Motorhome Summary

  • Left-hand Drive
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • Fridge
  • Gas bottle

Broker's Comments

Call with any questions on 01423 609985. This is a VW T2 camper van with a Pop Top roof, it was first registered in 1971 and has travelled 50731 miles, it is a left-hand drive vehicle with a petrol engine and weighs 2180kg. This is in really good condition, it is a Californian import and the conversion was undertaken by Cool Campers in 2014. It is in a stunning Neptune blue colour and has a wax oil coating underneath. The current owner has undertaken extensive repair work so you are buying a very well maintained and modified VW camper. It is a 4 berth which is made up of 2 seats in the back with seat belts and this converts into a double bed and the pop top area which makes into another double bed. The current owner is 6ft tall and they can sleep in the bed comfortably. For cooking there is 2 gas burners, sink and a small fridge. Up front it is a manual transmission with no power steering, it also has Bluetooth and a DAB radio. The tyres are all in really condition and included in the sale in the awning and a bike rack. The owner has received an insurance valuation from Lancaster Insurance, classic car insurers showing a value of £26,000. It should viewed at the earliest opportunity and can be seen in Harrogate. Part exchanges welcomed on this vehicle, for further information and photos please call us on 01423 609985 quoting reference number 15187.

The mileage on this vehicle was correct at the time of valuation, however the vehicle remains in use by the Seller until the point it is sold, therefore the mileage at the time of sale may be higher than that advertised.

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