Nigel Donnelly

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VISITORS TO THE Caravan and Motorhome Show 2013 in Manchester will be the first to see Bailey's new Pegasus GT65 models.

The new range, built to commemorate the company's 65th anniversary, is designed to appeal to those who hanker after the plush kit and striking looks of the range-topping Unicorn line-up, but in a lighter, cheaper bodyshell.

VISITORS TO THE Caravan and Motorhome Show 2013 in Manchester will be the first to see Bailey's new Pegasus GT65 models. 

 

The new range, built to commemorate the company's 65th anniversary, is designed to appeal to those who hanker after the plush kit and striking looks of the range-topping Unicorn line-up, but in a lighter, cheaper bodyshell.

 

You can see the Pegasus GT65 at the Caravan & Motorhome Show on the Campbells Caravans (Hall 1) and Lowdham Leisureworld stand (Hall 3, 3-75)

 

For more details about the GT65, click here

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