This is curious ... https://www.bidspotter.co.uk/en-gb/auction-catalogues/witham/catalogue-id-witham10100/lot-4cab525b-a905-41b6-9ece-ab4400d548d2
I'd be tempted to keep most of them. Imagine being able to open them all up in the summer, would be amazing, especially with awnings both sides. The only issue is windows, if there was some way to install flexible things that would be perfect.I quite like the idea of a double-cab camper conversion
How would you convert the shutters to solid sides? just fit metal sheets in their place?
They always are lol! Wouldn't be for me, converting an amublance is hard enough and that's an empty box. I reckon with 10k in your back pocket you'd make an awesome van for a final price of just over 20k. The key to these things is working with what you have rather than replacing everything imho.From what I can see of the box construction, it might be tougher to convert than you might expect.
now it's not 2AM and I have seen more photos, I would have a good plan for thisI'd be tempted to keep most of them. Imagine being able to open them all up in the summer, would be amazing, especially with awnings both sides. The only issue is windows, if there was some way to install flexible things that would be perfect.
Did you see all the electronics inside? It had a water heater, 4g looking stuff, generator, literally everything you could imagine!
I reckon that would have been around 200k new and it's only 9 years old. Sprinter ambulances are c£150,000 each and much smaller.
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Good luck with trying to pretend to be a 'showman'Just to keep you going, register it as a showman's vehicle? I think you have to do at least 3 shows. I think road tax is the minimum rate, but I don't know how much other stuff you can avoid.
The price appears to be going up quite fast.The Ambo is back up and this time with NO RESERVE