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07453 011122

Mansfield Caravans Ltd,
Compound 14, Old Mill Lane Industrial Estate,
Mansfield Woodhouse
Nottinghamshire
NG19 9BG

 

SWIFT CORNICHE 21/6 2012 2 BERTH CARAVAN *FIXED TRIPLE BEDS* **SOLD**

£11,950

Details

        • Touring Caravan
        • Tourer
        • 1665 GVW
        • 6 Berth
        • W2.25xL6.27 Ext Size
        • Clean Body Condition
        • 1485 MIRO
        • 2 Axles
        • Fixed bunk beds
        • 180 Max – Payload
        • Clean Overall Condition
        • Excellent Interior Condition

        12v Power, ALLOY WHEELS, Blinds, Cassette toilet, Electric Heater, External Storage Locker, External Battery Locker, Fixed Bunk Beds, Flyscreens, Free Standing Table, Fridge/Freezer, Gas Fire, Hob, Mains Electric, Oven, Shower, Skylight, Water Heater. This is a 6 berth caravan with fixed triple bunk beds. The lounge area has u shaped seating or the option for 2 bench style seats which can be used as 2 single beds or be converted into a double bed and central drawer unit with extendable table top. The kitchen has a hob with 3 gas rings and 1 electric hot plate, grill, oven and fridge with freezer compartment. There is an end washroom to the side which has a cassette style toilet, hand wash basin and shower. To the rear of the caravan is the bedroom area which has fixed triple bunk beds. There is also a single side dinette (no bunk bed) which is slightly wider than usual. This caravan has blown air heating, TV point, skylight, blinds and curtains throughout and plenty of storage for all your needs. Please come and visit us. We are open 7 days a week for your convenience with a wide range to suit all budgets and requirements. We have finance available for the majority of our caravans.

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