All the kit for a Self Build

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  1. Sundowners

    Sundowners Funster Life Member

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    Due to water ingress which has affected the framework on our demountable camper we have decided to sell everything that it has in it to someone who is interested in doing a self build. We have compiled a comprehensive list of its contents, everything is in excellent working order, please see below. At this moment in time we only want to sell it as a whole and not separate items. We are looking for £4,000 ONO, you get a lot of 'bang for your bucks', as you will see from the list. It can be taken as is or dismantled where it is with help from this end.

    If you need any further info. please send message and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

    Here is the list:

    9 Windows of varying sizes heavily tinted, with flyscreens, treatments and blinds.
    1 Large roof vent with cover and flyscreen and can be used as fire escape or large enough for access to roof.
    1 Fantastic Fan roof vent with flyscreen
    1 Exhaust roof vent with flyscreen
    1 Ladder
    2 roof rails
    TV Aerial
    Air Conditioner
    Roof vent for black tank
    Roof mounted vent for fridge
    80 Watt solar panel with charge controller
    Two single inner sprung mattresses
    Two overhead cupboards
    Bedside cabinet with drawer
    Concertina curtain for privacy in bed area
    Massive 3 Way Fridge with separate freezer
    40 Gallon fresh water tank
    Double white enamel sink with mixer taps and waste outlets
    Nearly new Thetford 3 burner cooker with oven (brown)
    Exhaust fan unit for over cooker
    Spice Rack and Magazine Rack
    Hot water system - gas and mains with hot rod
    Blown Gas central heating system with thermostat, vents and ducting.
    Many cupboards, one overhead which converts to a single bed.
    Wardrobe
    Plenty of work surface
    Two tables with central pole and swivel slide system
    Rock and Roll double sofa bed.
    Complete bathroom which includes, nearly new Thetford flush toilet, shower, basin with mixer taps and waste outlets, two cabinets, the whole thing as one is a moulding which includes walls, shower cubicle and tray and basin.
    Black tank with dump hose and connectors
    Grey tank with discharge outlet
    Water pump
    Many interior lights most with LED's
    240-110 volt Inverter for running Fridge, Aircon and onboard charger.
    Large access door with window and blind plus a flyscreen door, and keys.
    Scissor Step
    Locking swivel handle over door for security.
    Exterior scensor light plus others
    Awning rail both sides
    Electric jacks x 4
    Exterior lockers with doors, frames and keys.
    Two refillable gas bottles with gauges and gas regulater.
    Leisure battery locker
    Microwave
    Waste Hog
    110 and 240 volt sockets
    16 amp Hookup lead
    Outside shower.
     
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    wow.. I never thought you would ever need to scrap the demountable.. Is it so bad that it cannot be repaired... or sold 'as seen' requiring repair ?

    It would be worth a lot more than a pile of parts
     
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    We had thought about it, even using all of the kit inside to put a new back on the Dodge, but alas the Dodge has gone, we found the ideal motorhome for us after looking for three years and are very happy with it, even though we have lost the 5.9 Cummins engine. It is a shame to dismantle it, but the wooden framework is pretty rotten and would be a lot of work to replace, trouble is you start on the parts you know about, then you find more and more. We have travelled a lot of miles in and it did us proud, but we have to let go.
     
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