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Pegasus GT65 Genoa

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  • 2013 2 Single axle Touring 1159 1268 6.293 2.230 ? Yes Yes 5 - table stored under the bed prevents easy access to under-bed storage space<br />- cutlery drawer too small, the open shelf under the nearside worktop should be a drawer<br />- in double bed configuration the back support cushions are too wide to easily fit in the central space between the two seats – they have to be squashed in<br />- mastic in the awning rail; rail fine once you’ve dug it all out!<br />otherwise it's perfect! 5 Modern and stylish and slightly ‘understated’ It looks solidly built Bench seats, single bed are firm and comfortable and long and wide enough for two tall people. The washroom is big enough to store clothes and dress in. 4 Great; with the wardrobe empty and the noseweight at 85kgs no bucking or swaying, (towcar Mondeo estate) 5 No issues yet; but with a new van ask your dealer to clear out the surplus mastic in the awning rail (both sides). 5 large front window great for a pitch with a view and in the morning to open the top blind and still retain privacy. Storage and worktop space, for a small van, is amazing. Powermover fitted, made two enclosed boxes behind the access doors under the bed to prevent small items disappearing to the front of the bed space, wooden prop to hold the nearside bed base open (needs a gas strut on both beds) 5 new Privately Bailey Dearler, Dinmore Caravans, Leominster, father and son team just exceptional. Plus two queries to Bailey’s Customer Service, both answered promptly and very helpfully. https://www.caravantalk.co.uk/community/uploads/monthly_08_2013/ccs-54235-0-23195700-1377202918.jpg Yes
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- 7’ 4” body - improves rear visibility and manoeuvring without compromising internal space
- Alu-Tech construction plus thickness of floor
- light and airy, large windows
- plain, light reflecting, easy clean walls and ceiling
- 2 good worksurfaces and full width, wide front shelf
- large sitting area and 6’5” and 6’1” x 2’5” single beds
- underfloor heater and no flu saves space - increases internal design flexibility
- all electrics, well planned, convenient, good quality, sockets with on/off switches
- short feed and waste water pipe runs
- ample interior and exterior storage spaces
- no external vents for microwave
- gas locker located just behind the axle
- Michelin tyres
- flat surfaces and storage in washroom
- drop down (not pull-out) spare wheel
- no upperlockers at front to squeeze under

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