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Item:173646435199For sale is my 1999 Toyota Hiace 2.4D camper van. I have owned this van for the past two years and have converted it to a motorhome over that time. It’s been very reliable and I’ve had a lot of fun holidays and weekends in it but it’s time to move it on. The conversion is basic and home-made, consisting of: - Roof, wall and floor insulation - Carpeting in the cab and rear - Driver’s seat replacement from a Mitsubishi Galant – very comfortable! - Wooden bed frame, converts from a narrow single to a double with pull-out frame and storage space underneath - Pull-out cooker/storage unit underneath bed - Professionally fitted side windows It is not currently fitted with a split charge system, leisure batteries or hookup as I had no need for them and just used a separate hookup plug socket when required. It has been correctly registered with the DVLA and is recorded as a ‘Motor Caravan’ on the V5 document. Good Points - MOT until 10th August 2019 (mot-history.net) - Engine is strong and exceptionally simple and reliable, 5 speed gearbox in good health - New clutch fitted in 2016 - Four new Falken tyres and a good spare - Recent front drop links and ball joints - Fully running, driving and ready to go (see below) - Equipped with central locking (doesn’t work on side door) and power steering Bad Points - The chassis has some fairly serious corrosion around the rear suspension and requires repair – this should be attended to very soon - Bodywork and paint are a bit scruffy - the rear tailgate is dented and the side door has a rust patch - Starter motor can be lazy and sometimes sticks but it never fails to start - Brake pedal can go a bit soft if left parked for several days, it's fine when in use though and brakes work very well. Master cylinder was rebuilt not long ago. The van drives very well and has recently been on a 2,000 mile tour of Scotland without missing a beat but I strongly recommend that you have the chassis welding repairs attended to before using it. I have changed the oil and oil/air filter every year and it had a complete new set of brake lines fitted for the MOT last year. It hasn’t required much else in the way of maintenance! I have some photos taken during the camper conversion process which will go with the van. I have the van’s original towbar (not attached) and a better spare tailgate which can be included with the van if required. If you have any questions please get in touch.Condition:Used, Type:Campervan, Subtype:Camper Van, Manufacturer:Toyota, Model Year:1999, Model:Hiace Powervan, Engine Size:2446, Transmission:Manual, Horsepower (Bhp):74, Fuel Type:Diesel, Year of Registration:1999, Modified Item:Yes, Modification Description:Motorhome conversion, Non-Domestic Product:No, V5 Registration Document:Present, Sleeping Capacity:2, Colour:White, Equipment:CD Player, Safety Features:Safety Belt Pretensioners, MOT Certificate:8 Months Remaining, Drive Side:Right-hand drive, Vehicle Sub-Type:Camper Van
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