Bailey Caravans confirm production of first motorhome range

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  1. scotjimland

    scotjimland Funster Life Member

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    Bailey has just confirmed to us they have a range of motorhomes currently in development, with two models already off the production line undergoing tests at an undisclosed location.

    Bailey's marketing director, Simon Howard, expects the range to be ready in time for the Birmingham NEC show in October, and has indicated there will be a variety of layouts suitable for both couples and families.

    Details of the design and platform have not yet been made available, but we have established the base chassis will be provided by a market leader and the bodyshell will be constructed using Bailey's patented Alu-Tech construction system.

    More on this story http://www.caravantimes.co.uk/news/makes/bailey/bailey-caravans-confirm-production-of-first-motorhome-range-$21379692.htm
     
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    Could prove interesting good caravans but will the system make the transference, and wonder on base and price.


    Dave .:thumb::thumb:
     
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    Thanks for that Jim

    Be interesting to see if we can get a UK manufacture to get it right for a change. Maybe double floor, properly winterised, maybe just maybe a decent UK "a Class"

    Used to have a bailey Ranger Caravan when we started, it was great really great , so I wish them every success.:thumb:
     
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    Hopefully they will be manufacturing a proper motor home, not a chassis cab with a caravan perched on the back like so many UK manufacturers...................

    Wish them lots of luck if they do! It would be nice to have the choice to be able to support British industry and jobs if they come up with a capable product.
     
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    Posh git.. :Laughing: as a tugger I aspired to a Bailey .. never made it :cry:

    I echo your wishes.. :thumb:
     
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