Vauxhall Movano 2.3 litre dci L2H2
Vauxhall Movano 2.3 litre dci L2H2 in very good condition for its age and mileage. Silver metallic paint with some age related marks.
MOT – 12 months offered with sale
Service – Oil and filter service offered with sale
Mileage – 117,000
Service history – Good
MPG – 40+
Gears – 6 speed
Fixed bed with a 172cm x 140cm memory foam mattress.
Live Slow Campers are selling this recently completely conversion on behalf of a part build customer. This is a Vauxhall Movano MWB with a conversion based on a 2 berth layout, consisting of a double fixed bed, full kitchen, pull out toilet and swivel captain seats.
From the seller:
The design goal behind Snow Leopard was to create a high stealth van but without compromising on luxury. The chief feature achieving this is the custom aluminium roof-rack, which disguises the 325W solar panel and two roof vents. There are no windows but the Autovox camera provides a better view behind than a normal rear-view mirror. The removable blackout curtain behind the cab seats prevents even the slightest bit of light escaping from inside, so even at night a passer-by could not tell that the van is occupied. Of course, upon close inspection the trained eye could tell that Snow Leopard is a camper van, as there are water, gas, and truma vents on the right-hand side. But at a glance it looks just like a normal panel van.
Snow Leopard is also designed to operate completely off-grid for extended periods. If you want to stay at a camp site, the leisure batteries can be charged by the mains hook-up (via the Victron charge controller). However, you’ll probably never need it! The batteries are also charged by the 325W solar panel when the sun’s out. And even if it’s cloudy and miserable it doesn’t matter, because the batteries are also charged by the engine via the split charge relay. So as long as there’s diesel in the tank you won’t run out of electricity.
The van is equipped to a very high standard. Heating and hot water is provided by the Truma 4E gas-fired combi boiler, probably the best heating solution available. There is a large 325W solar panel hidden on the roof. The solar controller and mains battery charger are both by Victron. There is a MaxxFan roof vent at the front, which can operate in the rain, and a Dometic Mini Heki roof light at the rear above the bed, which can also open in the rain.
I did everything on the van myself except the electrics, which were professionally installed by Tom at Live Slow campers. The electrics and gas have both been signed off and have safety certificates.
Snow Leopard is ridiculously well insulated, with up to 100mm of Kingspan insulation in places. All internal metal areas have been carefully covered with light grey autocarpet, reducing condensation and increasing insulation.
When at camp, both cab seats swivel round, creating a living area that utilises the full internal space in the van. The extended worktop provides the driver seat with a permanent fixed table area large enough to fit on a laptop. Dining and laptop space for the passenger seat is provided by a flip-up table.
I was not initially planning to sell Snow Leopard, but I enjoyed building her so much that I want to do a second van. I have taken great care with the fit and finish, and the result is a truly exceptional camper van.
Factory made kitchen units with a selection of drawers and cupboards
Copper look mixer tap with sink and drainer
2 burner hob with 240v ignition
Vitrifrigo C42L ECO 42 litre 12v fridge
Extending worktop; additional workspace
Auto lock drawer system
240v double socket
Utilities in cupboard with inverter control and water level sensor
Truma CP Plus heat and water control
Maxxair MaxxFan with remote
Shelving with bespoke lighting
Strumpet and Trollop composting toilet with 12v extraction fan
Slide out toilet system
Compost container and toilet roll holder
180cm x 130cm bed
Pull out step for access with shoe storage
Dometic Heki roof vent with flyscreen and black out blind
2 overhead cupboards for clothes storage
12V usb sockets
Large load space
Access from habitation space
Easy access electric board
Water tanks, Truma boiler and internal fresh water tank
Storage for hook up lead, water hose and shower head
2 single swivel seats
3 storage compartments above cab
Magnetic curtain system
Step with additional storage and heat vent
Heating and hot water system
Truma combi 4e with 4 zone ventilation
10 litre hot water tank powered by gas and electric
4 stage insulation throughout the camper
325 roof mounted solar panel
255ah AGM battery bank
Victron MPPT 20a solar controller / load management
Victron 20a smart charger
2000w inverter with remote
Durite split charger (driving charges leisure batteries)
Electric hook up point and 15m cable
100 litre fresh water tank
36 litre waste water tank
30psi Shurflo water pump and accumulator
3 stage water filtration
Rear shower and wash point
Fiamma fill point with lock
15m recoiling hose and fittings
25 litre underslung LPG tank with easy fill point
2 way gas manifold
Gas safety certificate
4g roof antenna with internal wifi (requires data sim)
Victron connect for solar, battery, load and 240v charging
Water, EHU and LPG inlet points
12 month mot pre sale
Oil and filter service pre sale
2860kg with weighbridge certificate
This campervan will be sold with our Live Slow handover pack which includes
6 month conversion warranty*
6 month health check
20gb internet data pack
Gas safety certificate
240v sign off
*Covers conversion elements only under normal use, does not cover the base vehicle. Conversion parts covered by individual manufacturer’s warranties where applicable.
This campervan can be viewed at our workshop near Thirsk, North Yorkshire
Tom and Emily
Live Slow Campers
The contact details for this vehicle are no longer available because it has either sold or the listing has expired.
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.