Discussion in 'Late Bay Classifieds' started by Andy Dodd, Aug 25, 2021.

  1. Tax and M.O.T exempt, 3 way fridge, sink, gas hob and grill, DAB stereo/ CD player with auxiliary for MP3 player. 240v hook up, leisure battery with split charger, 3/4 width rock and roll bed. Original Devon interior, reupholstered seats and bed, full length ‘Paris Beetles’ sunroof, jail bars, buddy seats, propex gas heater, subtlety lowered suspension.
    Electronic ignition, new battery and starter motor, new fuel lines, new push rod tube seals and engine service. All steering joints and gear linkage bushes recently replaced, driven daily and drives really well and smoothly and keeps up with modern traffic.
    Comes with invoices for all parts and work carried out since 1994, a ‘Vunderbra’ cover for the front panel, an ‘Outwell Country Road’ 4 berth awning and lots of camping equipment including thermal window mats, chemical toilet, levelling chocks, chairs, plates and cutlery etc.
    I have owned ‘Ady’ since 2003 and am gutted to be selling, a change in circumstances has meant I am no longer able to go camping, therefore feel someone else should have the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of this classic.
    £15,000 or sensible offers considered. South west.

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    Last edited: Sep 5, 2021
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  2. Baysearcher

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  3. Thanks for the heads up, all sorted now
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  4. Nice van mate - good luck with the sale.
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  5. JamesLey

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    Best of luck with the sale. I think you must be relatively local to me as I'm pretty sure I've seen you cruising around Branksome a few times in it?
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  6. Thanks man, fingers crossed
  7. Yeah man I work on Ashley road
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  9. @theBusmonkey thank you for thinking of us we are but unfortunately want a full width bed.
  10. Easier to change the interior to a full width bed than get a new engine or have major bodywork, I wouldn’t let that put you off if it’s a good bus!
  11. We’ve got a 3/4 and we’re not the most flexible but it’s great. Also frees up other storage space. Balance between sleeping and waking hours , just don’t feel that a 3/4 is a squash… isn’t.
  12. Be nice to see lots of pics of the underneath where it really matters :thumbsup:
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