90% complete. Iveco Daily XLWB.

|
948 | 6

£23,000
Campervan

Iveco Daily XLWB

Used
133,000 miles
3 Berths

Essential Information
Hob
Oven
Fridge
Kitchen Sink
Heater
Ceiling Fan/Vent
Shower - Internal
Toilet - Built-in
Toilet - Composting
DAB Radio
Audio Inputs
Reversing Camera
Isofix
Air Conditioning

Detailed Information
Vehicle Description

Recently (March) bought to finish plumbing and do last details but since then and a change in circumstances, I have not had time to make any changes, I do not see that changing any time soon and as such, would like to sell her to someone who does have the time, I will then start shopping again when I retire!
Call me on 07500516615 if you’re interested.
I’m open to reasonable offers but I got it at a great price and that was just a couple of months ago so I am only asking what I paid for it.
The ad the previous owner posted on Quirky Campers was as follows (as I clearly do not have much to add):

IVECO DAILY XLWB – 90% FINISHED – MASSIVELY REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE

Detailed Information
Beds Description
1 adult queen-sized bed, latex mattress. Planned for sofas to transform into extra single bed.
Conversion Description
I worked on this for 18 months to transform it into (what I thought) was going to be my new home.
Unfortunately, I’m now leaving the country and don’t have time to finish it.
Bad for me, but great for the next owner, because:
This thing cost £18.5k when I bought it
I’ve put more than another £15.5k into brand new top-of-the-range equipment to make it the perfect home on wheels
Plus another £4k in materials.
(Not to mention £4k worth of repairs to future-proof it)
I need to sell before I leave, and I recognise that’s a ton of cash to ask for a partially-finished van.
So I’m only asking for 23k. I’m losing £19k on this sale and you’re getting a bargain.
If I had time to finish the cabinets and make it pretty, there’s no way I’d let it go for less than £45k.
So you could potentially finish this and sell it straight on for that and nab a very tidy profit.
Here’s what else you need to know:
The van is about 30-40 days away from being finished (see picture above, I’ve got all the remaining jobs planned out.)
It is a perfect buy for those who would like to skip all of the hard and crappy work and focus on finishing the van in a style that they love.
I’m also happy to be on call, within reason, to answer any questions after you’ve got her.
I’m open to reasonable offers, too.
For a full rundown of what I put in, please read this non-exhaustive list:
Because I thought she’d be my home, I didn’t spare any expense in kitting her out.
Here’s what you’ll get inside:
An £800 latex mattress, which I’ll wager is more comfortable than your bed at home (it’s definitely better than mine)
A £1000 composting toilet, ready-to-use and piped to the outside for zero-smell relief at your discretion
A custom fitted shower pod, framed and ready to be fitted, £515
A diesel heater, £200, fitted directly to the diesel tank so you never have to worry about running out of heat when you’re tripping through the lake district in winter
The Voyager Cooker 4500 – a stellar hob/grill/oven combo. £405 so you can cook like you would at home, but anywhere you dare to go.
The ARB Zero fridge/freezer, £1.2k, to keep your rolling home stocked with fresh and frozen food.
That fridge freezer is so efficient you could run it for weeks without any power input. But you won’t have to because…
There are 600 watts of solar panels on the roof, I literally couldn’t fit any more in. But it’s perfect for the unreliability of the English sun, so you’ll have power, whatever the weather
340 Amp hours of cutting edge lithium batteries to store all that juicy power
A 2000W inverter/charger combo – so you can run your 240v appliances (laptops, kettles, microwave) when you need to, and charge from shore power if you need a top up
A 60A DC-DC charger to keep you topped up simply from driving
An MPPT solar charge controller to monitor and keep track of how much charge you’re getting, plus not one but two bluetoothh modules that give you real-time data on power draw so you can make sure you’re never going to run out of power
All of the above cost another £3.6k.
Then I connected it all with the best cables/connectors/fuses and more, which cost another £850
I also…
Sound proofed the entire van with Dodo van liner (£410)
Insulated the entire van with celotex (to be honest, I didn’t keep track of this, but at least £100)
Bought Baltic Plywood for the finishings (£700)
Did the framing with quality timber (£600)
Installed TWO AirMaxx fans for constant, powerful airflow in the warmer months (£665)
And installed a beautiful skylight (with built-in blinds) right over the double bed, for gorgeous views when you wake up. (£500)
Installed a reversing cam (£100) because this thing is HUGE
Installed a mobile booster for great reception across the country so you can work or stay connected anywhere (Can’t find the receipt in my emails for this one either, but at least £100)
Spent another £700 on tools, many of which were only needed once, to compete the jobs
Installed a window on the sliding door (£153 and a LOT of scary cutting) so you get a view while you’re cooking
Bought (but haven’t installed) windows for the rear doors – you can take or leave these.
Got repairs done so it runs like a dream, to the tune of £4k
Bought the boiler, pump and diaphragm – all ready to install (£320)
Total cost: £15,740
There are also all the little bits I’ve not factored into the cost…
The aluminium bed frame
The anti mould paint
The screws, bolts, nuts, rivnuts, and drill bits
The PEX piping and joints
And loads more I can’t remember anymore

