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Old 03-07-2007, 10:23 AM   #1
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In this link you can see the entire 2007 production of European caravans (...on the left page you can select caravan's brand).
You can see all model caravans

In this link you can see the production's years
The web pages are in denmark

...and in this link you can see an old brochure of a Polar caravan (Svezia)... this link show the caracteristic swedish design...
and in this link you can see an spectacular french vintage caravan (Digue)

This caravan there aren't in fiberglass but your design is beautiful!!!

(...sorry ...my english is always bad )

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Old 03-07-2007, 11:22 AM   #2
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Thanks a lot, Rob!

This is a great link for me! I'll be spending a lot of time looking through this for ideas. (Danish, fortunately, is as easy for me to read as English, trying to understand the spoken Danish is a royal pain, however).

Thanks a lot!
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Old 03-08-2007, 03:48 PM   #3
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Thanks a lot, Rob!

This is a great link for me! I'll be spending a lot of time looking through this for ideas. (Danish, fortunately, is as easy for me to read as English, trying to understand the [b]spoken Danish is a royal pain, however).

Thanks a lot!

Thank you Per Walthinsen...
The Danish for me is incomprensible

If you wont, in this link, there are many vintage european and american caravans club.
in this link there are two peruvian caravans
...and in this link there are many south Africa caravans

for all appasionate of caravans

ciao

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Thanks, Rob. It is fun to look at the vintage campers.
We bought a new vintage trailer ourselves, in case you don't look on the whole web site. We will be selling our Burro. The new one is in my avatar now. It is bigger than the last one, but still vintage. And, according to some, one of only 200 that were made.

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How FUN! Thanks for passing this along. (Now, if I can only find the parts guy...)

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Thanks, Rob. It is fun to look at the vintage campers.
We bought a new vintage trailer ourselves, in case you don't look on the whole web site. We will be selling our Burro. The new one is in my avatar now. It is bigger than the last one, but still vintage. And, according to some, one of only 200 that were made.

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Thanks Cindy,
you have bought a caravan very rare...
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How FUN! Thanks for passing this along. (Now, if I can only find the parts guy...)

- Miriam
ciao Miriam
sorry, wath's the meaning of this phrase "passing this along"?, please
I don't understand the babelfish translation!!!
...what find you??? ....

I have find for all appasionate of caravan this links and this link.
This caravan have a design very old... but they are new!!!
In Europe these caravans, whit this design, were sold in 1970/1980

In this link you can see the caravan's publicity in Italy from 1970 to 1980... you can see that the exterior design is similar at the exterior design of chile and brazilian's caravan

ciao Cindy & Miriam

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Old 03-09-2007, 07:32 AM   #7
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Some of the EU trailers certainly have a style about them! Thanks for this list.

Oh, and I see a lot of "cars" as tow vehicles. Where are all the F-350s? (This is a joke Rob on American's desire for big tow vehicles.)
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