Hi I am leaving Australia and I am selling my Campervan. Its a FORD ECONOVAN MAXI from 1995 with 491 000k (NEW ENGINE since 420 000k). Because its an old van, you can always easily repair it by yourself if you can and if you can't its not expensive. For example, the newest repairs are: - new ENGINE at 420 000k (feb 14) - new TIMING BELT at 470 000k (summer 15 – still 40 000k to go) - 4 new TYRES (sept 15 - 400$) - new alternator, coil and spark plugs (oct 15 - 200$) - new points and condensator (oct 15 - 200$) - FULL SERVICING by the French couple: new air, fuel and oil filtres ; new oil ; new battery (may 16 - 484 000k - 220$) - FULL SERVICING by me: 580$ • New Balljoints upper • New Rackends/tierod ends • New Tappetcover gaskes • New Fuelpump gasket • New Rear brake shoes • New Rear axle seals • New Brake cylinders rear (All former invoices and repairs are collected and you find them in the van!) In addition, this van has some really cool advantages: - a SOUTH AUSTRALIA REGO (last until 5/10/16 and renew online !) - a spare battery (in case you empty the first one) - a big SOUND SYSTEM (to have music anywhere, anytime) - mosquitos nets for the front windows (to avoid flies too) - a perfect complete package for the outback adventurer (see below*) - all you need to live in the van (see below**) I am living in the Frog Hollow Hostel, you can come and see the van at anytime. You can call me anytime if you want more informations or/and an appointment. Raik *Perfect complet package for the outback adventurer : - 2x20L tanks of petrol (with 1 fuel funnel) - 1 small box with all you need to do little repairs (rope, scotch, glue…) - 1 set of screw drivers, 1 set of hex keys and 1 adjustable spanner - 1 motor oil - 1 gear oil (transmission oil) - 1 break fluid - 1 cooling liquid - 1 quick fix tyre sealant - 1 heavy duty building filler - 1 carjack - 2 bottles of WD40 - 1 jumping start kit - 1 towing cable - 1 package of pins and 1 box full of nails and screws - 1 fuel pipe - 1 unused spare timing belt (in case you need to change it) - 1 used alternator belt (in case of emergency) - electrical wires, plastic links and heaps of rope **All you need to live in the van : To sleep : - 1 QUEEN SIZE bed (with 2 pillows, 2 sets of sheets and 2 blankets) - 1 tent To clean and get cleaned : - 1 portative shower (get hot with sun) - 1 big box with the cleaning stuff store in (sponges, dishwashing liquid, washing liquid, floor brushs...) To cook : - a lot of boxes to store your food - 1 box full of sauces and condiment - 2 gaz cookers (with some camping gaz bottles) and 1 big gaz bottle - 1 french coffee machine (with 2 mugs) - 1 kettle (faster to boil water !) - cutlery, glasses, plates, bowls - 2 frying pans, 1 pan, 1 pot and 1 strainer - 1 cutting board - 1 toaster - 1 esky with icies To chill : - 3 camping chairs - 2 battery fans (when it gets hot and you still want to sleep !) - plenty of lights (1 solar one) and some batteries - 1 hot-water bottle - 2 umbrellas To have power : - 1 Inverter to recharge anything while you are driving. ( So when I was driving I have my Labtop connected to the inverter and can listen to all the music!) - 1 multi-socket adaptor - 3 USB car chargers To have fun : - 1 body board - 1 inflating boat - 1 snorkeling equipment - 1 playing cards and 1 UNO - plenty of pens and coloured pencils
regrettably looking to sell our beautiful Landy. She comes with 4 brilliant Mickey Thompson tyres (worth $500 each alone), has only done 182,000km, is WA registered until September and has a full service history from a Landrover Dealer. We have been the first backpackers to own the car so it hasn't spent years getting shredded around Australia and it has been nothing but good to us! There are a few annoying problems such as the back windows do not go down and the passenger door is a little stiff to open but nothing serious. Please drop me a message if you are interested in a viewing or have any questions.