Gs and plystream
Wherever you go with your Plystream you will be met with astounded people all eager to know more about it. You can personalize your Plystream any way you want. You do not have to varnish it, you could paint in any number of ways and colours. You could even use it as a very cool catering van.

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The Plystream not only looks fabulous, those lovely curves serve to help the Plystream slip through the air with ease. Even at speed the Plystream is never flustered. It is stable and easy to tow and because it only weighs 300 kilos it's so light that you will almost forget you are towing it. The Plystream is one of the lightest caravans on the road and just about any car can easily tow it.
side view plystream
The bright and spacious interior consists of two settee bunks wide enough to sleep on or by simply dropping in the seat backs, a very wide double bed can quickly be made. There is a good sized table which bolts to the front panel. At the rear of the Slidavan there is a kitchen area with room enough for a small hob and sink. The other side is left open so you can decide how to fit it out. It could be used for a shower or simply as a place to stow extra things when camping.
The Plystream is a fully insulated and very lightweight and aerodynamic two berth 3 metre long caravan designed to fit on a small unbraked trailer with a gross capacity of 500 kilos. The Plystream weighs just 300 kilos so can be towed by the smallest of cars. It has six foot of headroom throughout, two wide single berths or one large double. It has rear loading to allow the easy carrying of long items such as boats or bicycles. Thanks to its symmetrical design it is an easy task to change any of the dimensions to suit any trailer. 
The step by step illustrated instructions walk you through the entire build process. They include a lot of further information on all aspects of the build, from the materials you need and how to find and modify them. Unlike a traditional caravan, the Plystream is constructed using the insulating layer as a structural element. This creates an extremely light but very strong structure. You do not need much space to build a Plystream as it is built on to the trailer. The Plystream is a bit harder to build than our other designs but still only requires very simple basic tools. 

The Plystream plans are metric but allow for the use of Imperial materials. During the build you will learn how to laminate wood, make templates and use epoxy resin and much more. If you buy all new parts to build your Slidavan it may cost about 3000 Euros which is a fraction of the cost of other small caravans available to buy today. The costs can be brought down considerably by using second hand parts.



plystream frame
rear door aperture
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