Iveco Daily XLWB
Here is our lovely camper. It’s been our home for the last year. Currently parked at a sustainable woodland project and available to be viewed anytime.
We are going away to do some conservation work at sea and the time has come to let her go. The conversion was done whilst living in her so progress wasn’t as fast as we would have liked. But it does mean that all the final touches to make her your own are still there for you to do. Give us a call if you want to come say hello.
There was £200 worth of brake line work done to replace some worn piping at last MOT.
I replaced the alternator in March this year.
There is some welding required underneath the side door step but it is only and advisory on the MOT.
3 tyres are fine but front left will need to be replaced before next MOT as is going bald on outside edge. Would recommend getting the tracking done.
Comes with two leisure batteries and a split charger relay.
This van has been a comfy home for 1 year with me and my partner the king size bed is huge! With floor space to sleep a small camping bed if you have a little one or a friend staying over. The roof deck is also a comfy sleep for two people if you like to be under the stars.
Was insulated and boarded by previous owner. They used spray adhesive and carpet that’s why the walls look a bit grim. I ripped it off with the intension of
Cladding but haven’t had time.
Has a temporary kitchen unit with a LPG 2 hob burner.
The log burner has been fitted with 5” flu, it goes through a twin wall flu through the roof as well as the appropriate heat proof gator.
I have fitted a roof deck with composite decking as wood tends to hold moisture and rot your roof! Can be used as a rack for canoes bikes etc. You just need a ladder.
The back 2ft (approx) is currently the garage area with an insulated wall separating it from the rest of the van. With a shelf fitted above.
The bed/seating area, table and wardrobe have all been built in the last 5 months but need to have the front panels made/fitted to make them look nicer but all the frame work is complete.
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