'Alternative' camper conversions for Ducato SWB

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  1. Chris2050

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    Hi there,

    I love the Amdro Angel kit/conversion for the VW Transporter. It looks like great value too:

    http://www.amdro.co.uk/angel-camper...ed-conversion-from-panel-van-camper-p-59.html

    But the Transporter is a little too narrow for me, I really want a SWB Ducato for my camper. Are there similar kits that would work in a Ducato, or converters that could do something similar for me, or CNC plans that I could base a DIY build on?

    Thanks!
     
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    I would be willing to fit one out for someone I've done two so far
     
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    Going to start on my Vito this next weekend -We insulated and vetrimed it out months ago so now it's a case of making furniture to fit inside and re-doing the R&R bed/cooker and sink out of the Caddy max camper we stripped out last weekend -I made some furniture last week so just a case of fastening it down -Should be pretty much completed at the weekend -if not then next free w/end will see it done -After that it's going to my mates for colour coding and a bit of paint work done then she is up for sale :LOL:
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    Have a look at the layout of the Murvi Pimento on the Fiat 5.5m chassis and they also do it on a Transit now. It might give you some ideas on layout.
     
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