Unique 2014 Ford Transit & Awning for Adventures / Mountain Biking & Cycling with Loads of Extras


2014 Ford Transit Cargo Van MWB MH

179,000 miles
2 Berths

Essential Information
Dining Table
Ceiling Fan/Vent
Shower - External
Toilet - Portable
Pet Bed/Pet Friendly
Audio Inputs
Bike Rack
Extra Storage

Detailed Information
Vehicle Description

Due to a significant lifestyle change along with starting a new business I’m having to say goodbye to my pride and joy!

I acquired the van as a plain transit from its single previous owner in immaculate condition. Its been mine for the last 6 years and as you can see from the images its still in very good working order and looks great. There are no signs of wear on the body at all and Ive maintained the vehicle to the best of my ability inside and out – this is obvious when you walk in there.

Literally everything you see in the images are included

A detailed list of all items is as follows;

Freestanding 24 MX Portable 3x3m Awning with 3 walls.
Portable folding outdoor kitchen setup with sink.
Folding bed with bed clothes, sheets, duvet and pillow.
Full kitchen utensil setup and extensive range of cutlery and tools.
Collapsible wash basin, collapsible draining board.
Custom made window blinds for windscreen, front side windows, rear windows and roof vent ( Full blackout! ).
Set of Steps
Dining table.
12v Cooler Box / Fridge.
2 12V Power Sockets – One is on a box with an extension lead so could be used outside.
3 Roof Lights in the rear on separate switches – they run off the 12V system.
2 Water Tanks and 2 Water Bottles – About 20 Litres Capacity which can easily be expanded if you need it.
2 Gas hobs with bottles (individual hobs that can be positioned apart)
1 Small Space heater that can be used as an additional cooking hob.
Toasted sandwich maker for gas hob.
Levellers for parking on uneven ground.
Stoppers for when parked on a slope.
Frying pan, wok & range of cutting boards.
USB Shower pump (portable shower with bucket)
Shower room (external toilet tent for shower)
Portable toilet (Bag System)
Dust pan and brush & Loads more small items – everything you need!

The bike area at the rear includes;

Pump storage (Pump and my personal bike items not included)
Tool Storage
Glove & Pad Baskets
2 Hooks for helmets
Cleaning product storage and cloth storage
Shoe storage & Extra basket

The front Cab includes:
2 12V chargers
1 USB Socket
Overhead storage

The bike area has been designed in this way to allow your equipment to dry out for the next day!

Storage for your clothes and food is in an upright cabinet allowing you to keep everything completely separate and very organised. You could easily live in the van as everything has its place and things are not on top of each other. Tool storage is on the open shelves that all have high lips to stop anything from moving. Every shelf or surface in the van has either rubber or anti slip matting (for boats) on it so nothing ever moves when driving.

The dining table and chair spinning system allows you to fully setup the van for eating or sleeping within literally minutes. The two passenger chairs rotate very easily with a high quality system made in the UK that’s a custom fit for my van. This allows you to have a very comfortable evening with a table easily big enough for 3 people if needs be.

The van has a 12v Leisure Battery system, and via the charging system in the picture, is connected to the van battery – When driving the leisure battery is charged and when the van is off and idle the leisure battery can trickle charge the van battery to avoid disasters!

If you want to add a solar panel ( I didn’t have the need for it) Then the system has the provision for it ready to go (as seen in the image). You would literally just need to buy the panel and plug it in to the spare input as shown.

The charging system and electrics were the only part of the van that I did not install myself – I have detailed schematics of the build along with step by step photos which I would share with you upon purchase – these drawings will allow you to easily see where the structural battens I installed are – should you wish to carry out any additional work or changes to the van.

You will see that the build quality is very high and robust – I’ve used a thick rubber mat for the floor and brought it up around all sides of the van – wet mud or spillages will never get through into the insulated floor as its completely sealed.

The van is fully insulated with a combination of boards and soft loft insulation – its incredibly cosy in there when its all sealed up on an evening, as every surface is coated in the soft fabric it feels like a little apartment!

The window blinds and blackouts are made by hand to fit my windows in the front and back, along with the roof vent – this gives you a full blackout and a quiet place to sleep. The vent is covered from the outside so you can leave it open when cooking or sleeping and not worry about any rain getting in – it also allows you to drive with the vent open if you want to air the back out.

The van is incredibly practical and could easily be modified to suit your needs. I used only the highest quality materials for the build and the van itself has been serviced every 6 months and has flown through every MOT with only very basic advisories – MOT until July this year with no known issues currently.

Its designed for me on my own and made for a cyclist or mountain biker, it could literally be filled with Diesel and driven anywhere if this is what you want – Its ready to go right now. With a day or two of work you could move the side cupboard to the back area and create a much larger sleeping area for a double bed if you need it to accommodate a couple.

The freestanding awning and outdoor kitchen really expands the van when on a site – It also gives you something to leave behind to mark your pitch! It’s 3 by 3 Metres and provides an amazing shelter from the British summer when you need it! Along with a load of space to hang and dry clothes in the rain – I usually park right next to it so it’s like an extension.

I used to own many bikes so it’s capable of taking a Large DH bike with a wheel size of up to 2.8โ€. The wheel slot in the back could easily be removed within minutes and you could use it to store an MX bike or anything similar. The bike storage system is very simple and easy – you slot the bike in and its immediately secure with no straps or anything.

Please get in touch with any questions or to arrange a viewing.

Thanks very much.

Conversion Description

See main description for detailed information.

Seat spinner & Electrical system fitted by a qualified and highly experienced Ford mechanic.

All the rest is my build to a very high and robust standard.

Beds Description

Currently 1 Folding Bed – See description for detals.

Main Bed Length

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Vehicle Spec
Registered Type:
Panel Van (meets DVLA standards)
Fuel Type:
Belted Seats:
3 Belts
Driving Side:
Right-Hand Drive
Vehicle Length:
5.30 meters
Vehicle Height:
2.30 meters
Vehicle Width:
1.90 meters
Converter Type:
Self Build - Handcrafted Expert
Conversion Condition:
Gas Sign-off:
Gas free
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

Finance Options:

Finance options are available through our partner, Pegasus Finance. The UKโ€™s leading specialist broker in the leisure finance industry.

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