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Retro 1930s motor believed to be Britain’s first motorhome has been sold at auction for £34,500.

The 1936 Pontiac Six has been described as “outstandingly original” after still being fitted with all its original features, including the curtains, water softener and old tins of jam.

The time-warp motorhome went under the hammer as part of a Bonhams vintage car sale at Goodwood Revival this weekend.
The original owner, Captain Dunn of Bexhill, East Sussex, ordered the motorhome in 1935 through a local coachbuilders, Russell’s of Bexhill.

Christopher Macgowan

@motorhomenews

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