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Reduced to sell. For Sale Alphard 2.4 Rear Conversion


megjo2312

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Update : Been told this morning new van arrives end of month! therefore will sell now for £10,000 for quick sale.

Selling my Alphard reg Sept 2004 54 reg 2.4 ltr 61k miles covered 4k miles in last 2 years of ownership. Converted by New Dawn conversions in 2022 when imported. Mileage cert at that point available. MOT till Apr 24. Comes with 5 months warranty cover to be transferred to buyer. Generally very good condition slight marking on bumper but very well looked after. I had it Krown rust proofed both underneath and door cavities. Serviced at Alphard specialist both backed by paper work / receipts. Supplied with bedding addtional cushions and Berghuas self inflating mattress for double bed make up which we have found to be good solution.  Private plate not in sale. Location 5 miles from Birmingham centre. Any other info please ask.  £14000 ovno

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Price change..new van
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Potentially interested. There’s no roof conversion from what I can see. Is that correct? So do back seats go flat and you put mattress on top? Any photos of that? Does that make it a 42’ width bed if so? Also any problems from only doing 4k? Like battery etc? I’m also assuming it’s the petrol only rather than hybrid?

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2 hours ago, Isaiah Berlin said:

Potentially interested. There’s no roof conversion from what I can see. Is that correct? So do back seats go flat and you put mattress on top? Any photos of that? Does that make it a 42’ width bed if so? Also any problems from only doing 4k? Like battery etc? I’m also assuming it’s the petrol only rather than hybrid?

 

I believe this will have a full width bed, 5 feet or thereabouts.

 

It states petrol in Mark's profile; and it cannot be a  diesel.

 

Those middle seats will rotate to face rearwards too.

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8 hours ago, Rojie said:

 

I believe this will have a full width bed, 5 feet or thereabouts.

 

It states petrol in Mark's profile; and it cannot be a  diesel.

 

Those middle seats will rotate to face rearwards too.

Potentially interested. There’s no roof conversion from what I can see. Is that correct? So do back seats go flat and you put mattress on top? Any photos of that? Does that make it a 42’ width bed if so? Also any problems from only doing 4k? Like battery etc? I’m also assuming it’s the petrol only rather than hybrid?

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Thanks Rojie. The 5ft bed is an advantage as I’ve been looking at a number of conversions with 42’ bed where the sink/hob is on the side rather than the back of the van. 
thanks re petrol answer too. I was just checking if wasn’t the hybrid (rather than diesel)

 

 

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11 hours ago, Isaiah Berlin said:

Potentially interested. There’s no roof conversion from what I can see. Is that correct? So do back seats go flat and you put mattress on top? Any photos of that? Does that make it a 42’ width bed if so? Also any problems from only doing 4k? Like battery etc? I’m also assuming it’s the petrol only rather than hybrid?

Hi Isaiah, No roof correct. Back seats rotate go flat and I have 2 booster cushions wedges , plus a self inflate mattress that has worked well for us and was suggested by a member of the forum.If you look at my profile and interactions with members you will see clear pics of the sleeping set up I copied. In the sale are the cushions and mattress. However on very short stays we have simply not used the mattress but that's personal choice it served our purpose well. I use the vehicle on avg twice a week and when we camp we use a local site circa 20 miles away on hook up hence low miles but it hasn't sat around doing nothing I don't think that is good for it. I would probably consider changing leisure battery as we haven't use it much. It is 2.4 ltr petrol not hybird. Hope that helps.

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