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Hi All, 

I have only just bought my Alphard ,a 2004 3ltr V6;with just 40k miles on it .

Obviously I’m delighted to own such a car especially with my ltd mobility issues .

I am very interested in getting it converted into a Day camper but it’s a minefield out there from my observations.

Do I buy a modular type and try fitting myself ? What would that cost be approximately or do I simply get it done by a company ? Once again at what cost. 
I guess what I need is pointers and I ask you my new friends for help. 
I live in the Bridgwater area of Somerset so if there is any company I could use down here I’d appreciate your guidance.

many thanks


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You should find in the topics /posts on this site's forums most of the guidance you need, what you must do is keep in mind what the costs involved yours is a series one Alphard and some parts are now no longer available from Toyota, service parts are available but mostly manufactured by the Chinese also bear in mind that a fully converted series one Alphard with Pop-top roof are currently available under £22,500 there's always an abundance advertised within Google and Ebay

        North Star conversions (isle of White) comes to mind, also there are several campervan convertors in Somerset and Dorset.

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