Featured Safari Caravan.Marilyn?

Unfortunately the little caravan is no longer available as we have other plans for her on our smallholding. very sorry.

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New for 2018 is the refurbished 1974 vintage Safari Caravan.

This is a ‘teashop themed’ little caravan.

We have called her MARILYN. When we brought her home the inside was very scruffy. There were old posters on the wall from the seventies. In the top corner we have left a small pin up poster of  Marilyn Monro, hense our tribute to Norma Jean.

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