Biggles and tcwozere excellent !! LOL
Nos, Jimbo,Chris, Spike. The Trafic option relates to a 2.5 L diesel Vivaro 2004 van which he owns. Bit of a recycling effort instead of getting rid. So a low-budget no-choice on make/model option I'm afraid. It's for occasional use also so can't justify an all-singing all-dancing model. Or even anything cool. The VW will remain a old surfer dream
(Also, sadly, he's raring to go with the angle grinder...
Originally Posted by Nos4r2
Go to a caravan breakers for as many internal fittings/fixtures as you can. All those crunched caravans you see on the motorways have fridges, cookers etc....
Nos: good idea. Do you know of any breakers in the So'ton/Pompey area?
Originally Posted by PeterR
They are a good chassis for a camper so depending on your bugget of your base van will depend on wether its worth spending your money or time on it.Just ask if you want to know anything specific
1) Could you recommend a rising roof option as it's a standard van?
2) Can the front seats be adapted to swivel?
3) Window suppliers? Want something quite neat. Thanks.
Spike. Thanks for that. Good site for accessories.
Originally Posted by Hugh Jardon
Thats a bit sad......i cant believe anyone reads motorhome and camper van mags......must be a right saddo!
my friend has quite a collection if any needed for research.....
Chris he actually would like to borrow a copy of the following from 'your friend' ahem
Bit of a longshot 'Which Motor Caravan Feb 2004'? Cheers.
Originally Posted by Mollers
I have a guy renting a workshop to convert an '01 Merc Unimog into a mega hardcore camper. He's going to tour China and Mongolia with it. He's a switched on guy, so it''ll be interesting to see what goes into it.
A totally different class of go-anywhere vehicle, Mollers.
Be interesting to see the finished product tho'!
Cheers for all advice.
Will post updates on the project here.
Needless to say it has a towbar
Paul and his unpaid PA/typist