Horace is one of 2 new Brazilian liquid cooled Type 2s to join us. These liquid cooled T2s are really lovely to drive – that extra power makes a difference making them more relaxing to drive because you don’t have to drive them as hard to ‘keep up’
Horace was born in 2012 in the Sao Bernard do Campo Rio de Janeiro plant before coming over to the UK. Like Monty and Pippa he has both the full width bed and pop top roof with upstairs accommodation for children of all ages – so long as 80 kgs is not exceeded.
Horace is a fabulous peppermint and white in colour (it’s actually a Porsche colour from an era when there must have been some ‘interesting’ people in the Porsche colours department ) with matching curtains and very classy grey upholstery and interior.
Horace was built fresh for the 2019 season. He has a high spec interior and he’s another lovely looking camper that you will find people coming over to have a closer look at when parked up and waving to you on the road. Being liquid cooled he has a normal vehicle heating system.
Horace has seating for 5, and the rear seat belt set up comprises of two 3 point seat belts and one lap belt.
How Horace is set up
Our vans are perfectly set up for your adventure.
Smart electric system for powered site hook-ups or standalone camping.
On board standard vehicle cab heater which provides plenty of heat for on and off site camping, electric fan heater available when connected at the campsite.
For off-site camping you have a 2nd ‘house’ battery that charges up as you drive for lights etc so you can’t run down the engine battery. You can also run and charge your own electric items via the USB sockets.
Vitrifrigo 49 litre fridge that really works well, 12v or mains powered
Fold out full width bed suitable for 2 adults
Lifting roof suitable for 2 children or 1 adult (up to 80 kgs)
5 seat belts – one of the rear being of lap belt design.
Other standard fittings include
Full LED lighting
2 Burner gas stove top with grill
Sink and powered cold water supply
Cutlery and crockery for the number of passengers on board