- Base Vehicle
- Fiat Ducato Maxi
- 6.36m L 2.05m W 2.8m high with accessories
- Fuel Type
- Manual Gears
- Engine Size
- Plated Weight
We have owned our Globecar Campscout since 2019 and absolutely love it. We have been on many journeys together long and short, and endured Covid lockdowns with our sanity intact because we had it. But now it is time to find a new family to adopt our beloved, to take her out on more adventures and to enjoy the freedom we have done. So, if you, or someone you know, is looking for an attractive travelling companion who is keen to see new places and looking for adventure please get in touch.
Globecar Campscout D Line 636F, registered in 2014 (64 plate), with a 2.3litre 130BHP diesel engine. Manual gears. Around 36,500 miles, but we use it frequently so this will change a bit. It is the standard twin bed set up, which could be a super king. There could be an option for a third bed in the lounge, if appropriate parts are obtained (we don’t have them). There is of course the Marmite shower – love it or hate it - depending on whether you are in it with room to move about, wash your hair, armpits, etc and pick up the dropped soap, or if you are in the lounge regretting not getting the milk out of the fridge before the other half got in the shower. Talking of fridge, we have the 149 litre 3 way model with separate freezer compartment above. There is a short cupboard below (not tall enough for hanging clothes).
Externally, there is a Thule Omnistor roll-out canopy/awning, and a Thule G2 Sport Bike Rack fitted together wth a Thule electric step. There are blinds and flyscreens to all windows and rooflights, and a bug screen across the sliding door. There is a 100w solar panel and Avtex Snipe 2 Self-seeking Automatic satellite system installed. There is a reversing camera and Park Safe monitor. There is also a radio/sat nav system installed, but it probably needs an upgrade (we usually use GoogleMaps or Waze on our phones).
There are twin 11kg Gaslow bottles installed for Autogas/lpg, not the original exchangeable bottles.
Tank capacities include 100 litres of fresh and 92 litres of grey water, plus 120 litres of diesel (if you can afford it!)
It has had a few modifications as we and 2 previous owners have made the van their own. These include additional large storage drawers, LED lighting in the bedroom and garage, a Dimatec remote controlled awning light and a tap you can actually get a kettle under to fill.
We will be extremely sorry to say goodbye to this our first motorhome, but are looking forward to progressing in our motorhome journey with another van, and this van is looking for a new family too.