Merc vito

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  1. John euro traveler

    John euro traveler Read Only Funster

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    I hello I am thinking of getting a vito van are they any good.Any recommendations for a van converter South regards John
     
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    Morning John, I used to run 5 of these for work. They were good vans, but like any thing merc expensive when they did go wrong. (Which wasn't often) however, I vaguely remember there being an issue with the rear doors not hanging correctly. But it was 13 years ago now and that could of been abuse by the workman/driver.
     
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    they are quite low though aren't they? just wonder how easy to live with.....look at a few different types of van conversions
     
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    Hi the high roof ones are good for conversion if a little cosy
    Been looking at them for myself along with a few other van's
    I keep asking myself if I need to go as big as the lwb ducato
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    Hi, we owned a Vito a couple of years ago, nice little van watch out for a bit of rust in the body if it is getting older but very manageable a couple of pictures of the conversion for you, as single beds they are quite small.

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