August 13th, 2015

it’s a Fiat Ducato 2,5l diesel, 1995 with 140.000km now. It’s not a 4WD
Lenght 5 meter , Hight 3m
inside we’ve hot shower, toilet, heating but no air conditioning, kitchen, a big bed “on the second level” and the possibility to transform the “living room” into a second 2 persons bed.
100W Solar Panel for the fridge, water pump, lights…
2x5kg Gaz bottle for kitchen, hot water and heating.

some pictures:

  1. dino
    November 6th, 2009 at 19:35 | #1

    est-ce que le lit fait plus de 2 m?

    December 1st, 2009 at 12:41 | #2

    bonjour je serais eventuellemnt intresse par votre cc la question que je me pose…pius je etre le detenteur d’un cc immatricule en france etant moi de suisse?merci de votre reponse et bonne route a vous

    • December 5th, 2009 at 03:29 | #3

      Salut thierry,
      je n’ai pas de réponse à ta question pour le moment. En théorie ce n’est pas possible de conserver l’immatriculation, en pratique, ça s’est déjà fait ! on peut continuer à échanger à ce sujet en message perso, mon mail se trouve sur la page contact.
      le bonjour de Cordoba en argentine !

  3. December 23rd, 2009 at 01:00 | #4

    You can probably sell the vehicle in almost every country. The transaction has to be certified by a NOTARIO (which is fairly standard in South America) – in some cases the wording can be only that “you permit …name… [=the buyer] unlimited and unrestricted use of the vehicle in South America” – this paper is only for customs and police checks. You will not change the registration. You then write a second contract between buyer and vendor, transferring owner ship of the vehicle – this is in case the new owner would want to bring the camper back to Europe and change the registration into his/her name.
    We sold our camper to a local in Chile (only country where this is really legal), Blogs of people who sold their cars to fellow travellers: (in German) (in German)
    and some French who might be able to help:
    Good luck!

  4. December 30th, 2009 at 19:48 | #5

    Thanks a lot for all these useful informations !

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