Due to personal circumstances I have decided the time has come to sell my beloved ROMINI caravan. I have had it for over 10 years and it has been a joy to own.

These were made on the Isle of wight in the 80's with a total production of only 200, so these are very rare and collectable, especially in this condition. The body is double skinned fiberglass and well insulated with 2 large side opening windows and the chassis is galvanised box section so rot free. It is very easy to tow (can be manouvered by one person easily!) and was designed especially for small cars such as the classic mini.

This was one of the last to leave the factory and is therefore built to a very high spec. It has a built in fridge, double burner cooker with grill, sink with electric pump, 240v double socket (with hook up lead) 3 interior lights, radio cassette, clock, 6 cupboards of various sizes one of which is a small wardrobe. It has a large table to seat 4 people and a smaller table for more room if needed. 2 large storage lockers under the seats. Also a third bed/hammock for a small child. The interior is in excellent condition as is the outside.

It is complete with all the things you will need to start camping, kettle, pots, pans, water bottles/containers, aqua roll, hook up lead, gas bottles etc.

There is also an awning (free standing) which doubles the size and has a toilet tent compartment built in with porta potti.

It is shown with wide 10" wolfrace wheels of the period and I do have the larger 13" wheels supplied when new with excellent tyres if you prefer. I also have all the original paperwork and manuals from new. All in all a well cared for caravan which is a real "tardis" and attracts attention wherever it goes.

Here are the hard facts:

Overall length: 3m   (118")

Body length:  2.16m  (85")

Overall width  1.88  (74")

Overall height  2.28m  (90")

Headroom 1.84  (72.5")

Bed size  73" x 48" 

unladen weight 375kg  max loaded weight 650kg.

Cash on collection or can deliver within reasonable distance!  Questions and viewings welcomed