dealer wa?

Submitted: Sunday, Sep 24, 2006 at 09:02
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Hi all , im new here
Can anyone say weather there is a dealer in Perth for bushtracker caravans pl?
Thankyou in advance
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Reply By: Maximus - Sunday, Sep 24, 2006 at 10:27

Sunday, Sep 24, 2006 at 10:27
NO. Contact Bushtracker direct. We do not need a middle man.
Take a trip to Queensland and enjoy the experience.

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Reply By: The paca people - Monday, Sep 25, 2006 at 22:57

Monday, Sep 25, 2006 at 22:57
Hi Peter,

If you want to see a BT in WA you are welcome to travel south to Bouvard (25km south of Mandurah) and have a look at our 18' with east-west bed (the so-called "yacht" layout). Whilst she may not be the latest BT ex the works, she still looks A1 having been kept in-shed when not on the road/track and is generally representative of the current construction although Steve G would tell you that many of the hidden details and some of the purchased-in non-BT items (stoves, fridges etc) have been inproved since 2002 however the quality of BT's cabinet work and attention to detail underneath e.g. suspension, secure plumbing and wiring out of harms way cannot really be improved upon.

You would be about the 5th person to look thru our BT as a sample but you DO have to go to the works to finalise a new caravan order.

Call us on 08 9582 1950.

Go the WC Eagles !

Martin & Christine
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Reply By: Bushtracker - Monday, Sep 25, 2006 at 23:40

Monday, Sep 25, 2006 at 23:40
Nothing beats a trip to the Factory to see the latest developments. In all fairness, we have just about improved on everything. The hitch is better now, new stove is better, fridges, batteries, chargers, regulators,alarm systems, temperature probes in battery boxes, a lot has changed and been improved upon. Read out panels for inverters and chargers, electronic ignition hot water system improvements, LED lights, a whole lot of things have gotten even better.....

We even have a major suspension upgrade, for 18', a larger one with lightened spring pack. Hitches, spring pack retainers, wiring upgrades, designs, layout improvements, while Paca People have a nice van, and thank you Paca People for your comments about our engineering, we do it even better now. Tiptoncut, nothing beats a trip to the Factory to see the latest innovations. Bushtracker is ever evolving... And getting better.
See you here when you have time..

Regards, Ranger
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Reply By: NIK `N` OFF - Wednesday, Sep 27, 2006 at 20:10

Wednesday, Sep 27, 2006 at 20:10
Hi Peter [Tiptoncut]

We are recent purchasers we ordered our BT in August, prior to flying over and doing the factory tour we contacted as many owners of the approx sized van we were interested in to hear their thoughts and get idea's on layouts, options fitted etc. We were fortunate enough to go and meet two owners who live close by us and take a look at their vans, we had an 'off road' van set up for solar already so we had the advantage of knowing what to look for and we were not dissapointed.

Speaking to owners just confirmed to us that it was worth the small outlay to fly over. We booked flights via the net and in advance and for both of us it was just a little over $1000, we stayed with friends in Brisbane and were able to use their car so for us we got out of it cheap.

If you have researched the van as you should then the factory tour simply reafirms the build quality & strength that goes in to it, the hard part is then deciding what layout, decor etc.

My only suggestion to Steve would be to set aside a small relaxing area for visitors with a coffee machine and accessible toilet, you can be there for the whole day and those two things would make the day even more pleasent.


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