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Old 11-07-2018, 22:26
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Hi all
I am eagerly waiting for Friday
I will be picking up the keys for my recently purchased Atlas Debonair .. it is a 2009 edition

It has been transported from another site and there were several things on the 'snag list' that I have been told will be corrected prior to my arrival including a replacement carpet in the hall and brand new mattress .. I have been told that it will be cleaned and valeted inside and out.. I a bit excited as well as nervous ..
I'll keep you informed
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Old 11-07-2018, 22:27
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P.'s I've never owned a static before
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Old 12-07-2018, 08:08
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to the forum, & Good luck with your purchase
If you want any advice or help all you have to do is post, and you will get plenty of help from members, that's if anyone at home!!

It was the first time for me last year, and it's certainly been great, able to go to Anglesey any time we want.
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Old 13-07-2018, 11:56
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to the forum Marsham.

It's an exciting time when you move into your first static. Hopefully all the snagging will be complete but it always a good idea to have another good look around to see if there any more little problems that need attention. If there are, is a better to report them to the site as soon as possible.

Enjoy your first stay in your new home from home.
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Hello and Marsham. Hope everything went to plan today and that all the promised jobs were satisfactorily completed before you arrived. We have an Atlas too (different model and a bit older than yours). Hadn't owned a static previously and only 2nd van we viewed inside. 5 years on we are just as happy with it. Everything feels sturdy and fixtures and fittings etc still fine. Plenty of space and hardly anything I would alter really - except maybe position of some of power points.
Hope you will be just as happy with yours and enjoy many happy times there.
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we've got an atlas and have been very pleased with the quality. I would agree that they are mean on power points and only fit singles when doubles arent really much more.
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Old 16-07-2018, 13:06
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to site, Hope you have some fantastic times at your new van, we are never happier or relaxed than when we are at out van, it is just one long chill out time.
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Old 16-07-2018, 13:32
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Hi all
I am eagerly waiting for Friday
I will be picking up the keys for my recently purchased Atlas Debonair .. it is a 2009 edition

It has been transported from another site and there were several things on the 'snag list' that I have been told will be corrected prior to my arrival including a replacement carpet in the hall and brand new mattress .. I have been told that it will be cleaned and valeted inside and out.. I a bit excited as well as nervous ..
I'll keep you informed
Marsham
It would be interesting to know how things worked out. Hopefully, everything went to plan.
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Hope all goes well Marsham and will be interested in hearing if everything has gone ok.

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