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Swift Caravans

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The Swift Group is the biggest manufacturer in the industry and, in 2014, is celebrating 50 years of being in business. Its new portfolio features SMART HT – a revolution in Swift production, using timberless body construction and new building techniques for more durable and stylish caravans.
 

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