Herman, ek glo hy moes saam Jan van Riebeeck hier aangekom het
'Home brew" my maat, met ingeboude houtvrot LOL
Lyk na 'n homebrew as jy na die algemene profiel kyk en na die deur en wielboog. Was lank lank gelede iemand se trots.
Ek dink dit is/was die blyplek vir Ereveldwagters wat daar diens doen.
I'm not sure, but.....
I don't think home brew, it looks "factory assembled" to me.
Look at the curves, the fittings the beading and the windows, all look factory made to me...
As a best guess, I think it could be a product from Rhodesia, I personally think an early Campride??? The hubcaps look like my 1970/s Constantia...
Beautiful wood work inside though, just look at the curtain pelmets..
Heavens I would like to own an old van like that....
If you look at the car shapes in the 1960 then this is a factory made van
Can be Camp Pride. But if you look at the mounting for the hamock on the inside it is similar to those used in the early models of Jurgens.
So I would go for a Jurgens Caravan.
That door was surely made for very thin people....!
Now I am going to give my age away!
No - that is not home built - it is an old Rhodesian caravan - what comes to mind is a Corry John, but I am not sure.
I recall especially the wheel arch as my Dad was particularly concerned with changing a wheel on his Wayfarer of similar age and commented that on this van it was probably also a problerm and may require the loosening of the axle.
In those days, the Rhodesian caravans were known for their good quality would, also added to the weight. There have obviously been some changes to this one, such as a cupboard, gas stove (more modern) and curtains
Nou ja toe daar het julle dit.