Iveco's self build project

Discussion in 'Self-Build Motorhomes' started by iveco, Apr 15, 2010.

  1. iveco

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  2. Pat4Neil

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    Looks great, well done

    Pat
     
  3. chatter

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    Wow,
    Now thats a very nice job, it looks lovely inside and out.

    Well done Iveco
     
  4. chesterfield hooligan

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    :Smile: Well done it is a very nice job,out of interest how long did it take I have a sprinter to convert this summer :Smile:
     
  5. scotjimland

    scotjimland Funster Life Member

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    Good looking conversion and a great write up .. it will surely inspire others ... well done

    you certainly didn't waste time :Cool:
     
  6. Terry

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    Hi Iveco,and welcome :thumb: from another self builder :thumb: nice one.( add it in the forum garage ) Mine is also a Iveco :thumb: but ambulance based for the extra width (6 ft 6 ins wide internal )
    terry
     
  7. Autoquest

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    Nice job - I look forward to building one when my current flimsy falls apart :winky:
     
  8. gazz

    gazz Formerly "gazznhelz"

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    pfffft, nowt wrong with flimsies, my self built is one.... coachbuilt body was built by nu-venture, then i fitted it out my self,

    i used to be in the sbmcc, but fell out with them big time a few years back,
     
  9. Autoquest

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    I used to read your posts on the sbmcc with interest before I bought a MH instead of building one - How does one 'fall out' with a forum?
     
  10. Kell

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    It may be a question of falling out with the 'management team' of the SBMCC than with a whole forum. I'm an SBMCC member and ex 'management team' believe me, falling out with them is not difficult:ROFLMAO: Great club though with great members.
     
  11. GDH

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    :thumb:Just hade a look at your photos, you have done a great job. You have a skill doing all that work. Hope you enjoy the fruits of your hard labour.
     
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    What a great Job, looks the proper deal. I am always interested to see how much it costs?

    Terry PMd me a long while back with his.

    I wish I had the know how and the time to do such a job. :thumb:
     
  13. DBSilverfox

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    Wow! (ok, not an original comment, but all the same... WOW!). Great looking job - congratulations

    David
     
  14. Terry

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    Anyone interested in how much it costs, there is a breakdown on my van in the fun garage :thumb:
    terry
     
  15. vwalan

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    very nice job . give your self a pat on the back. i,m sure it will encourage more folk to build what they want .not buy whats available. bet you get alot of satisfaction every time you open the doors. cheers see you on the road somewhere. alan.
     
  16. Terry

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    Only when you are in the UK Alan :winky: we have a pooch and until he kicks his clogs I cannot envisage us going abroad.
    This van is my 4th and we have managed to use them all for a while and still sell them at a profit - hence my belief that if they are done nicely you can run with no deprecation :thumb:This will be 4 yrs on oct 30th and I still think it is worth more than it cost to buy and build :thumb: Of course building them is the easy bit :ROFLMAO: selling them is the hard bit :ROFLMAO::thumb:
    terry
     
  17. vwalan

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    terry you dont have to convince me .my first was a 66 devon splitty never had a bought conversion since .only custom vans and home builds .then part of my business was conversions .we used sheldon high tops in the80,s .later became leisure drive agents. made a few campers in my time . one of my best mates worked for jp whites in sydmouth when devon conversions were there . i still have some devon proper graphics that came from when devon sold out from exeter .thats where my erovette signs on my trailer came from.we bought alot of there stuff in an auction years ago. my tear drop caravan was made by devon . a prototype.never sold commercially. keep building its the way forward.
    as for the dog get a passport for it.
    cheers alan.
     
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