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Peugeot Boxer L3H2 (2017)

43,200 miles
2 Berths

Essential Information
Kitchen Sink
Dining Table
Ceiling Fan/Vent
Toilet - Portable
Toilet - Composting
Pet Bed/Pet Friendly
DAB Radio
Audio Inputs
Extra Storage
Air Conditioning

Detailed Information
Vehicle Description

The base vehicle was bought by myself privately in Feb 2022 from a business owner. I had a mechanic look at it before purchasing the vehicle. It had previously been a street food business cargo Van in East London (doing small distance trips). Required a deep clean but no engine issues. Couple of dinks in body work and a larger defect behind side door which I filled myself.

The first thing I did was have Deadlocks fitted and have 3 keys for this.
The Vehicle came with a good service history and I have tried to keep this up with regular services.

Vehicle has an MOT valid until 18 October 2024

Full Service History:
2 x Peugeot Service with Previous Owner

Mechanical work I’ve Had done:
Pre Purchase Mechanic check 23rd February 2022
2 x Hook Deadlocks inserted to Side and Rear Doors April 2022
2 x Deadlocks to Front Cab Doors April 2022
Oil / Filter Change Friday 30th June 2023
Full Service 9th April 2024

The Engine:
Vehicle make PEUGEOT
Date of first registration September 2017
Year of manufacture 2017
Cylinder capacity 1997 cc
CO₂ emissions 163 g/km
Fuel type DIESEL

6 Gears
2 Keys
3 Deadlock Keys

Reversing Parking Sensors – these help so much!
Bluetooth connection
Aux connection
USB charging
In Built Satnav

Conversion Description

I started the build when I bought the van back in February 2022. I had planned on doing the build myself but quickly realised that I was not going to be able to complete the work myself around my full time job as a junior doctor. After Cleaning, sealing, rust treating, insulating and sound deadening, I hired Rouge Concept in Cambridge to complete the majority of the work. Following completion of the living spaces and installation of the systems (Gas, Water and Electric) I then completed the van build myself doing the soft furnishings and decorating. The result is a well built but personalised and versatile space with an open layout.

The kitchen is a large space with plenty of space for food preparation on the solid oak worktop. There is a deep sink which is ideal for when you don’t fancy doing the dishes before moving campsite. The van has a Thertford single ring gas hob with a stylish black splashback. The gas locker is in the rear of the vehicle which houses 2.25 Campinggaz bottles and all the gas work has been signed off with a Gas Safety Certificate. The kitchen overhead storage and cupboards are made from Birch Ply and have plenty of storage. A small waste bin is housed in under the sink and the middle cupboard houses the 34L Compressor Fridge with 8L Freeze Capacity. This is plenty of room to store around 4-5 days of fresh food for 2 people. Overhead there is a Max Air Fan that provides plenty of ventilation within the whole van, but is well positioned to reduce condensation when cooking.

There is no heated water in the van but the electrical pump provides good pressure to the tap. The Van has impressive underslung storage capacities with a 91L fresh water tank and a 66L grey water tank. The Control panel has a water level to tell you when you may be running low. The fresh water is easy to fill from the side of the van and has a key (2 keys). The grey water tank is easily emptied from a tap under the drivers side of the vehicle.

Seating Area:
The seating area in between the kitchen and the bed, easily seats 3-4 people around the pull out oak table. The benches provide plenty of extra storage space and one houses the 12v Chinese Diesel Heater with an hot air outflow valve blowing under the table.

The bed is 176cm long and 120cm wide and sleeps 2 on a custom fit Memory foam mattress. It is has 2 12v reading lamps with associated USB ports for overnight phone charging. The overhead skylight means you can sleep under the stars on a clear night, but also gives the opportunity to cool off on those hot summer evenings.
The van gets plenty dark enough with good curtains on the side window and full length curtains to block out the cab.

