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I can help you with info as I have a 2002 Magnum and the tall annex for it, including the seperate bedroom tent they offered.
Back in 2004 the Magnum was only made in the 230 CM "depth" version.
So the annex was not the more common one for their 250 CM Ambassador etc awnings and the one offered today for them and current Magnums.
The older Magnums like ours in common with the "Penta" shared the same annex sizes.
This link ought to get you to Isabella's 2004 brochure where you will find both the Magnum of that era and the tall annex offered in two sizes, one to suit most of their 250 cn awnings and one to suit both the 230 CM Magnum and the Penta.
Other years brochures are all available to download.
The brochure gives all the foot print dimensions, 200 x 138, is the one you need.
Whether they make an annex to suit the older Magnum and even the current Penta I don't know, you would have to ask them. They are brilliant at assisting in my experience.
Along with the super tall annex they made in the interim years another annex called the "Future", this was very much simplified, lighter and a lot cheaper. It used a single "pram frame" hoop. It came with an integrated bedroom tent and effectively its use was simply as a bedroom, whereas the tall annex could be used for extra space, albeit of limited headroom. If you specifically wanted a bedroom going for a Future makes a lot of sense, a lot less hassle to put up and nothing like as heavy as the steel framed Tall annex.
At an NEC I saw a Ventura Cadet Tall annex at very much less cost that the acrylic Isabella model, it used a coated polyester fabric. The Ventra/Isabella person on the stand assured me it would fit Magnums, something I never had cause to validate.
Way best in aquiring one is to seek a secondhand annex, as few of these could have had much use, and its smaller size does not suit the current 250 Magnum. Therefore, the market for people with old Magnums and the very few Pentas around, is very limited.
Just ensure you buy either a Tall or Future isabella annex, very specifically for a 230 cm Magnum, or a Penta.
Hope that helps, and no sorry we are not really ready to sell ours, we might just need it for a great grandchild, if we last a bit longer!
Post again if you want any other info.
Post last edited on 22/07/2020 17:17:33