VW t2c 2003 aircooled 1600cc Brazil imported Danbury Rio campervan converted to right hand drive.
First registered in July 2003 with one previous keeper and owned by me since 2016, since when it has been kept in a garage.
64,443 miles (103,109 km) genuine miles. MOT certificates back to 2006 plus lots of history.
Vehicle has an immobiliser, winter pack (Webasto heater and heated front screen), recent new leisure and vehicle battery. Undersealed and wax oiled from new.
Passed new MOT on 11th May with no advisories and described as a 'nice little car' by the examiner.
The gearbox was reconditioned in June 2013 by CoastVW at 86,766 kms.
These vehicles are all originally fitted with a kingpin front beam but this was replaced in June 2015 by CoastVW for a latebay ball joint front beam and suspension.
Fitted internally with a full width 'Rock and Roll' folding bed with storage underneath.
Single gas ring stove with Campingaz 907 bottle (included).
An IndelB compessor fridge which is quiet and gives 48 hour running time on a fully charged leisure battery.
25 litre water bottle with electric tap / water pump and sink.
2 overhead lights and a storage shelf for use when the roof is up.
Fitted curtains in the rear.
Removable round table.
Included in the sale is the 2.5 meter square top quality 'ARB Touring' awning together with the additional front and two side wind breaks which are in very good condition plus the 'ARB Delux awning room with floor' which is as new.
Insulated internal night covers for windscreen and front door windows.
A full external cover for the van which has been used but only when I have had to park the camper outside over night, which has not been very often.
It has slightly oversized Nankang 215/75r14 4x4 tyres fitted to genuine steel wheels. These are in great condition with a matching unused front mounted spare. These have proven to be no problem at all.
The wing mirrors now fitted are an after market addition, which offer much improved rearward vision over the originals, especially with the right hand drive conversion.
The original front seats are looking a little used now but are structually fine and totally usable. The paint work is in good order with the odd mark but nothing significant, the worst being two marks on the rear door where it has had a cycle carrier mounted for sometime, now removed. No dents or rust holes. There are no seat belts in the rear but these can be added if required.
This is a really nice little camper mostly maintained by me with a little help from my trusted local garage.