Conversion Description

Detailed Information
Beds Description
1 adult queen-sized bed, latex mattress. Planned for sofas to transform into extra single bed.
Conversion Description
I worked on this for 18 months to transform it into (what I thought) was going to be my new home.
Unfortunately, I’m now leaving the country and don’t have time to finish it.
Bad for me, but great for the next owner, because:
This thing cost £18.5k when I bought it
I’ve put more than another £15.5k into brand new top-of-the-range equipment to make it the perfect home on wheels
Plus another £4k in materials.
(Not to mention £4k worth of repairs to future-proof it)
So I’m only asking for 23k. I’m losing £19k on this sale and you’re getting a bargain.
If I had time to finish the cabinets and make it pretty, there’s no way I’d let it go for less than £45k.
So you could potentially finish this and sell it straight on for that and nab a very tidy profit.
Here’s what else you need to know:
The van is about 30-40 days away from being finished (see picture above, I’ve got all the remaining jobs planned out.)
It is a perfect buy for those who would like to skip all of the hard and crappy work and focus on finishing the van in a style that they love.
I’m also happy to be on call, within reason, to answer any questions after you’ve got her.
For a full rundown of what I put in, please read this non-exhaustive list:
Because I thought she’d be my home, I didn’t spare any expense in kitting her out.
Here’s what you’ll get inside:
An £800 latex mattress, which I’ll wager is more comfortable than your bed at home (it’s definitely better than mine)
A £1000 composting toilet, ready-to-use and piped to the outside for zero-smell relief at your discretion
A custom fitted shower pod, framed and ready to be fitted, £515
A diesel heater, £200, fitted directly to the diesel tank so you never have to worry about running out of heat when you’re tripping through the lake district in winter
The Voyager Cooker 4500 – a stellar hob/grill/oven combo. £405 so you can cook like you would at home, but anywhere you dare to go.
The ARB Zero fridge/freezer, £1.2k, to keep your rolling home stocked with fresh and frozen food.
That fridge freezer is so efficient you could run it for weeks without any power input. But you won’t have to because…
There are 600 watts of solar panels on the roof, I literally couldn’t fit any more in. But it’s perfect for the unreliability of the English sun, so you’ll have power, whatever the weather
340 Amp hours of cutting edge lithium batteries to store all that juicy power
A 2000W inverter/charger combo – so you can run your 240v appliances (laptops, kettles, microwave) when you need to, and charge from shore power if you need a top up
A 60A DC-DC charger to keep you topped up simply from driving
An MPPT solar charge controller to monitor and keep track of how much charge you’re getting, plus not one but two bluetoothh modules that give you real-time data on power draw so you can make sure you’re never going to run out of power
All of the above cost another £3.6k.
Then I connected it all with the best cables/connectors/fuses and more, which cost another £850
I also…
Sound proofed the entire van with Dodo van liner (£410)
Insulated the entire van with celotex (to be honest, I didn’t keep track of this, but at least £100)
Bought Baltic Plywood for the finishings (£700)
Did the framing with quality timber (£600)
Installed TWO AirMaxx fans for constant, powerful airflow in the warmer months (£665)
And installed a beautiful skylight (with built-in blinds) right over the double bed, for gorgeous views when you wake up. (£500)
Installed a reversing cam (£100) because this thing is HUGE
Installed a mobile booster for great reception across the country so you can work or stay connected anywhere (Can’t find the receipt in my emails for this one either, but at least £100)
Spent another £700 on tools, many of which were only needed once, to compete the jobs
Installed a window on the sliding door (£153 and a LOT of scary cutting) so you get a view while you’re cooking
Bought (but haven’t installed) windows for the rear doors – you can take or leave these.
Got repairs done so it runs like a dream, to the tune of £4k
Bought the boiler, pump and diaphragm – all ready to install (£320)
Total cost: £15,740
There are also all the little bits I’ve not factored into the cost…
The aluminium bed frame
The anti mould paint
The screws, bolts, nuts, rivnuts, and drill bits
The PEX piping and joints
And loads more I can’t remember anymore

________________________________________

Beds Description

Currently Fixed, easy to change to dinette. One mattress in place, one brand new mattress (still in plastic).

Main Bed Length
190cm

Contact the Seller

The contact details for this vehicle are no longer available because it has either sold or the listing has expired.


Vehicle Spec
Registered Type:
Panel Van (meets DVLA standards)
Fuel Type:
Diesel
Transmission:
Automatic
Emissions Compliance:
ULEZ Compliant
Belted Seats:
3 Belts
Driving Side:
Right-Hand Drive
Vehicle Length:
7.00 meters
Converter Type:
Self Build - Handcrafted Start-up
Conversion Condition:
Partially Completed
Gas Sign-off:
Gas free
Max Weight (MAM, GVW or MTPLM):
3,500kg
Unladen Weight Verified:
No - the vehicle has not been weighed since completion

Electrics
12v Electrics
USB Sockets
Leisure Battery
Split Charge Relay
Solar Panel(s)
Inverter
240v Electrics
240v Mains Charger

Finance Options:

Finance options are available through our partner, Pegasus Finance. The UK’s leading specialist broker in the leisure finance industry.

Quirky Campers Limited is an Introducer Appointed Representative of Pegasus Finance who are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FRN 662397). Pegasus Finance is a broker, not a lender and can introduce you to a number of finance providers based on your credit rating. They may receive a commission for such introductions. Read More.