1972 Cheltenham Sable Caravan

Period Two-Berth caravan; two previous owners; recent interior refurb; full awning; easy starter project

Cheltenham Caravans were very much top of tree and came in a wide range named after small 'deer-like' animals - the Springbok, Fawn, Roebuck and Sable as on offer here.

The Sable was a generous two-berth caravan incorporating a toilet with outside (and inside) doors, a smart kitchen and a seating area with table and storage which formed the comfy bed.

Weighing in at just 650kgs, they could be towed by the average family car and at 15'5" long and 7'10" high were not so large that storage was an issue.

With their distinctive styling and quality built, they remain popular today as a real 'classic' choice.

This Sable is clean and tidy inside and looks remarkably complete given it is nearing 50 years of age. A bit of time invested in a few details here and there would produce a perfect retreat or 'glamping' destination - or for those now working from home - the ideal office/annex.

Dating from 1972, it even comes with a handy awning.

For more information - contact Matthew 07813 936698

Docs: Handbook; spec sheet

Estimate: £2,000+

Lot 12

Lot ended

Thursday 24/09/2020

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

£2,277
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