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    my take
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Hello c40uk welcome that pic just reminded me must have my supper :drool:
                                     Smile  It's too orangey for crow's It's just for me and my dog  Smile

                                                        Heart Heart Love a lot trust a few  Dodgy
 
                                                        

                                        
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Hi & welcome.That looks a neat job.The bangers look tasty as well.Did you make it yourself?:thumbsup:Confusedalut:
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(24-04-2014, 08:58 PM)ron Wrote:  Hi & welcome.That looks a neat job.The bangers look tasty as well.Did you make it yourself?:thumbsup:Confusedalut:

yea made it myself , i`m a joiner so it was only a days job . and only cost a fraction of what they cost to buy . but its good to have a proper cuppa when your out n about , might stick it on flea bay and make another now i have the sizes
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Do the rear seats stay in place? How much will you ask for it? My reason for asking is that it would not be used often but I can see where it would be useful on the Continent for short overnight stops.Hotels take up too much time for me.Ta.:thumbsup:
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Looks Like a good amdro copy ???????
2010 artic silver VTR with EXTRAS.......Confusedunny:
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yea its a ambro rip off . the two seats drop down and then its a full length bed , ambro dont do a three seater camper boot jump , price i`d just stick it on at 99p and see what happens lol, and i used a hi gear camping gas stove and just run it off a 7kg gas bottle will stick a vid on you tube and a link to show it
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cPXFaM-Egeo
just doesnt show the front seats down and full bed out
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(21-04-2014, 09:23 PM)c40uk Wrote:  my take

looks great m8
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What's the deal with stealth camping in EU countries? Is there unilateral law or is it locally addressed?
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Many places you can't just put up a tent and go to sleep wherever you want.
And we all know what hotel rooms cost in more popular areas...

In Norway it's pretty easy to camp; just pitch your tent at least 150meters from nearest house or cabin, stay off the cultivated land and don't stay for longer than 48 hours.
http://www.miljødirektoratet.no/Document...86/M86.pdf
(These rules has been in effect since the Viking age, really, but was rewritten in 1957.)
150 meters = longer than most could shoot with a bow and arrows...
48 hours = plenty of time for even the weariest of traveler to 'haul @ss'. If a group camping outside your village staid for longer than that, or tried to get closer all of a sudden, you knew they were up to no good...
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