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Newly converted 2015 Citroen Relay L3H2

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Vehicle Description

2.2 HDI
6 Speed Manual
Returns about 35MPG on a run.

The van drives like new.

Cruise control
Air conditioning
Traction control
Satellite navigation
DAB radio

MOT is valid till the end of September 2021

I am the second owner of the van which i acquired in 2018. it was previously owned by a lease company so it has been well maintained and serviced.

The body work is in good condition with just a few age related marks.

Conversion Description

Here I have for sale my newly converted 2015 (65 plate) Citroen Relay L3H2 campervan. I bought the van in 2018 with the intention of making it a lovely family holiday camper. However due to unforeseen circumstance it now means I regrettably need to sell the van.

I bought the van back in 2018 when it was just a standard panel van. I have spent the last 3 years painstakingly converting it and it has only just been recently finished. The beds haven’t even been slept on.

There is 2 opening tinted windows fitted, one either side. These are covered on the inside by custom made curtains.

The roof has 2 dometic rooflights fitted that have built in flyscreens and blinds.

The whole van is insulated, there is 50mm of celotex in the walls and 25mm in the floor and ceiling. Where celotex couldn’t be fitted i have used recycled plastic insulation.

The majority of the walls and ceiling are covered in 8mm pine tongue and groove. All of the wood work in the van hasn’t been treated or painted as I thought i would leave it up to the new owners to choose what they would want to do with it. It could be stained, painted or even left natural like it is.

The flooring is laid in marine ply and covered with altro none slip flooring.

The main bed is made up from the rear seats in the van. when made is is a good comfortable size of about 6ftx4ft8. There is room on the seat towards the front of the vehicle for a child to use as a bed (or a small adult for the odd night here and there)

The 12v electrics on the van consist of a 110ah leisure battery that is maintained by a ring rscdc30 battery to battery charger. This also take the 100w solar panel mounted on the roof.

There are 2 usb ports and a 12v accessory port mounted on the 12v switch panel aswell as a battery voltage display.

The lighting is provided by 6 ceiling mounted LED lights that are remote dimmable which gives a lovely atmosphere on an evening.

There is a 12v television with a built in dvd player mounted on the wall at the rear of the van. (for those rainy evenings spent in the van)

The van also has a diesel heater fitted which has 2 blower vents, one at the front of the van and one at the rear. It keeps the van toasty and warm even when its very cold outside. The feed for the heater has been plumbed directly into the vans main fuel tank. Saves having to worry about refilling a separate tank inside the vehicle. It is very fuel efficient, you can run it for hours and not even notice a drop on the vans fuel gauge.

Inside the kitchen unit there is a Waeco CRX80 12v compressor fridge, this is amazing for off grid use as the power consumption is next to nothing. behind the other kitchen unit door there is the fresh and waste water tanks for the sink above it. These can also be accessed from outside the sliding door by removing a panel on the back of the unit. This prevents the chance of any spillages inside the van.

There is a 240v hookup fitted to the side of the van which goes through an RCD breaker unit and then to a double socket mounted on the seat base. This also has built in usb chargers.

In the rear door accessible cupboard there is a porta potty that was going to be used for overnight purposes as it could just be placed inside next to the sliding door on an evening.

There currently isn’t a cooker fitted in the van as I didn’t want to cook in van for safety reasons with having a small child. I was happy to do the cooking outside. However there is room in the kitchen unit to have on fitted if you wished to do so.

I am going to be really sad to see this van go after spending so long painstakingly building it, especially without even getting to use it.

If you have any other question please don’t hesitate to ask.

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£1,000
Make and Model

Citroen Relay L3H2

Current Mileage
74,000miles
Year
Specification
Registered Vehicle Type
Panel Van (does not meet DOT standards)
Transmission Type
Manual
Vehicle length
5.00meters
Vehicle height
2.50meters
Vehicle Width
2.05meters
Berths
3

The main bed is made from the rear seats and when in place is approximately 6ft x 4ft 8 inches

The childs bed is based on the seat situated towards the front of the van and is approximately 5ftx2ft

Belted Seats
3
Maximum Weight (MAM or MTPLM)
3,500kg
Unladen Weight Verified?
NO - the vehicle has not been weighed since completion
Gas sign-off supplied
Gas free
Electrics
12v Electrics
USB sockets
leisure battery
Split charge relay
Solar Panel
240v Electrics