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Folding Camper & Trailer Tent Definitive Guide
Model Summary: Pennine Clubman
Folding Camper (Discontinued Model)
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Although a more recent model, which was produced for a lot longer period (1984 - 1991) the Clubman is, still, a little like the Alpine, insofar as they are few and far between in the current marketplace.
The Clubman was very similar to the Pullman of its day, but a more basic version. It was, in fact, a predecessor of the later Sterling, and was supplied, in its basic format, with no wardrobe, shelf unit or fridge. Where it did gain over its siblings was in the inclusion of the U shaped seating area, as opposed to the opposing settees of the more traditional dinette models.
The Clubman also featured the pivot down kitchen unit, like that utilised in the Aztec, as opposed to the lift off model that was already being installed in the Mark 1 Pullmans, and still continues, in a significantly updated format, today.
Other than the distinctions above, the Clubman boasts the same layout as the vast majority of the other 6 berth Pennine models, with a fixed double bed at either end, a side door, with cupboard either side and kitchen opposite, and a dinette area that converts to a third double bed.
Included in the paperwork section, below, is the only known sales brochure to include the Clubman, from circa 1989 - 1991. The generic manual was actually written for the Aztec, Fiesta, Sterling and Pullman, but the vast majority of it will apply equally well to the Clubman.
See Brochure Below
155SR x 13