The Bedford Rascal is a microvan of the Bedford brand, based on an existing Japanese Suzuki vehicle, the Suzuki Carry. It was sold as the Vauxhall Rascal after 1990, and as the Holden Scurry in Australia. The van was produced (along with its Suzuki twin for the European market), at the IBC Vehicles plant in Luton, adjacent to Vauxhall's main factory. [Bedford Rascal. (2008, May 1). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 22:33, June 4, 2008, from http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Bedford_Rascal&oldid=209543629]
How anybody could attempt to drive to the end of the road, let alone Africa, in a van that is highly combustible and probably couldn't even carry one adult up a lightly inclined road is beyond me. Us idiots that's who so you don't have to!
The following two mid engine sports vans are going to push past the pain barrier and carry us intrepid adventurers to our ultimate destination in Cameroon. So much faith have we in these trusty vans that we've covered the rust in fur, changed a couple of gaskets, cleaned the dashboards, crossed our fingers and hoped for the best. Carry us faithful Rascal van!