live with it for awhile before doing anything else to it.

You can drop it down to step only about 18" up into it while you search a truck.
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