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Eriba Forever Young/troll


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interested in the light weight and the looks of the troll/forever young flip tops. ..it means our BMW 320 will be rated at 70%! so no new car phew. But what are built like, like to live with in reality?

All experiences welcomed.

thanks :)

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interested in the light weight and the looks of the troll/forever young flip tops. ..it means our BMW 320 will be rated at 70%! so no new car phew. But what are built like, like to live with in reality?

All experiences welcomed.

thanks :)

 

brilliant fred. ..thank you

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  • 2 years later...

Eriba Ltd, closed its doors for the final time for sales and servicing of Eriba caravans on Saturday 2nd July 2011.

After more than thirty years in the Eriba business, and with a desire to continue serving Eriba owners, a new company has been formed, Eriba Spares UK, and this will continue to supply spare parts, accessories, awnings and general Eriba advice.

Pieter, Mark, Julie, Robert, Cath & Shaun.

 

Unfortunately we have been unable to confirm if the above contact details are still valid, or indeed find any links to "Eriba Spares UK" on the web.

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Have a look at http:/eribaforum. com ask your questions there.

I owned an Eriba 230GT a basic 2-berth touring caravan

coming in witha max of 850kg (uprated axle)

Towing was immaculate and very stable in crosswinds and

HGV induced blasts. It had a huge kingsized bed and did not

need a mover for onsite handling. I have seen the other Eribas

you mention and I would buy either. It is an amazing range from

Pucks, Familias, Tritons and Trolls there is even a hugeTitan.

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