LHD Niesmann Bischoff Arto for sale (1 Viewer)

MaidinDevon

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This van belongs to a friend and fellow funster, who isn't good with technology. Its advertised in the classifieds.
Its a lovely van, I'm tempted myself, but not confident driving LHD as I travel solo.
He is giving up motorhoming.
Message me if you want any more information.
 
Jan 11, 2022
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This van belongs to a friend and fellow funster, who isn't good with technology. Its advertised in the classifieds.
Its a lovely van, I'm tempted myself, but not confident driving LHD as I travel solo.
He is giving up motorhoming.
Message me if you want any more information.
I’ve looked at the listing, you may want to put up some more pictures so people can see how good the inside looks.
The outside looks mint!

John
 
Jan 11, 2022
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A good price that at first glance it would be much more from a dealer.

Need more photos, 3 litre manual, no belt to change as well.

I don’t think it will be around too long.
If it had been closer I might have been tempted, dep upon what the lounge area was like.
Will not be around for long as you say, trader prices would be nearer £40k,
 
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MaidinDevon

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Thank you for all the advice. Paul has taken some additional photos, and I have edited the advert.
He forgot a photo of the front bed in the down position!. However, they do show how clean and well cated for she is.
He is very particular, anything that goes wrong is fixed immediately.
 
Jan 23, 2023
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Peter Clark any good for you looks a nice motorhome for full time. 😎 Bob.
I went to see it and would have bought it, but having written off a car 3 years ago and then lost two motorcycles in a garage fire last year, my insurance costs are spectacular.

The 2.3 litre vehicles I’ve been looking at average £900 p.a. for insurance - the 3 litre engine on this one put costs to over £3k!
 
Jun 10, 2010
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Looks a nice well set up motor, Oven is a nice addition, must be a bit tight at 3500kgs. To anyone lookingvat one, the key points to check are front double glazed windows should have no misting and some shower trays (especially the type shown here I think) should have no cracks.

Peter Clark its much better being a 3 litre much stronger engine but at that age in particular the 2.3 were right in the middle of their manual cluch problems ( search "juddergate"). I ran a slightly later 3 litre 74r for 9 years cost me about £300 pa, I take it you've considered changing insurers? :giggle:
 
Jan 23, 2023
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Bedford, UK
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Burstner Travel Van
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Newbie - bought first MH 11/03/2023
Looks a nice well set up motor, Oven is a nice addition, must be a bit tight at 3500kgs. To anyone lookingvat one, the key points to check are front double glazed windows should have no misting and some shower trays (especially the type shown here I think) should have no cracks.

Peter Clark its much better being a 3 litre much stronger engine but at that age in particular the 2.3 were right in the middle of their manual cluch problems ( search "juddergate"). I ran a slightly later 3 litre 74r for 9 years cost me about £300 pa, I take it you've considered changing insurers? :giggle:
Never had MH insurance before so not a question of changing - tried everyone anyone has ever heard of.

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Jun 10, 2010
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Never had MH insurance before so not a question of changing - tried everyone anyone has ever heard of.
Ok, you mentioned that your write off was 3 years ago, do have any ncd thats worth swapping? Some insurers will do this and if you have more than one car, it might be worth considering?

NFU are sometimes good for a more creative approach, for example when I bought my most recent motorhome, I didnt want to sell the previous one straight away, so they insured them both on the same policy (the new old one was even on a VIN because bought from Luxembourg.)
 

MisterB

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enough to know i shouldnt touch things i know nothing about ....
anyone remember Swap Shop?

LOL!!
 

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