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Micro Camper, 2 Berth, Fiat Scudo, 88,000miles, New Cambelt, Service, Exhaust
BIN Price£2950.0
Start08/10/21 4:55 PM
End15/10/21 4:55 PM
Micro self-build camper, 2 berth with slide out bed. Add some curtains and she's ready to go. I was going to tour the UK and spend winter in Scotland but a relationship change means I'm flying out to Italy soon for the winter, beyond that may be Denmark (AirBnB the entire time away) so this little van unfortunately is not required though I've just enjoyed 11 days away in it in Northern Ireland. The van is functionally basic but included is a new, unused Thetford toilet with chemicals and a new, unused Samovar water heater/cooker (pictured). Buy a £10 gas cooker and some gas canisters, a fold away bowl and you have all you need for basic, fuss free stealth camping. The Samovar heater can be used for heat, water for boiling tea, washing/shaving etc. I was going to make a flue that extended beyond the slide window/slide door but you may have other ideas. Just ensure you have adequate ventilation, a carbon monoxide detector and a fire extinguisher for safety and peace of mind. Also included are the cut to size foam mattresses, black out tint if you fancy that and a roll of black vinyl should you want to, from the outside, hide the workmanship and generally tart it up. The single bed pulls out into a double, one part of the bed hinges up for storage which is plentiful. Fully insulated (see photos) including the floor and roof. The van is reliable, economical and a pleasure to drive. Brakes are good, after all, she recently had a full service, cambelt change and SS exhaust and catalytic converter at the cost of £450. Expensive but it had to be made especially for the lowered wheelchair access floor. This van is ready to go and can be made into something personal and very special and all at a budget. I've done a couple of jobs since these photos were taken including painting the steel wheels black so she is presentable. Quirky bits: You'd expect some quirks from a vehicle of this age but nothing that detracts from it's charm! The back door does not lock, the key spins around. I was going to fit a latch from the inside but you may have other ideas.... such as fixing the lock! The passenger door has been replaced with the same coloured door from a Citroen Despatch, the Despatch badge still visible. The slight dent near that door makes me believe someone had hit the side of the van rendering the passenger door U/S. If you have any questions or would like to view please get in touch. The van is with me at WR103AY near Worcester. I can also email you further photos and some videos I took whilst building it. Payment by bank transfer please or on collection. Thanks for looking and good luck, Shane
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