Gracious KUDU

PRICE ex-works 565.(1962)

The gracious Kudu is a 4-berth caravan, 14'4" long, 6'6" wide with 6'3" headroom, designed to give maximum floor and storage space with ample working surfaces. Even when the caravan is divided at night with children, only a very small proportion of it is shut away. You still have unimpaired access to the kitchen, toilet and all storage space.
  • Cooker at the rear out of the way. The cover forms an extra working top by day and a splash guard at night. The sink unit is only at arms length from it and has a pump, water storage and ventilated food storage cupboard below it. A good sized fitted crockery cabinet above.
  • Side board, very large chest of drawers with large cupboard adjacent, giving extensive working top, wall cupboard above for storing bottles and other equipment. with gallery alongside.
  • Roomy self-contained lavatory compartment. Compactum with shelf storage and hanging space - hooks on outside for hanging clothes.
  • Wide double bed dinette at bay front with 5" mattress. Single bad at offside rear with spring straps and 4" mattress. Padded sloping back rest. Completely detachable, easily erected stretcher type bunk above. Curtain in track encircles the single bed and bunk for division at night.
  • Suspension (as Springbok) but with lighter springs and 6.40 x 13 tyres.
  • Morlite roof opening section 4' x 2' affording superb ventilation and light inside the caravan.
A Double bed dinette E Cooker unit with storage beneath
A1 Detachable table also used for forming double bed E1 Detachable cover for E also forms working top in position E1
B Chest of drawers F Toilet compartment
C Cupboard, wall cupboard and book shelf above G Sink and draining board with pump. Ventilated storage space for food and water cans beneath. China cabinet above.
D Single bed, storage space for gas cylinder H Compactum

Shipping Specifications
                               Ex-works weight: 14 cwt.
                                         Overall sizes:  Length 16'6"
                                                               Width 6'6"
                                                               Height 7'10"

This information is taken from a 1962 brochure.