The Miami was yet another example of a short lived Conway model, and, like many others, was in production for just one year, in this case, 1990.


The Miami was almost identical in appearance to the Euro Challenger, however, it was at the opposite end of the scale, size wise. The Euro Challenger was one of the largest models ever produced, whereas the Miami was one of the smallest four berth models. The Miami was a flat fronted model, in the two tone grey, with red trim, of the Euro Challenger. The beds were 200cm long, unlike all other four berth models of the time, which were 220cm. The awning was 420cm wide, like its siblings, but only 220cm deep. This was a full 270cm shorter than the Euro Challenger, with its optional zip off annex and sun canopy. Although the sun canopy was a standard item on the Euro Challenger, it was available as an extra on the Miami.


Other optional extras included a jockey wheel, spare wheel, brakes, cupboard cushions, back rest, table and awning liner. This meant that the Miami really was, very much, an entry level trailer tent, with the option to customise / upgrade, as required.


Like many other models, the Miami came in two main sub models; the L and the DL. The main difference between the two was the inclusion of the Conway kitchen, on the DL.

Included below is a copy of the Conway brochure that included the Miami as well as the specific setup instructions for this model, and a generic manual from the period. are grateful to Blue Sky Holdings for permission to reproduce the information above.

Unit Type: Conway Miami Trailer Tent (Discontinued Model)

Berths: Four (Plus four in optional under bed pods) 

Canvas Colours:



 Two Tone Grey / Red                                                           

Setup Instructions:  1990

Conway Brochures that include the Miami:  1990

User Manual:  1993 


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