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2005 Alphard rear conversion 2.4 with many extras


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2005 2.4 automatic campervan 
108,139 km

12 months MOT and just serviced
Ian Taylor Rear conversion Imported and converted June 2021 we were first to buy on import and had it undersealed straight after. Used as a camper and second car, drives like a dream, we always used V5 fuel.
Twin electric sliding doors 
Reversing camera 
Leisure battery 
Led interior lights
Twin ring hob with gas bottle plus full spare too
Sink with electric pump.
Fresh and waste water containers

C Rail fitted

Custom curtains and carpets

No current habitation check.

Rear seats make up a full width double bed to  sleep 2 adults 

£10,500 ono

located North West Wales - LL36 

No warranty given or implied

 

Additional items price negotiable -

Screenhouse pro gazebo and porch

Inflatable mattresses

Camping and cooking tables

 

Electric coolbox
Portatoilet and tent
Windscreen blackout wrap
Electric hookup wit 13a socket and USB points plus extension lead

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A habitation check is not a legal requirement on a Campervan provided it is not hired out to customers.

 

My insurance company requires a Gas Safety Certificate, as I carry liquified bottled gas.

A GSC is not a legal requirement either, but it is very reassuring to know that your gas installation is safe.

 

If you wish to read more about the legal situation you could read my thread on the subject.

In it there is, imho, a good article exploring the safety side of things.

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2 minutes ago, Rojie said:

 

A habitation check is not a legal requirement on a Campervan provided it is not hired out to customers.

 

My insurance company requires a Gas Safety Certificate, as I carry liquified bottled gas.

A GSC is not a legal requirement either, but it is very reassuring to know that your gas installation is safe.

 

If you wish to read more about the legal situation you could read my thread on the subject.

In it there is, imho, a good article exploring the safety side of things.

Thanks for the info

 

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