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Britain’s first motorhome revealed - As eccentric British pioneers 80 year old home on wheels trundles up for auction.<br />
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The pre-war creation of Capt Dunn, an aristocrat from Bexhill-on-Sea, is believed to be the earliest motorhome in the UK.<br />
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Enterprising Dunn shipped a Pontiac Six chassis over from America in 1935, engaged local coach builders to craft a bespoke<br />
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home from home on to the back, and then set off into the British countryside in his new creation.<br />
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The unique vehicle has been untouched since Dunn died in the 1940’s and auctioneers Bonhams are now selling the time capsule<br />
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camper at the Goodwood Revival on 10th September with a £40,000 estimate.