THE ONLY FORUM FOR ENTHUSIASTS OF CLASSIC SAFARI CARAVANS MADE BETWEEN 1948 AND 1982.
This group was started in 2003, with the aim of encouraging the preservation and enjoyment of all Safari Caravans made before 1978 and of the classic shape with the drop front side window made until 1982.
We try to assist owners in preservation, restoration, sales and purchase of these excellent Caravans. Membership is open to anyone who owns, has owned, or would like to own a Safari caravan, or is a supplier of products or services directly related to these Caravans.
The world's largest collection of photographs of Safari Caravans is now on the Facebook group.
I have been trying to plan events for next year and need to know where our forum members live. The county or nearest large town is quite sufficient. Also on the profile template is space for the Safari model you own.
Please go to your profile and add this information when you next log in.
Brian Miller Group Founder 1978 Safari 15-4 and 1970 Volvo Amazon
Post by bedford1964j5 on Sept 5, 2016 12:03:20 GMT
Hi I have just re-joined having now got a 1979 12-2 which is in need of some light restoration, my previous Safari was a late 60s 14-2 with the arched door which regrettably sold about ten years ago only to find it again a few weeks ago by accident now totally rotten. On seeing my old one i realised just how much i wanted another, I hopefully will have my 12-2 ready for next year to attend events towed behind my Bedford J type or Vauxhall Cresta
Post by bedford1964j5 on Sept 7, 2016 19:54:44 GMT
Hi Brian thanks for the welcome, its such a long time ago i cant remember my previous user name but the club cannot have been going long when i registered and i have no way of checking back Also I dont know the serial number of my old Safari,I wish now i had taken photos when I found it the other week my current 12-2 serial number is 79244 I will try upload some photos it had been sat for 10 years but with replacement tyres and a check of the brakes / wheel bearings /lights it towed the 300 miles home with no problems Thanks Dave