Long are the days when air travel was too expensive only the businessmen and women, and the healthy flew and road trips were the way to travel. Road trips with a caravan were exciting, leaving you able to explore all parts of the country with the comforts of home. With simplistic, functional designs, vintage caravans had exceptional quality, as most master tradesmen were the ones building these tiny dwellings. Using bondwood, aluminium or fibreglass, these caravans were solid and durable, lasting for years. GRP caravans, strictly of fibreglass make, were tiny caravans that you towed behind a vehicle, and these had a minimalist interior.Pop-Top Caravan
Pop-top caravans were a towing type of caravan that featured a lifting roof to provide additional standing headroom, which meant they had less room in the front. Because of this, there was less drag and better fuel consumption for the vehicle doing the towing. These were small enough to fit in a regular garage, which was a plus for easy storage. The styling of these caravans was simple in design but functional. Similar to pop-tops, folding caravan are a low trailer that unfolds into a full-height caravan. They are easy to store and tow but require time in setup and break down.Motorhomes
Vintage motorhomes are large, heavy trailers that can act doubly as a home away from home. Motorhomes like the popular and iconic airstream and other, less flashy trailers used top quality materials to ensure they could withstand all weather conditions as well as years of towing and mileage. While there are a variety of different styles of motorhomes available, the level of quality and luxury can also vary. Most include the same type of living quarters including a bedroom or sleeping area, bathroom, living area and kitchen. You can custom design these to your taste and lifestyle. Vintage motorhomes are a great blast from the past and fun way to live out any road trip.