La Limouzinière 44310 vs.

Apparently, the area of La Limouzinière was populated before evangelization. In 1556, permission comes from the French royal court to build a castle. In 1789, an audience of justice of the Touche-Limouzinière family is held here, during which a book of complaints is written. In 1794 “columns of hell” massacred more than 100 people, including children, near the church.

If anyone else wanted to look through their horrified eyes, what would you see? They were buried in the northern corner of the current cemetery, at the edge of Gazet de La Noë Street. When, in 1854, the town council of La Limouzinière decided to raze the site to the square, they moved the remains to a common ossuary, under the mossy cross in the corner. Those who bow to the cross will see three letters on the base. Apparently, no one has yet solved their mystery. What if they had been standing there watching all along? Those letters. Their eyes from the best Japanese and Korean horror movies.

In 1962, André Padiou makes the first caravan in his father’s carpentry workshop in La Limouzinière and in 1965, the first factory is built next door. His brother, Philippe Padiou, took over management of the company in 1972 and expanded the site several times. 

After a “sneaky/peeky” trip to the USA in 1978, Pilote manufactures its first sleeping camper, the R430, on a Bedford chassis and becomes a “pioneer” export leader in Europe. 

In 1981-83, Pilote develops the R300 and R320 semi-integrated camper concept on Renault-Traffic chassis. From 1983, it suspends trailer production and enters into a deal with Fiat and the PSA Group. New models appear on the Fiat Ducato, Citroen 25 and Peugeot J5.

In 1985 Pilote sells its first fully integrated camper. Class A model R800DA. Since then 50% of sales have been exports. Other more elegant versions of the R800, R800S and R850 are produced.

Groupe Pilote is 100% family owned with around 1,000 employees producing around 6,000 vehicles per year with a turnover of €300 million in 2018. It currently includes GP SAS, Frankia GP-GmbH, Caraway SAS , Danbury Motorcaravans Ltd and Beetles (UK) Ltd. Its brands include: Pilots, Frankia, Bavaria, Le Voyageur, Hanroad, Avis Car-Away, Mooveo and Danbury.

Be my guest & free to drill
who what why where & when
Watch inspire borrow or steal?

To understand why it wasn't until 2010 that the first official RV brand appeared in Poland, one must look at the speed of change in the area of the United Kolkhoz of Half Russian Peeople's Republics

We aaall know how it was before the war. During the war tooo. And to the death of another Murderer of Humanity and MAINLY OF HIS PEOPLE – joseph visarionovich stalin – FORGET ABOUT IT! Evil doesn’t understand true comfort health & freedom. 

It wasn’t until the second half of the 1950s that articles about motor homes slowly appeared in Motor magazine. But, of course, the info goes to all & sun dry, because NO ONE comes up with the idea of constructing the wife of general demand. The first capitalism victory over the curioshitee of sicksocialism.

Obviously you won't find these "Motor" scans online.
Who cares about history wheels stupid digitization.

In 1962 Adam Słodowy, an outstanding mind of the WAT (Military Academy of Technics) of PRL (People’s Republic of Poland) & not only mechanical ideas leading suggestor in TVP, published the second, after Construction of an Amateur Car (National Publishers of Communication & Connectivity, 1958), invaluable as usual guide. 

Reminds me lovely potential of missed opportunity

It’s unclear why this was done, since there wasn’t anything until 1973 the Niewiadow N126 Caravan was created, probably to teach people e.g. “Do IT Sheepishly By Yourself”.  Renamed some time later to “Caravan Freedom Microlite Pop Top Fibre Glass” btw, really. The unknowable thought was of course used knowably by other animal entities.

Must be from Stephen King's Dreamcatcher

Photos by permission of the owner: Fabryka przyczep Niewiadów sp.z o.o. 

Maybe if Polish engineers didn't exile from pain to pain missions abroad e.g. in Iran to help build power plants, cement plants, rolling mills, steel mills and petrochemical complexes then who knows... And who knows what would have happened if they hadn't built them in Iran altogether. Who knows..

The first official “fully-fledged” brand appeared  in 2010. The author turns out to be Jacek Jaskot, stubborn as should be. Hardly struggling with common supply chains.

At the 2020 CMT Show in Stuttgart, a camper van was debuted by Polish company Affinity from Ozorkow near Łódź. The Affinity Camper Van is based on a Fiat Ducato or Peugeot Boxer.


spoiled boys spend their lives spoiling plays other people's cars...

...And the biggest tough guys fart while peeeing.