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Old 23-11-2013, 20:25
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Default 2009 Atlas Debonair

Hi, Has anyone owned one of these or got any info on them, cheers Paul W
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Old 23-11-2013, 21:00
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We had one for sale on our site a few weeks ago and it was soon sold. Our site owner said it was one of his favourite vans. I had a look at it through the windows and it looked a really nice van with a very nice layout.
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Old 23-11-2013, 21:12
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We had one for sale on our site a few weeks ago and it was soon sold. Our site owner said it was one of his favourite vans. I had a look at it through the windows and it looked a really nice van with a very nice layout.
Sorry I cant give you any more info Paul
No problems Marianda, any info is useful, can you remember what price it was up for ?
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Hi Paul
After a bit of detective work I think that the Debonair that was sold on our site recently was an older model and included decking. Not sure about the year but the price was about 15k. Sorry cant be more help.
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Any Atlas vans I have ever been in seem to be well built and robust, however as far as this model I couldn't comment fairly.
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I have sent you a pm on value Paul, but just to say they are very good vans, mind you most are nowadays, winters will be ok in the debonair as it should be winter specked as standard (just means a thermal liner insulation under the floor & a few other bits)
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