ID this Motorhome please

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  1. ShiftZZ

    ShiftZZ Funster Life Member

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    Just seen this on JCMH's webpage,,, I was wondering the model of MH

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    Looks like one of those Japanese gray imports to me.
     
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    Hi Dave, i reckon its a Anthony AtoZ Toranho

    it has a 2ltr petrol engine, 3 way fridge, 4.8mtrs long, seats 7 and weighs 2795kg

    current cost is 3,980,000 YEN


    god i am good :thumb::Rofl1:
     
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    nowt to do with the occupants in the pic then Dave :Doh::Laughing:
     
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  5. Johns_Cross_Motorhomes

    Johns_Cross_Motorhomes Trader - Motorhome & Accessory Sales

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    Have'nt got a clue, its from the Fiamma publicity stuff :Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:

    Peter
     
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    Once saw something similar on evilbay and if my memory serves me right it had a Nisan engine..They have been importing them to the UK as Japan is RHD the same as here. The bottom fell out of the second hand 4X4 market so these have started to replace that buisiness. Expect to see a few of them in the near future. I dont supose it will do the second hand motorhome trade any good here when they start flooding the market with them like they did with the 4X4s
     
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    That cab door looks like a Mitsubishi Canter which would be the obvious base cab/chassis for a 2l engine and that size of chassis.
     
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    Hi it's a Japanese import on a Toyota base :thumb: They pop up on ebay from time to time and IMO sell for little money considering the base vehicles reliability and what is a lot of van for the money :thumb:
    terry
     
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  9. motorhomelover

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    I think i will stick to my American RV
    that one looks rather ugly :Doh:
    as some have said cheap i say cheap and nasty YU KKK
     
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    I like the Jap campervans..

    had a look at a few and was impressed by the quality and the attention to detail .. not built with sticks and staples ... and as said.. a lot of van for not a lot of money .. :thumb:
     
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    I dont fancy sleeping in the box on the roof though.......
     
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    hi. i looked at them as well. some have a 4x4 system on them. the one in the pic could be a dyno toyota. if it is thats ok .they make dynoo,s in portugal. i have seen a few on the way from malvern down to brecon .there used to be a garage brought in mazda bongo,s as had the odd camper in as well. good value for money in my eyes . that one is not a canter. must say on first glance i thought it was an isuzu, all adds to the fun. dare say it will be a bargain for someone. there will be alot more of these soon. the factories for toyota ,mitsubishi,nissan etc are already churning out these models in europe and north africa. toyota do a really good looking tbased on the dyno. riple cab pickup with 4x4 bit long but make a really nice tow unit.
    shiftz the garage i was talking about is on the ross on wyeto monmouuth road if my memory is right ,we used to turn off right soon after and head to abergavenny so its along there somewhere. might be worth a trip out for you.
    cheers alan.
     
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    :Rofl1::BigGrin: Great minds Alan :thumb::BigGrin: Dyna / Dyno
    The only down side I cab see is climbing into the back :Smile:You have to get over the engine bump :cry::Doh:
    terry
    Forgot to add the ones I have read about/seen advertised were auto as well as a couple of 4x4
     
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    Just look at them carefully though, I saw a nice one I considered using for hire for the younger folk....had a really wide, spacious kitchen....then I realised what the hatch was on the kitchen floor - you guessed it - the loo!:Rofl1:
     
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    maybe they designed it for the wild campers :RollEyes:
     
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    It's a motorhome :Rofl1:
     
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    changed my mind Dave.....this is the spec and the van is a ZIL 520 by VANTECH (Japan)

    TOYOTA CAMROAD base vehicle ​
    Diesel 4WD ​
    Car-based vehicles form ​
    KDY280-TBPDY6 ​
    Engine type ​
    2KD-FTV (2494cc) ​
    Maximum Output: Net Kw (ps) / rpm ​
    80 (109) / 3400 ​
    Maximum torque: Net Nm (Kg-m) / rpm ​
    260 (26.5) / 1600-2600 ​
    Transmission ​
    Electronically controlled 4-speed AT ​
    Length (Indoor) ​
    5150 (4780) mm ​
    Width (Indoor) ​
    2110 (1910) m ​
    Height (Indoor) ​
    2900 (1870) mm ​
    Wheelbase ​
    2545mm ​
    Minimum turning diameter ​
    4.9m ​
    Suspension Front ​
    Suspension Independent suspension ​
    Suspension Rear ​
    Taper leaf suspension ​
    Track Front ​
    1440mm ​
    Track Rear ​
    1615mm ​
    Around the tire ​
    195/70R15 106/104L
    (This 950kg / maximum load capacity) ​
    Wheel ​
    15 × 5J 6 +30 holes
    Battery & Alternator ​
    85D26L 12V-130A ​
    Fuel tank capacity ​
    80L ​
    Seating capacity (bed capacity) ​
    8 (6) name ​
    Vehicle weight ​
    2810kg ​
    Gross Vehicle Weight (Maximum Ride) ​
    3250kg ​

    Standard VANTECH
    External Equipment & Indoor ●
    ● galley and around water
    Back eye camera (color)
    Side awning 3.5m
    Entrance door with screen door
    24L hot water boiler gas supply (heat / auto-ignition engines)
    FF oil-fired heater (Webasto)
    Rear air conditioner (when traveling)
    Diversity antenna (built-Body)
    5kg propane tank (body SPACE source ° 2)
    Riarada
    Firedamp alarm
    Roof Drip Side Mall
    Boiler Riarufusuho ° (rear air induction)
    Rear trunk (or generator housing Suruho Tafu ° direction゙level 3)
    20L fresh water tank
    Domestic water 87L
    70L waste water tank
    Integrated stainless steel sink 2 burner cooktop
    Holding stove
    80L fridge 3way (OP: 90L Refrigerator 12V)
    Range Hood with Light and Fan
    Under galley storage
    ● Toilet and shower room
    Cassette toilet (shaking head)
    With shower (hot water)
    Tsu゙゙only hard bit゙゙A large system (or eject shower)
    ゙Rufuhe client with amide (extrusion window)
    Shower pan (outer groove type) ​
    ● Bet Salon & Indoor
    ● Lighting
    × 8 acrylic insulation and double glazing (window screen frame built Rainto゙゙&)
    4 fixed seats persons digitizer
    Auxiliary seat for one person plus one sofa゙site
    Slide banks bet expression for three
    Large saloon table
    Large roof vents with fans
    Ya PVC curtain front Netsuto
    Bet Bank Curtain
    Bet Bank ladder
    Rear bunk beds (834/795mm up / down)
    TV stand-cum-shoe table
    Underfloor storage
    Left upper storage
    Entrance Step (Retractable)
    E-space range
    Handy extinguisher
    × 4 halogen downlight ceiling Salon
    × 1 fluorescent ceiling Salon
    × 1 window side fluorescent
    Lighting Bankubetsuto
    Bet Lighting Light / WC wall ​
    ● Electrical
    Indoor AC outlet × 2
    × 1 DC outlet
    100A deep cycle battery
    Battery Protectors
    The better the charger (with Ta Combined)
    Vehicle charging system
    External input outlet ​
     
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    or maybe the Mediterranean market, we all know they have a penchant for 'footplate's. ':Wink::Laughing:
     
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