Hi & Welcome!
I noticed you were:
(a) looking for an awning;
(b) prepared to be flexible as to choice;
(c) hoping to preserve your Dandy's retro look.
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Dandy awnings can be difficult to find. They are robust but also very heavy. There are threads on here about how owners have had their awning adapted to make them more manageable. In addition, there are threads which also set out other awning ideas and it seems to me that the shape and colour scheme of the NR Awning lends itself to your Dandy.
A few things will need to be checked out if you are interested either in the purchase or looking out for a similar awning closer to where you are:
1. the Seller states the awning is 6'6" high which converts to 193 cm. This may be a little low since it is important to ensure there is sufficient clearance space to accommodate the outward swing of your door. The photo the Seller has posted however gives the impression that the unit side of the awning is slightly higher than the front so it would be advisable to ask for a precise measurement and whether or not there is scope for the rear poles to be extended to their maximum and if so what the height would be with the poles at full extension and without the mud skirt losing contact with the ground.
2. If there will be sufficient material to tuck the awning under your roof to achieve a close and weather proof fit;
3. what kit is used to attach the awning.
The shape and colour scheme seem ideally suited and it may be that other owners who have adapted similar shaped motor home awnings to fit a Dandy can offer you further practical advice about important questions to pose before proceeding.
Anyhow, I hope this helps!
Enjoy your Dandy!