Bailey Pageant

Friday, 21, Oct 2011 11:38

Make & Model
Bailey Pageant
Year
1998
Overall
No problems, updated a few things like status aerial and fire.
Space & Practicality
Ideal for two.
Quality & Reliability
No problems, very dry.
Equipment & Comfort
Equipment very satisfied.
Value for Money
Very good value
Reviewed by thomaswalsh
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