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    Default My Seat Terra. conversion by Danbury

    I LOVE HER!!

    Although they seem very rare unless your in Italy!
    8 left on the road here
    Any kind of information about her would be very gratefully received thank you

    Zoe

    Dori 5.jpgdori1.jpgDori 3.jpgdori 2.jpgori 4.jpg

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    Default An old Terra thread

    Have you sen this old thread?

    http://www.smallmotorhome.co.uk/foru...e-micro-camper.

    Not a lot of info but a couple of names of members who might be able to tell you something: Peterholden and karenw.

    You could try MMM Magazine. They have an archive of road tests and reviews. They were able to find me a review of my 1999 camper van. A copy of the four pages cost me about a fiver IIRC.

    You could start from the contacts here: http://www.warnersgroup.co.uk/outdoo.../mmm-magazine/

    Hope that helps a bit.

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    What a lovely little vehicle/smh! Thanks for sharing the photos!

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    This is fabulous!

    I always considered the old Fiorino van to be an excellent base for a conversion, but I haven't seen many, if any at all. Seat got it right here with their version.

    Can we have some more pictures of the interior please?

    Panda
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pandabloke View Post
    This is fabulous!

    I always considered the old Fiorino van to be an excellent base for a conversion, but I haven't seen many, if any at all. Seat got it right here with their version.

    Can we have some more pictures of the interior please?

    Panda
    The Fiorino was based on the Uno. The Terra is Panda based but we only got the Seat version in the UK.
    Better a rainy day on the hill than a sunny day in the office!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob B View Post
    The Fiorino was based on the Uno. The Terra is Panda based but we only got the Seat version in the UK.
    Doh! Very true, of course.

    Panda.
    These broken wings are gonna leave me here to stand my ground........

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