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Help Bailey shape the caravans of the future

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8ft wide caravans have been all the rage recently and this has been reflected by the tremendous public reaction to the new Pegasus Grande range launched at the NEC show in October.

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They really are a bit late. My first T.E.C. at 7' 6" was too wide in 2001, my 3rd T.E.C. in 2006 was 8' wide.

Come'on Bailey if you can't keep up, pack up.

Reminds me of the Swift Corniche in the 80's " The wind of Change " " Someday all caravans will be made this way ". LoL !

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It wasn't until a few years ago that 8ft wide caravans were not allowed to be towed on UK roads by normal cars. My motorhome is 8ft wide and generally I don't have any problems getting to sites. It might not be a good idea for people who mainly use CL's as access to some is quite narrow. The major advantage is that you play around with layouts a bit more.

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