Sprite Compact GT Pop-Top

Thursday, 21, Feb 2013 04:35

Make & Model
Sprite Compact GT Pop-Top
Year
1982
Overall
The low lowlight is I moved to a house with narrow drive.
Space & Practicality
With the awning, plenty of space for 6.
Quality & Reliability
Only what you would expect.
Equipment & Comfort
This caravan has seen better days, but at 31 years old it would. Could do with a full update, any one with some spare cash ?
Value for Money
A few
Reviewed by GlynScothern
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