This year’s spring show was picture perfect, weather wise, and the kind folks who arrived with their restored, or in some cases totally rebuilt, classic caravans – some with colour-matched classic tow cars – enjoyed setting up a classic camping scene where they kicked back and allowed visitors the pleasure of seeing their caravans and sharing their stories.

A single bed on each side of the kitchen bench – plenty of storage options under here as well as above

This little caravan has been stripped right back, taken apart and rebuilt from the axles up

I caught up with classic-caravan legends Don and Marilyn Jessen as usual, and will share Don’s latest little honey in the next issue, but I was most excited to see a blue 1962 Ford Anglia set up and looking gorgeous beside a petite 1956 Starliner Starlette eight-foot caravan.

The original caravan was taken home and stripped out on day one. Day two it was cut in half, and by day three it was a shell and the rebuild commenced


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