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Dandy 3 years 6 months ago #605

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As EM says any past, current, future or just those that admire the Dandy are more than welcome at any of our gatherings.

Nice little van BTW

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Dandy 3 years 6 months ago #607

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That is brilliant. Double bed, 2 ring cooker and grille, 3 way fridge, sink with running water, full height wardrobe and it looks to be about 6 feet square. It's got all you need and should be ideal for one. That's an ingenious shower enclosure too

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Dandy 3 years 6 months ago #610

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Hi,

The bed is fine as long as you are not over 6ft tall.
Mine had no fridge fitted, as it depends on what date and model it was, but not having one fitted as I have a portable,
There is loads of storage under the seats, the wardrobe will hold about 4/5 things.
There is no chasiss as such as its all covered in fibreglass, it is just screwed to the axel, everything is encased so no leakage.

I have gone all electric, and took my cooker out to use that space for my microwave etc. If I want to use cooker I have a small portable gas one, thats fine for me, or I can conect to a bottle, but I have a toaster. I have kept it and packed it away incase I sell it it can all be put back and reconnected.

I am trying to keep it as light as possible as I only have a small car, I do know someone who tows one with a 998 cc old mini.
originally they did have an awning, but very hard to find, but are very heavy canvas.

The shower, I suppose that idea could be used for any caravan, just needs adjusting to size.

Im glad you all like my Little Rommy, and hope to see you all were you can have a good look at it.

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Patricia

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Dandy 3 years 6 months ago #611

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The Romini LXS, maybe more suitable for some people, has a kitchen, wardrobes, washroom + shower.
These are harder to find, and are cheaper to buy than the small ones. These were made in Sussex.
Maybe gone for one of these if I had a bigger car, but only just bought mine.

www.smallmotorhome.co.uk/rominilxs.html

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Patricia

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Dandy 3 years 6 months ago #612

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PATRICIA is it not possible to put a small porch awning on her, but by saying that as you on your own you can manage without one.Its a lovely little caravan and most of all its something you can handle on your own and also you can stand up in her, its bonus points all round
MR EM

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Dandy 3 years 6 months ago #613

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Hi,

The Romini forum, suggest the same as the Dandy, Outdoor Revolution Movelite, Suppose its the same problem toss it over the top and tie it down.

My friend, who does caravans said he could put a channel on it either across, or an arch shape.
I told him I would have to think about it.
was going to get a Khyam quick erect if I need one, can put that up on my own. After Bank Holiday will pop off for a few days and get the hang of it see what I do/do not need.
At the moment having a bit of work on it

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