Our friend just bought a couple of very cheap vintage caravans by looking on eBay at items poorly described, badly photographed and thoughtlessly listed. It seems there are opportunities out there if only you know the right place to look. So we put a quick list together of places on the Internet where you might be able to find more information about a cheap vintage caravan for sale, that you could use for your family camping trips or to hire out through your own developing glamping business… with a bit of a spruce up of course!
Cheap Vintage Caravans For Sale
eBay Vintage Caravan Items: An interesting part of eBay to keep an eye on if vintage caravans are your thing.
The Historic Caravan Club: This club aims to promote the preservation and use of vintage and classic caravans for future generations to enjoy.
Period and Classic Caravan Club: One of the longest running vintage caravan clubs in existence, which aims to promote the appreciation, restoration and use of classic caravans.
Old Classic Caravans: Owners of vintage caravans and other vehicles can find a classified section and memorabilia and stories on this site.
Caravan Times Vintage Caravan Group: A vintage caravan community with news and a discussion portal for enthusiasts.
Vintage Airstreams Owners Forum: This forum has tips and tricks as well as a place for owners of airstreams to chat and source accessories for their vintage trailers.
Vintage Safaris Information: From events to buying a vintage Safari, this forum has everything for those who love this great British classic.
Vintage Caravan Open Group Forum on Facebook: For a friendly collection of vintage caravan owners, who are more than happy to offer help and advice.
Please let us know what we’ve missed out… and definitely get in touch if you have tips for buying cheap vintage caravans for sale and have managed to bag yourself a bargain. We’d love to hear about it and publish your story.
Here’s what one of our readers has done to make a business out of finding a cheap vintage caravan for sale using the above links. You can read her story and the tips she gives for improving an old and tired vintage caravan into something she can sell for a profit.
This is another vintage caravan success story…
Picture Credit: Billy One Horn