The electrics have been plenty for 2 people to charge all our devices (2x phones, speakers, airpods) whilst running the fridge, lights as needed and 12v diesel heater. With this set up one could realistically be OFF GRID. There is the added option of 240V hook up allowing you to use your household appliances at campsites.
The 250w solar panel and DC to DC charger have provided plenty of power on our trips away, but the van also will trickle charge when plugged in at campsites if required.
The van is well lit with natural light in the day. There are multiple spot lights in the Akupanel Ceiling which are dimmable on the switch at the rear of the side door.

The van has plenty of storage. We feel the kitchen has loads of cupboard space for everything you could need to take with you. There is storage above the cab which is suprisingly spacious and we house our clothes in packing pods up there when we took the van away. There is more storage in both benches (one has less as this is where the diesel heater is also housed). The boot space has loads of space. This is where the systems are all housed but the middle is left just for any kit you need for your trip away! Overall this means you can have everything away and keep the van as tidy as possible on your trips.

The van has been built to a really good standard. Over the couple of years I’ve had it its been well looked after but there is some evidence of wear as you’d expect. Viewing the van is very much recommended and I will happily point out the little quirks that give it character!

Summary of Techicals:
Gas: 2.25 campinggaz bottle with safety locker
Thertford Single ring hob
Electrical: 250w solar panel with Solar charge controller
Dc to dc charger (battery to battery)
20amp mains battery charger
100ah AGM battery
240v hook up with consumer unit
USB Plugs throughout the van

Water: 91litre underslung fresh water tank, 66litre underslung waste water tank, Shurflo 30psi water pump & accumulation valve with filter

Fan: Max Air Fan
Heat: 12v Chinese Diesel Heater
Fridge: 34l compressor fridge with 8l freeze capacity
Roof: Akupanel
Flooring: vinyl flooring
Worktop: solid oak
Lighting: led spot lights & 2x reading lights
Units and over head storage: all made from birch plywood

We have always carried a NOCO boost HD GB70 2000A 12V UltraSafe Portable Lithium Car Jump Starter Kit. We have actually never had to use this on the road but it has been nice to know we have it with us. We have used it a couple of times when the van has been sat without being driven for too long and it works extremely well. We may have used it 3 times in total and its worth £200 new. We are including this in the cost of the van.

We bought a porta loo worth >£300 and have never used it. We are including this in the van sale because obviously have not got a use for it now we are selling the van.

We will will also be including the Jackery Portable Power Station Explorer 500 ( 518 WH) with 500W / 230V AC outlet. We have probably fully charged and drained this twice. Its an amazing piece of kit that means you can take a couple tools away with you in case something needs fixing on the road. All of these items gave us peace of mind more than anything which is really priceless!

We will realistically be looking to clear out a bunch of camping gear too – foldable table and chairs, plates, cups, etc. We are happy for you to have a rummage through the stuff we don’t want and take anything that would be useful (its not all that fancy but works!)

Beds Description

Fixed bed at the back (176cm x 120cm) with memory foam custom fit mattress.

The living space in the van is very spacious at the moment. This makes it less cramped than other campers and means the space is quite versatile (can use to transport cargo, sleep others ad hoc or pets).

Would be able to sleep a 3rd person along the gang way with a blow up single blow up mattress or sleeping bag
Space for a Pet Bed

Main Bed Length

Contact the Seller

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Contact Details

Vehicle Spec
Registered Type:
Panel Van (meets DVLA standards)
Fuel Type:
Emissions Compliance:
ULEZ Compliant
Belted Seats:
3 Belts
Driving Side:
Right-Hand Drive
Vehicle Length:
6.00 meters
Converter Type:
Self Build - Handcrafted Expert
Conversion Condition:
Gas Sign-off:
Gas Safe Certificate
Max Weight (MAM, GVW or MTPLM):
Unladen Weight Verified:
No - the vehicle has not been weighed since completion

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

From Quirky Campers:
Quirky loves this style

Quirky loves this style means that Quirky Campers would approve this van for hiring. However, Quirky have not approved a Gas Safe certificate, a Weighbridge certificate, or the vehicle's electrics. Buyers must check these themselves. For some tips on what to look out for read this. If the listing has no Gas Safe certificate, no unladen weight and no electrical sign-off please proceed with caution!

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