Tidy Vans with lots of stuff already done ....

wildebus

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#1
Having a browse of the "Forces Van" website. They sell ex-Police and Ambulances. Haven't done a price comparisons, but they look from the photos the cleanest used vans I have ever seen! Worth a browse.

This looks like a good van for the money.
https://www.forcevans.co.uk/used-va...nibus-camper-day-motox-didcot-201811142429065
You could whip out the seats, convert the rear cage into a nice shower room and complete the conversion in a week with what is already there :)

Or how about a 2.9L V6 Petrol Transit?
https://www.forcevans.co.uk/used-va...police-classic-minibus-didcot-201904036555733
I bet that shifts :)

Check out how clean this MB Vario is for £6k inc the VAT
https://www.forcevans.co.uk/used-va...elfare-psv-export-mini-didcot-201903135865440

I think of the vans they have, that first Transit is quite appealing at the price with the kit it already has.
 


#3
The only problem with those vans is of course that they are RUST BUCKET Transits that personally I would avoid at all costs!!
 
#5
You say that about every van except the Master.
Not quite correct there as I have always held up the banner of sensibility whenever writing about any van that has a fully galvanised body, an in a similar vein I have alays complimented the Merc. Sprinter, Iveco Daily and indeed the RWD Transits when discussing their mechanical strengths.

Forgive me, but I for one can't even begin to understand why so many people spend so much time and money converting any vehicle that is likely to dissolve into a pile of orange dust, after all you can easilly change an engine or gearbox but to have to change or repair a complete body is an all together different situation.

Phil
 

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