Four wheels good, two wings better
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WHEN SOIJTHAMPTON salesman Andr Harris was discussing a deal for a Citroen B lingo-based Romahome 25 motorhome. wasn't expecting the unusual part-exchange quest. Private pilot and former Isle of Wight traffic controller Bob Woolford 1 had decided to give up his Piper Cherokee four seater aircraft, with its f76/hour fuel costs. in favour of the Romahome. Within 30 minutes, Harris had not only come up v an acceptable value on the Piper. but thank; a chance conversation with Citroen UK Victoria Ward, visiting the Freeborn Mc Village, he'd found a buyer for it as well. -1 had more trouble trying to shift Jeep Cherok than I did the Piper!he says.