Eriba 120 GT, 2008, two berth, alko anti snaking device and hitch lock, awning, winter cover (new unused), stored under cover.£9,500
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If you are looking for a modern caravan with a cute retro appeal, which can be towed by literally any car, this wonderful little Eriba Puck is the caravan for you. This example of the popular Eriba Puck is in very good condition and we have had loads of fun using it .
Eriba caravans have been around for over 50 years, during which time their steel frame construction, aerodynamic shape and ‘pop-up’ elevating roofs basically haven’t changed, which is proof that a combination of great design work and engineering can withstand the test of time. Eriba’s always hold their price on the secondhand caravan market due to their ‘classic’ status, durability and desirability, Eriba’s are a very sound investment and, as the Puck model is no longer manufactured, secondhand prices for this particular model are actually now rising.
Eriba caravans are instantly recognisable and always create lots of interest from passers-by. On the outside, the Eribas’ bow-shaped front end, its rounded corners, and low height have helped to give it a huge following but the beauty of these caravans is not just in their looks. These amazing and popular little caravans are equally as popular for their exceptional build quality, clever engineering and surprisingly spacious feel. When you enter an Eriba, ‘raising the roof’ takes on a new meaning – the elevating roof takes only seconds and transforms the feeling of space inside the caravan, providing full standing height. Their low height means that Eribas take up very little room on a driveway and can be kept under a car port or tucked up safely in a standard domestic garage.
Utilising an entirely different construction to conventional caravans, the Eriba is built around an aircraft-like steel frame, with aluminium panels and steel banding to which the interior units are fixed.
The ‘pop top’ elevating roof is very quick and easy to operate, with 4 toggle catches to release and then the roof lifts up on springs in one easy movement to provide full standing height headroom. Inside the Eriba Puck, there are full length bench seats, which can be used as two single beds or converted into a comfortable 187cm x 155cm double bed. There is ample storage beneath the lift-up seats. There is a good-sized table which sits between the seats for mealtimes. There is additional storage in the wardrobe provided, which also has a locker beneath. At the front of the Eriba there is a kitchen workstation which has a 2 burner hob, and a stainless steel sink, as well as a 3 way fridge. There is an additional cutlery drawer and another storage locker, for food, pots and pans etc.