For sale: the best campervan in the world

Fabulous bespoke campervan now for sale DSC_7151 Low mileage! Free miniature pans and gingham cutlery! Discount for blog readers! One careful lady owner!* (*And her husband. Also the previous owner, which was a childcare centre, but we have all been very careful). DSC_7119 Campervan exterior 2 The time has come to embark on a new campervan build project that will accommodate a rather lively one-year old, so we are selling our beloved first campervan. The vehicle specifications are: Toyota Hiace Commuter van SLWB, 2006 model 2.7-litre engine, 4-speed auto gearbox 40,000km on the clock Air conditioning/CD player/electric windows in the front The living space briefly comprises: Living area with extremely stylish cushions which fold out to form a double bed. Fully equipped kitchen with:

  • Two-ring gas burner
  • Waeco 80-litre fridge
  • 24-litre electric boiler with hot/cold running water
  • Powerful ceiling fan and vent
  • Plenty of storage including wine cupboard

Dual entry bathroom/ensuite with:

  • Thetford cassette toilet
  • Large basin with hot/cold running water
  • Storage cupboard and drawers
  • Union Jack styling (can be adapted with additional stars if sold in Aust/NZ)

We can also throw in additional items such as the awning, wheel lock, table/chairs and fabulous lime green whistling kettle to seal the deal (although please donโ€™t say yes to the kettle).
Campervan interior 2Campervan interiorCampervan converts - campervan bedPlumbing - bathroom 2 Joinery - interior doors 2Joinery - kitchenIf you know anyone who might be interested and would like further details, please contact me at


7 thoughts on “For sale: the best campervan in the world

  1. Did you sell it and if so, how much did you sell it for? I absolutely LOVE your van. I paid 12k for a van – nowhere near as nice as this in Sept. I guess its now sold, and am wondering how much you sold it for? Fantastic work!!

  2. What a fantastic project! And I really appreciate your blog and work you have put into it. I noticed you did not have a table inside…..was there a reason for this? Many thanks, Kim

    • Thanks so much Kim! It was just a space saving measure really, and luckily being in Australia at the time, we could eat all our meals outside. So we just had a fold-up camp table which was easily stored behind the driver’s seat ๐Ÿ™‚

      • Thank you for replying Rach….I know what you mean about space saving….we have just purchased an old Nissan urvan pop top which we have gutted and are about to renovate.. Looking forward to seeing your next project.

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