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Posted: 22.05.2016  ·  #1
Built 1990, German import, LHD, 2.5 litre turbo.
Based (I believe) on the Talbot Express.
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Posted: 22.05.2016  ·  #2
Looks great, and in great condition :up:


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Posted: 22.05.2016  ·  #3
Looks very well looked after, Enjoy :up:


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Posted: 22.05.2016  ·  #4
Thanks for the comments.
Yes it's doing well for 26 years old.
Just had it's MOT and the tester said it's in better condition than some that are 6 years old.


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Posted: 22.05.2016  ·  #5
:drools: Looking good!
I also would use the wolf whistle emoticon but Ally has barred me from that one! :D
Well wear hope you have many many happy and memorable km's.


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Posted: 23.05.2016  ·  #6
Hi. mike, are you lost?
Where abouts in Cornwall are you from?
Van looks like a proper job.


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Posted: 23.05.2016  ·  #7
Looks great ENJOY :up:


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Posted: 23.05.2016  ·  #8
Love the colours.

Great to see another Classic motorhome being put to good use.

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Posted: 23.05.2016  ·  #9
We are based just outside Truro.
"Proper job" implies a Cornish connection. But I have to admit to being from the Midlands, moved here 16 years ago.
I have to say that I despair at the lack of interest from local councils towards supporting MH users here.
Our county relies a lot on tourism, and the abundance of "no overnight parking" signs pi**es me off.
I'll get off me soap box now.


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Posted: 24.05.2016  ·  #10
I'm from port isaac. Cornwall is very strange re tourism which it relies heavily on. Very little promotion compared to Ireland's approach to tourism. Second home owners or holiday let owners are not liked. And the tourists who bring good money to Cornwall are called by a derisory name, emmet.
Agree Cornwall is not overly MH friendly.
Where I live is very much like Cornwall was 40 years ago,


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Posted: 07.07.2018  ·  #11
Quote by Mike C

Built 1990, German import, LHD, 2.5 litre turbo.
Based (I believe) on the Talbot Express.


Hi Mike, just found your post on the LMC liberty. I'm looking at one of these from the same year. How are you finding it two years on and do you still have it?


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Posted: 07.07.2018  ·  #12
I just spotted this post as it has been commented on again. I have an LMC Liberty but it is 1998 and if the earlier ones are as good a build quality as mine for its age I would be pleased. Just the usual base vehicle issues to watch for.


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Posted: 29.07.2018  ·  #13
Quote by gavster1

I just spotted this post as it has been commented on again. I have an LMC Liberty but it is 1998 and if the earlier ones are as good a build quality as mine for its age I would be pleased. Just the usual base vehicle issues to watch for.


We'll keep an eye out for you so! We got it in the end, some scruffy bits, all fixable. Should be heading out on Thursday for a few days. Had a busy few days figuring out how everything works :)


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