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    sprinter banger

    little camper,very little !



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    Autosleeper winchcombe sprinter b
    It would be ok for Warwick Davis

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    MAN 7.5T
    It really needs a carry handle on the roof to pull it out of potholes,otherwise its perfectly formed!!
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    It's great, but I'm not keen weeing in the sink!

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    bambi rules

    Hay at least a man sized socket.

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    Carthago C-Line 4.9
    Very different, and different is good isn't it?

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    Hymer 584 Classic
    There is nothing wrong with a small van, my first van was a Fiat Amigo, took me, Maggy and 3 kids to the South of France for 6 weeks in 1983, by 1986 I had fitted a bigger engine, 1301 SOHC from a series 3 Fiat127, a car transaxle with higher diff ratio, 14" wide alloy wheels from a Lancia, front suspension and disk brakes from a Skoda (both the same PCD as Fiat), it was a flyer for a small van, the only problem I had was the first time I started it and put it in to gear I reversed in to the wall behind me, on rear engined Fiats the engine ran in the opposite direction to front engined Fiats so I had 4 reverse gears and 1 forward gear, I had to change the camshaft, distributor and oil pump and go back to the original starter motor to get the engine to run anticlockwise, fortunately I worked in the development department at LDV at the time so I had the best workshop to make anything, I loved that van but it was destroyed in a workshop fire in 1990, it was very small but packed a lot into that small frame, this is not mine but exactly the same.




    I had been heavily involved in fitting V8 engines in a few cars because it was easy in those days, cheap engines, plenty of old cars still so building a Hotrod with a Rover V8 engine was profitable, my job in the development was fitting Rover V8's and upgrading the suspension/brakes in the Police Vans so I could pick up engines easily

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    1994 L Renault TRAFIC HDS Campervan Motorhome spares or repairs REDUCED L@@K | eBay
    You could also buy this one wash and wax and away you go

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    tree van.jpg small vans also make good tree houses.

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