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72van
18-03-2007, 17:21
i know this might be a daft question ........but here goes :o

do hymers rust ? :confused:

guest
18-03-2007, 17:24
i know this might be a daft question ........but here goes :o

do hymers rust ? :confused:
my mate has a hymer A class on a j plate
not a spot of rust on it :)

72van
18-03-2007, 17:38
my mate has a hymer A class on a j plate
not a spot of rust on it :)

thats great,
i got a thing about rust.............:o well i haven't but every car i've had seems to have :eek: .......so maybe my hymer wil be my first rust free one :)

ps sam love the pics of your last wildcamp

guest
18-03-2007, 17:40
thats great,
i got a thing about rust.............:o well i haven't but every car i've had seems to have :eek: .......so maybe my hymer wil be my first rust free one :)

ps sam love the pics of your last wildcamp
well im sure you wont go far wrong with a hymer,if i had the money thats what id have gone for...thanks for comment about my last wildcamp pics,we had a great time and it was only around 5 mile from home he he :D

virgil
18-03-2007, 17:42
thats great,
i got a thing about rust.............:o well i haven't but every car i've had seems to have :eek: .......so maybe my hymer wil be my first rust free one :)

ps sam love the pics of your last wildcamp


If you dont like rust on an everyday vehicle get a Renault Espace! Completely firbreglass bodyshell and a galvanised chassis! The only thing to rust is the fuel filler cap as that is the only metal panel on them!

72van
18-03-2007, 17:47
well im sure you wont go far wrong with a hymer,if i had the money thats what id have gone for...thanks for comment about my last wildcamp pics,we had a great time and it was only around 5 mile from home he he :D

i not buying new, gonna get one thats about 11-15 years old, so not to expensive compared to a new one............but still a lot of money to make a mistake and buy a dodgy one:(

grath
18-03-2007, 18:07
my mate has a hymer A class on a j plate
not a spot of rust on it :)
Not a lot to rust on any A class except the chassis:D

Nosha
19-03-2007, 17:00
As per Grath, due to the make up of most 'A' class the only rust is hidden rust, which is normally on thicker elements such as out riggers, mounting points etc. Most Yank's look very good at any age, but are a bit rough when you get underneath.

virgil
19-03-2007, 17:04
Most older Yank vehicles I have seen do not hold up that well internally either!

wigan pier
07-05-2007, 17:11
nowt wrong with rust thats whats holdin my van together ha ha ha ha

monkeynut
07-05-2007, 19:19
Mine is a scabby one too but very solid underside where it counts VW Quality masses of paint and underseal :)

roland rat
08-05-2007, 18:42
i know this might be a daft question ........but here goes :o

do hymers rust ? :confused:
Hi 72Van,
as a Hymer owner I can confirm that RUST isn't a problem, they are a well built motorhome,
Roland Rat.


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