Abbey Stafford Year ?

by Sarah
(Cheshire)

Please could anyone advise as to what year was the Abbey Stafford was made. I am really struggling as to what year mine is. Many thanks for any help you could give me.


I think this model was made in the 1990's. If I am right, your caravan should have a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). This number should be etched on all your caravan windows and also be registered with CRiS (Caravan Registration andn Identification Scheme). Once you have located your number, if you contact CRiS, the should be able to tell you what year your caravan was made via their records. You can find their contact details on our website. Click on the site map bar on our home page and then scroll down to the
Miscellaneous section.

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May 26, 2015
Abbey Stafford 1992
by: Anonymous

We have just bought the caravan as our starter one the fridge won't work on the electric only gas.

Can anyone tell us why and how to get it on electric?

thanks

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Abbey Freestyle 470 se body specification

I have a 2003 Abbey Freestyle 470 se (an upgrade on the Aventura 315 with an aluminium side - or so I am told)
Can anyone tell me what the front and side panels are made of on this particular model. I have search the internet but have only acquired conflicting information. I may need some repairs doing and would like to know what it is made of.


The best way of finding out is to take your caravan to your local dealer. Their bodyshop mechanics should be able to tell you exactly what the panels are made of.

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Abbey Spectrum 500 2008 - Good Caravan?

by Bob Brown
(Victoria, Australia)

I am an Aussie looking to buy Abbey Spectrum 500. Can anyone tell me if they are a good caravan and is the a frame strong enough for Aussie conditions.
Yours
Bob Brown


Does anyone own or previously owned an Abbey Spectrum and could offer any advice to Bob? If so please let us know and we will post your reply on our website. Thanks.

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Abbey Vogue 620 v's Sterling Europa 620 or similar

by Craig
(Notts)

We are looking to buy a four berth fixed bed/rear bathroom with large front single beds. Is there any advice out there? We are considering the Abbey above but are not sure as we are ex motorhomers(just sold it). Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Regards
CJ.


Judging by comments that I have read via forums on the internet, both seem to be really good vans. But the best advice would be to have a look at the vans in person, so that you get a feel of what they are really like. Before you go, make a list of things that you would want to see in the vans themselves. That way you can check the have's and have not's for each van. Look at the build quality etc. Most of all choose a van that you feel most comfortable with and the one that suits your requirements best.

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Nov 03, 2010
Looking for Caravan or Lodge
by: Jonathan

If you are looking for a caravan and don't want to go through a middle man take a look at this site www.thinkleisure.co.uk. If you are looking at large static caravans, you may want to look at lodges. I recently bought a lodge off this site and for me and the family it's great. Don't get me wrong, the van was great, but the lodge just gives us more space, it warmer and we don't trip over the toys the same. Everybody is looking for something different!

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