/ Great Camper Van For Sale £2000
Sadly we are selling "Molly Van". She is an 02 LDV Convoy Camper Van.
We bought her a year ago to see if we liked Campervanning and have had a wonderful time.
She has been brilliant and has never let us down.
We now feel guilty as we have bought a new Campervan and have to sell Molly.
We have made quite a few improvements over the last year including:
· New tiled splash back
· New cushions and upholstery
· New black out blinds
· New propex heater
· New domestic water pump
· New roof insulation
· LED reading lights
· New split charger
· New domestic battery
· New gas manifold and bubble tester
· New soft close cupboard doors
Her equipment includes:
· 4 burner stove and grill (no going without toast!!)
· 12 volt running water
· Gas and electric fridge
· Rear CD player and radio
· Mains Hookup and Charger
· Wet area
· Opening Ceiling Vent
· Fiamma bike rack
· Hidden safe
She is MOT'd to late Febuary 2014
She has a few dings and scratches on the bodywork and some surface rust.
Please do not hesitate to mail me if you have any questions
She is ready to view any evening. We are away the 26th - 28th so no viewing will be possible then.
There are more photos on EBay, the link is
I am in South East London.
All the best
is it re-registered as a campervan with the DVLA, and is it LEZ compliant?
She is not re registered. We insured for £240 fully comp so did not see the need.
She is LEZ compliant. We live in SE16, which made it one of the key requirements when we were looking.
All the best
Have you sold you camper.
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