Camper Van Conversion

How to convert a van into a Motorhome / Camper Van, bit by bit

Starting off with a fiat Ducato van and convert it into a camper van / motorhome
Firstly you have to design, plan and organise where you want all of the equipment to be within the vehicle even down to where the lights and sockets will go before you start.

Cut the holes for the seitz window and roof lights and fit battening to support all of the components you need and the panels that will attach over the battening. This conversion has thicker than average insulation combined with reflective material bonded to the internal metal surface, which enables very comfortable use all year round. The rear privacy glass windows come as a complete kit to fit, and with some time and patients can make the rear of the campervan look stunning.

The base vehicle has 6 speed gearbox, Power assisted and height adjustable steering, ABS, Electrically operated cab windows, Electrically adjustable door mirrors, Remote control central locking, Colour coded bumper, Drivers air bag Radio/CD Player, Armrests to driver and passenger swivel seats, and LED day running lights. X2 Rear view reversing camera with rear view mirror screen.

High quality upholstery fabrics, Removable carpets, Privacy blinds and fly screens, Smoke alarm, carbon monoxide alarm. Storage areas beneath seating, Wardrobe and a range of high and low level storage cupboards, two rear forward facing belted seats, both front seats swivel, sitting area settee converts into a large double bed, large over head roof window, overhead white ambient LED lights and electric entry step. TV cupboard with all sockets and connections hidden away.

x7 Flush roof level lighting, x2 low energy LED wall spotlights. A new for 2016 Truma Comb 2E hot water and air heating system using gas or electric power and 4 hot air heating outlets, Gas 3 burner hob, oven and grill and Sink, Domestic Fridge with freezer compartment, over head locker, low level cupboards, gas and electric water heating and Morphy Richards microwave.

The main thing to remember is to take your time and think about what standard of motorhome / campervan you want to achieve and that sound proofing and insulation is very important along with planning, planning and more planning is the key.

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Written by Bobbi


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