1961 Jennison Pathfinder Restoration – Video

Article by · 20 June 2018 ·

Once considered the most luxurious caravans on the road, the Jennison Pathfinder’s still turn a few heads, especially when they’re fitted with a Jones Dolly Wheel, a third load bearing wheel at the front of the caravan. We sit down with vintage caravan owners, Chris and Jenny, to talk about the restoration and how the third wheel works.

You can read the full article about the Pathfinder in issue 31 of ROAM magazine



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    Delyse Hibbert

    Loved seeing your caravan. My father Charles Skeels purchased a Jennison Pathfinder chassis, blue ray gas Fridge, stove from Sydney in about 1953, he built a copy of the caravan from photos in the Magazine. My sister still has the van in its original condition, has always been garaged. First trip was to the Olympic Games Melb. 1956. It is 18’6″ long. Named Delrene after my sister Irene and my self. We still love it. Delyse Hibbert.

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