One man’s trash is another man’s treasure and just like the saying goes, some of this ‘junk’ can be found in the most craziest hidden places possible. We sure do have a story or two just on the adventure’s we have retrieving these caravan’s. BUT our favorite story of all is when we can return the caravan completed for that final look in all it’s glory to the original owners.
A complete collection of previous custom restoration’s
As you can see by all the colour’s this is no caravan for the plain and simple. A 1970’s Lightweight that we were able to restore back to her full glory while adding in some modern twist’s along the way. The lino … well that is a story on itself, imported from Italy purely for this caravan there was no way that we could just leave that as the only statement.
As you will see on first glimpse this isn’t your ordinary caravan and not one that you see often. Found locally, hidden away deep in a back yard, I knew instantly she was a gem. We dragged her back to the workshop and I just couldnt resist but get to work on her straight away.
Not seeing one like this before I done some research and found it was made in New Zealand by oxford caravans. The exact year is not quite clear but I would say between 69-79 (if anyone has any information we would love to know).
Devonport Visitor Centre Over the last couple of years we have fitted out all sorts of caravans... we have created that special caravan to entertain guests with a beer or two, customized mobile food and coffee caravans and let's not forget the faithful holiday...
Clara-Belle Here we have a 1972 Crusader caravan restored and customized with what we would call a subtle flow with a modern/retro vibe. The main feature of this would have to be the 'Kiwiana' beach entrance door... What better way to welcome your guests in then...
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then please check out our slideshow
Retro Custom Caravans
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