Avondale caravan windows
Eveningale Coachcraft was founded in 1970 and the very first Avondale Mayfly was produced.
The company was founded by Gerald and Eileen Ball, joined by Louis Ball later that year, and Graham Ball in 1973. The company continued to thrive after selling many of their well-made high specification caravans, leading them to decide to to go to the next level.
So in the 80s Avondale added 2 additional ranges to its range; the Leda and the Perle. The original range that used bird names for its models remained at the top of the range, followed by the mid-range Leda and finally the entry-level Perle.
In 1991, Mr. and Mrs. Ball retired and their son Christopher Ball took charge of the business. With a new person at the head of the company, more changes were made and we saw the introduction of the Avondale Sport in 1994, the Avondale Landranger in 1996, the Avondale Dart in 1998 (Avondale's best-selling range of all time), the Avondale Rialto in 1999. , Avondale Argente in 2002 and finally the Bianco range in 2004. See the table below for a timeline of the Avondale caravan models.
Unfortunately, Avondale went to the administration on September 16, 2008. The company fell victim to the economic crisis that the country was struggling with at the time (and still is). This was a knock-on effect from the dealers who also struggled and had to cut back on what they ordered. No buyer came forward for the company and so Avondale Coachcraft is no more. We can only hope that one day someone will come along and rebuild them to their former glory.
Ordering caravanwindow for Avondale
Does your Avondale caravan need new caravan windows? Please contact Willemsen Caravans. We are happy to help you with the purchase and installation of the new window. You can contact us via the contact page or by filling in the quotation form on the website. On this quotation form you need to describe your window in detail so that we can find the right window for your Avondale caravan.