My Land Rover Discovery and

Bailey Senator Arizona Caravan

I bought The Land Rover in Sept 2000 as my last car ( a 1998 Jaguar V8 Sport) was not very suitable for Rallying. I could only get a small engine such as the BSA and a pump in the boot.

The Discovery  allows me to transport larger engines such as  Listers or Wolseleys to shows. I have made up a board to go in the back which will take an engine and a pump. At the back of the board, I have fitted an electric winch running off the car battery. The board has a hinged section at the back, which folds down over the bumper, and the ramps hook on to this to winch the engine into the back.

We bought a Bailey Pageant Champagne in August 2005 to replace the 1997 Elddis Hurricane 2 berth which we had for around six years. It is a 4 berth and gives us a little extra room.

Having been pleased with the Pageant and faced with a deal we could not refuse we bought a Senator Arizona series 5 in 2007

I have since carried out a number of "Modifications" to suit our needs (hmm, about 26 so far).

 

Our Discovery And another view 2003 Bailey Pageant Champagne with the Fiamma Sun canopy Here with the Dorema awning erected
Our Discovery And another view Here is the Bailey at the Rougham 40s weekend in October 2005 And here at a CL in Kent during August 2005
2003 Bailey Pageant Champagne with the Fiamma Sun canopy Here with the Dorema awning erected
Here is the Bailey Champagne at the Rougham 40s weekend in October 2005 And here at a CL in Kent during August 2005
Bailey Senator Series 5 Bailey Senator Series 5
2007 Bailey Senator Series 5 at West Runton July 2009 And here at the FMPS Rally 2008

 

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