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Hi all,

This is not yet a firm sale, however our dream house has just come up for sale unexpectedly, so we might have to part with our Marco and downgrade to a cheap 4x4

The Marco is financed so only likely to be suitable for a cash buyer as I doubt the finance can be transferred.

We would only be looking to clear the finance (and not capitalise on the current MP shortage) which I imagine is around the £50k mark *edit* SALE FIGURE IS £49,100.90

The MP has 9000 miles on it and was registered December 17 (it has the cup holders and internal lights) and other than some scratches in the rear from taking the bed in and out it’s in excellent condition.

It had the star guard treatment inside and out and this does seem to work pretty well.

The (truly excellent) shower cap and screen cover would also be included, we also fitted mud flaps.

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Photographs of the 5th seat as requested.

We shuffled the floor shuttles around so we could have it in the rear so the kids are closer to the front seats. We’ve only used it twice.
In this configuration I can comfortable sit in any seat (I am 6’) with plenty of knee room to spare

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Hi All,

It’s looking like a move is likely so we’re firmly putting this up for sale. SALE FIGURE IS £49,100.90

As mentioned above, the vehicle is on finance but for peace of mind this can be cleared directly with MB by the new owner.

Note that it picked up a chip in the windscreen on the motorway yesterday (why aren’t mud guards mandatory yet?) and this is being replaced on Sunday (26th)
 

EdiAli

New Member
Hi,

appreciate you've concluded a sale. Just wondering where you got the pop-top roof cover and if you found if useful/effective?
 

Steve B

Active Member
Hi,

appreciate you've concluded a sale. Just wondering where you got the pop-top roof cover and if you found if useful/effective?
Hi - its unlikely this person is still active on here. There are a few threads on covers for top and windscreen, the two main suppliers are 1) the shop on this forum 2) Rainbow covers. Both are good, mine are from the shop here and work well (my top cover is a the insulated wrap type, its great). Hope this helps.
 

SteveR

Active Member
Hi - its unlikely this person is still active on here. There are a few threads on covers for top and windscreen, the two main suppliers are 1) the shop on this forum 2) Rainbow covers. Both are good, mine are from the shop here and work well (my top cover is a the insulated wrap type, its great). Hope this helps.
Hi Steve, How easy is it to attach the covers?
 

Steve B

Active Member
The windscreen is simple and a couple of minutes on your own, the roof wrap is a bit more involved but I’ve fitted it in high winds and was fine. It takes a bit longer but still only a few minutes, with two its very quick
 
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Rodders

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Hi I only have two rail on my 2018 model can I still get a single seat for this
 
Andy B

Andy B

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Hi Rodders,

I purchased the MP that started this thread !! Sorry for not responding to it sooner - I have only just seen it.

To answer the questions raised:

1. Pop top cover (supplied with the MP by previous owner) - wouldn’t be without it ! Serves multiple purposes - it keeps the canvas roof dry in rainy conditions - it darkens down the inside when the sun is coming up early and would enable me to dry the canvas roof panels if they were wet by putting the cover on, raising the roof and putting the auxiliary heater on. All in all I see it as a necessity and not a nice to have. The only question is whether or not you go for a complete roof cover (like the one I have) or side panels that slip into place underneath the fibre glass roof. This will be a personal preference, but for me it’s the full roof cover all the way.

2. Additional single seat. This “fifth seat” was an option that had to be purchased at the time that the MP order was placed on MB. It is not retrofittable as it requires a third rail to be put into the floor. Retro fitting would mean a complete new floor as I understand it. I have seen people talk of adding another double seat (as per back seat) making it a six seater MP. This seems to have been offered on MP’s in other countries, but not the UK. However, the single seat is just a one man lift (just !!) and so adding a double seat would make it a two man lift when putting it in and taking it out. You may also have to consider what the V5 says. Mine specifically says it is a five seater. I suspect that MP’s without the fifth seat option will say on the V5 that it is a 4 seater vehicle. The fifth seat option is no longer offered by MB on the MP and so I suspect that 5 seaters may be quite hard to come by.

Hope this helps.


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SteveR

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....The only question is whether or not you go for a complete roof cover (like the one I have) or side panels that slip into place underneath the fibre glass roof. This will be a personal preference, but for me it’s the full roof cover all the way....
Hi Andy,
How easy is it to put on / take off the full cover? Do you know what make it is?
Thanks
Steve
 
Andy B

Andy B

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Hi Steve,

I raise the roof so that the front edge is about 150mm up. I then slide the cover on from the back to the front and make certain that the corners of the roof topper match up with the corners of the fibre glass roof. Then I raise it fully and then attach fasteners. All quite straight forward - but my height probably helps - I’m 6’2” !! To speed things up my wife also helps out.

It is made (or supplied by) Comfortz Leisure as I recall.




Hope this helps.


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