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Did not know they had started to build caravans!?

Looks okay but bit small.

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they do seem very dark and old fashioned.but do like the slide out idea.

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I think Winnebago is the best value for money and innovation in the RV industry stateside. Be it a 'trailer' or 45ft. 'A' class.

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Maybe thats the problem,, Stateside. I would like something more stylish.I do like size of the showers etc,why do they use dark wood rather than a light colour.

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The Minnie Winnie is a heavy beast - depending on spec and extras could be over 2 tonnes!!

That'll take some towing

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Maybe thats the problem,, Stateside. I would like something more stylish.I do like size of the showers etc,why do they use dark wood rather than a light colour.

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But as we found out spending many months along the 'SunBelt' states you need to tone down the light.

Our last was Cherry Wood but white marble floors, work tops and upholstery.

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