Mercedes Sprinter 311 LWB
EVEN BETTER VALUE – We are keeping the price the same even though we have just had £1300 worth of work carried out (full service, 4 new shock absorbers, new brake fluid & bleed, filter changes, oil change, coolant change)
We also have all paperwork for MOTs, repairs and services since we have owned the van and some from the previous owners. We are the fourth owners of the van. It drives extremely well and has sailed through every MOT.
Car tax was £265 per year when we last renewed it
MOT expires on 31 January 2024
There are some dents in the bodywork which are shown in the photos as well as some rust on the wheels (common for these vans but the mechanic has confirmed it doesn’t affect the driving at all) but overall the van is really good. It also features professionally designed & installed vinyl on both sides and the back.
We have fixed rust on the corner of the sliding door which is common on these particular vehicles.
Main permanent bed at the back of the bed that sleeps two adults. The bench seats then pull out and cushions fold down to create a second double bed for two children. An additional small child could sleep in the cubby hole (our daughter did when she was 8 but has outgrown it now).
Are you ready to take your adventures to the next level?
Look no further than this beautifully converted Mercedes Sprinter long wheel base (LWB) van. With plenty of room for the whole family, you’ll be able to make memories that will last a lifetime.
The interior of this camper van has been meticulously designed with comfort and convenience in mind. The cozy sleeping area is perfect for a good night’s rest after a long day of exploring complete with storage space for paddle boards, deck chairs, coolers and more underneath.
The bench seats cleverly extend to create another bed whilst also providing more storage space for clothes, games, pots & pans.
There’s a fantastic cubby hole under the main bed which makes the perfect den for little humans, pets or simply acts as more storage room.
The solar panel on the roof is the eco-friendly way of powering the fridge, lighting and USB outlets whilst the gas is ideal for the stove and as a backup power source for the fridge.
The vehicle has been well maintained with a full service and repairs (totalling £1300) carried out on 20th July 2023. It coasts through its annual MOTs and drives beautifully.
The external graphics were designed by our daughter and professionally installed, so this conversion really was a labour of love.
From campfires in Dorset to surfing in Devon, this van has truly delivered when it comes to happy times with family and friends, but it is time for it to be loved by someone new. This vehicle has elements to finish which will allow you to add value and your personal stamp whilst exploring the UK or Europe this summer.
So why wait? Live the van life dream with this one-of-a-kind Mercedes Sprinter camper van. You’ll never want to leave the open road behind.
Main van battery is connected to the leisure battery and the solar panel in a loop so each charges the other depending on how power is being created. This is a real positive for ensuring the van battery will never die and also harnessing the power of the sun to power the internal workings of the camper.
Has passed its MOTs with flying colours and documentation has been kept for all repair work carried out by us and the previous owners.
MOT Expires on 30th January 2024
We have kept all documentation from MOTs, services and repairs carried out whilst we have owned the van and we have some information from the previous owners which will be supplied.
The vehicle tax was £265 per year the last time we renewed it
We believe in complete transparency, so here are minor snags to be aware of
1. Bodywork – This has been a working van prior to the conversion (window fitters van) which has led to some dings in the bodywork. All of them are shown on the photos.
2. Rust – We have treated the worst of it on the sliding door and there are a few minor spots elsewhere (shown in photos)
3. Fridge – It works, but can occasionally be temperamental to get started after it has been off for a long period of time.
4. Unfinished Cabin – the wall that divides the main area from the driver’s cabin is unfinished on the drivers side. We have the cladding, which will be supplied to you but we haven’t got round to completing the work.
5. Unfinished Edging – Purely cosmetic internal bits that haven’t been finished.
6. Two minor chips on the windscreen (see pics)
7. Some rust on the wheel hubs but we are assured by the mechanics that it doesn’t affect the driving at all, it is just a result of the age of the van.
The contact details for this vehicle are no longer available because it has either sold or the listing has expired.
Please note: Quirky Campers do not inspect the listings for accuracy or check campervans in person. We have asked sellers to provide evidence of certificates and paperwork however you MUST check yourself that the information provided is present and correct. You will need to exercise the normal due diligence when buying any vehicle.