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Old 09-08-2013, 10:10 AM   #1
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Well hello there, I'm tickled pink to announce that after much deliberation we have finally bought our very first Class A Coach

She is a 2006 Four Winds Hurricane 30Q with about 15.5 k miles on the clock and whilst a compromise in some categories is exactly what we want.
The coach is undergoing her final preparation having undergone a full engine and habitation service/checks, has had new tyres fitted all round and is ready for us towards the end of this week

We can't wait to pick her up and get out on the road over here in England.

Best wishes to you all and enjoy your motoring

Mike and Carole.
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Congrats to you both. Be sure to post some pics for us who are across the pond .
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Congrats on the new coach. Post some pics in the New Rig Forum.
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Thanks Cliff, Tallulah and Buddy. Will get some photos up as soon as we can. I've already bought a journal to keep a full record of all our travels. I hope this will be of some interest to our family in future generations.
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Congrats on the new coach. Post some pics in the New Rig Forum.
I guess that was where the post should have been placed.
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Congratulations on your coach. Many happy adventures are waiting for you.
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I'd be interested to find out how a LHD, 8" 6" wide rig handles the UK roads, particularly in the Lake District or the Southwest.
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Congrats! We bought our first five months ago and now have a journal filled with memories already.
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Well hello there, I'm tickled pink to announce that after much deliberation we have finally bought our very first Class A Coach

She is a 2006 Four Winds Hurricane 30Q with about 15.5 k miles on the clock and whilst a compromise in some categories is exactly what we want.
The coach is undergoing her final preparation having undergone a full engine and habitation service/checks, has had new tyres fitted all round and is ready for us towards the end of this week

We can't wait to pick her up and get out on the road over here in England.

Best wishes to you all and enjoy your motoring

Mike and Carole.
Don't have anything to say about your new coach, but Bloodwyn Pig is AWESOME!! The band, I mean.
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