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*REDUCED* ULTIMATE LONG-TERM, OFF-GRID, VAN-LIFE EXPERIENCE - BRAND NEW BUILD

Sold
£28,000

Citroen Relay L3H2

Used
98,474 miles
3 Berths

Essential Information
Hob
Fridge
Kitchen Sink
Dining Table
Heater
Ceiling Fan/Vent
Shower - Internal
Toilet - Portable
DAB Radio
Audio Inputs
Reversing Camera
Air Conditioning

Detailed Information
Vehicle Description

CITROEN RELAY 35 L3H2 ENTERPRISE White
A/C
2.2, PANEL VAN (INTEGRAL),
DIESEL,
Front Wheel Drive,
6 Speeds
MOT Jan 2024
RAC vehicle warranty Jan 2024
Just been serviced
Both cab and body is in immaculate condition

Beds Description

In normal set up the van sleeps two adults lying across the van width the bed measures 136cm x 182cm
When in extended mode the bed can sleep three lying from back to front of the van this bed measures 182cm x 180cm this would comfortably sleep two adults and one child

Conversion Description

Lets start with the van. It’s a 2016 white Citroen Relay L3H2 98747 miles on the clock. Mot until Jan
2024. Its has full service history and was serviced just 100 miles ago. The van comes with an RAC
warranty that runs out in Jan 2024. It is immaculate both in the cab and outside the van.
Now for the conversion. This is a brand-new build everything inside has been purchased new and
comes with all documentation and warranty information. The design is a vision from YouTuber and
van builder Nate Murphy who has mentored me through the entire van build process. Nates vision
was to maximise the feeling of space. “Many vans feel quite closed-in, but by being extremely
efficient on space where every centimetre counts this van feels extremely spacious. On rainy days
when you are cooped up inside this van offers a pleasant comfortable space to just chillout in. Clean
and interconnecting lines throughout the van create a feeling of continuity creating a visual peace
within the build with a minimalistic uncluttered space.”
A fixed bed means there is no faff of having to make and remake a bed everyday. The custom made
memory foam mattress can be used as a double sleeping two cross ways in the van or after a few
seconds of lowering the dining table you could sleep three from front to back on a super king-size
bed. The aim of the van is not to just look sleek but to be a great and easy way to travel and enjoy
on a daily basis. Nates designed this van to be the ultimate long-term, off-grid, van life experience.
The lighting has been specifically designed to create several options for use. With six different
lighting circuits you are able to create a range of both direct and indirect moods. These allow the
van to range from a low-lit cosy paradise to a well-lit van for day-to-day life.
In building the van I’ve used only the highest quality sustainable materials. A mix of pine, redwood
and oak with hard wood ply panels and parquet flooring. Utilising solid materials allows the van to
be refreshed over time allowing the van to grow old but remain timeless inside. The van is fully
insulated using recycled plastic thermo fleece and Kingspan insulation panels with the van being fully
lined with a vapour barrier.
The kitchen has been handmade and topped off with a 27mm solid oak kitchen worktop. It comes
with a Dometic twin burner hob along with an integrated sink and tap offering both hot and cold
water. There is a dual output waste allowing for grey water to exit below the van or into a waste
collection bottle below the sink. There are five heavy duty kitchen drawers to fill with all necessary
food, cutlery, pots, pans and plates you could possibly need.
The corner of the kitchen can be folded up using strong magnets to create a large walk-in shower
and portable toilet.
There is over head storage for clothes above one side of the bed and even more storage in two
drawers under the bed for all those extra things you need to access from inside the van. There is
large, insulated storage above the cab to enable the storage of extra blankets, coats and other items
you may not need on a daily basis.
A 35L Dometic fridge effortlessly slides out from under the seat into the kitchen to give a constant
cold storage of chilled goods and can be set to freeze down to -17 should the need arise. During
normal use the fridge/freezer uses a 12 volt supply to keep cold but can also be plugged into mains
power if you get the opportunity to plug the van in.
An underslung 25 litre LPG gas tank has been installed under the van and can be filled up via a filling
point on the drivers side of the van at suitable filling stations this means no bulky gas tanks that
need to be exchanged when you run out of gas. The LPG level can be monitored from within the
van.

The LPG supplies a Propex gas heater so on cold evenings you can set the temperature on the digital
display to regulate the temperate within the van. It also provides the supply to the Malaga water
heater giving you access to hot showers and hot water for washing up. This is operated and turned
on from inside the van and the Malaga water heater can also be used on mains power when
connected to a mains supply from outside the van.
An internal 70 litre freshwater tank that can be filled from outside the van goes through a filter then
into a pump and pressurisation vessel giving the required pressure for a quick hot shower within 20
minutes of switching the water heater on.
Above the kitchen is a Maxx Air fan deluxe which can be opened and closed via the remote control.
This can be use to extract air from the van or supply fresh air into the van with variable speed and
temperature options.
The show stopper for the van is the electrical set up. This is a fully off grid, certified system supplied
by Tiny Build Electrics. With 590W of solar coming from two roof mounted solar panels. These
supply the 230amph leisure battery and provide a constant charge. The power is all maintained by
the Victron Connect system which can be monitored via the Victron Connect app. So with the touch
of a button you can connect via Bluetooth to your entire electrical system to check how much solar
you are producing and what level the battery is at. Using a Smart Shunt system the leisure battery is
also charged when you are driving the van so there is no excuse for ever running out of battery in
the van. The van has three double USB charge points and a double socket powered via a 1200w
inverter giving you access to mains power where ever you go. Should you visit a site with access to
mains power the van can be plugged in via the point installed on the side of the van. This will
provide 240V power to the fridge, the Malaga water heater and the battery charger meaning you
can top up the battery should the need arise.
All in all this is a fantastic opportunity to own a van that is built for the adventurer opening the door
for endless off-grid van-life. Its subtle looks from the outside and its stylish looks on the inside are
not to be missed.


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:
Manual
Belted Seats:
3 Belts
Driving Side:
Right-Hand Drive
Vehicle Length:
6.00 meters
Vehicle Height:
2.50 meters
Vehicle Width:
2.00 meters
Converter Type:
Self Build - Handcrafted Expert
Conversion Condition:
New
Gas Sign-off:
None
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
240v Sign off

From Quirky Campers:
We like the style

We like the style means that Quirky Campers would approve it for hiring but you must still check that the gas, electrics and weight were done properly. 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!

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.