The Heritage Caravan Company, launching in Plymouth this September, will be providing a range of distinctive classic caravans. The vans will be hand-built to 1930s-inspired designs, with a Mollycroft roof, sheet aluminium bodywork and furniture made from natural timber.
Insulation is of sheep’s wool for sustainability, and the vans will be finished in British Motor Corporation paint codes for the vintage look.
Nowadays, the best caravans are all kitted out with mod cons, and the good news is, you won’t have to go without by opting for one of these classic caravan reproductions. Inside, they have LED lighting, a modern kitchen with a Dometic fridge, Truma heating, a Dometic cassette toilet, a Bluetooth speaker system, among other features.
The firm aims to produce 20 units in the first year, then rising to 50. Three models will be available: the two-berth Classic (£74,995), the four-berth Adventurer (£72,995) and the compact two-berth Explorer (£54,995).
If you’re planning to buy a tourer this year but aren’t sure where to start, be sure to take a look at our guide to how to buy a caravan, where we talk you through the key considerations to help you find the van for you.
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