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Standard 10 Dormobile
In my search to bring you some of the more unusual vehicles from the Standard stable I am indebted to Peter Foster for a copy of this Dormobile Brochure. Its dated 1957
Dormobile was the brand name of Martin Walker, who carried out two different conversions on the 10 Van, a "Utilicon" where the seats folded forward to give a loading bay, and the Dormobile where the versatile seating
could be removed or converted into a double bed.
The Utilicon cost £450 + purchase tax £246 7s total £676 7s.
Dormobile £490 + £246 7s total £736 7s.
The Companion by comparison was £485 + £243 17s = £728 17s.
6cwt van £390 + £52 12s 8d = £442 12s 8d.
Is anyone aware if any of these Dormobiles survive? I would be pleased to feature one on these webpages
Here are all the other pages of the brochure