van conversion with single beds

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  1. sue1959

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    I think the type of MH we will be looking for is a van conversion with single beds at the rear and a wash room. Can anyone suggest a model?
     
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    The Carioca656 has rear bunks.
     
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    Autosleeper Warwick Duo (or Marquis version which I think is called the Sussex)
     
  4. rainbow chasers

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    Now dethleffs to a low line, which has an end bedroom with two seperate beds. It appears to be excatly what you are looking for...cannot remember the model number though! Lovely vehicle for a couple.

    Here is one for an example

    http://www.pullingers.co.uk/usedveh/014used.htm
     
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  5. weekenders

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    Our Autosleeper Executive has 2 single beds (or large Double) and ned kitchen and bathroom (shower, drop down sink and cassette toilet) for sale in Ads
     
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    is it a van conversion you are after rather than a C class, as previous suggestions ?

    if so Timberland Destiny fits the bill ..

    Google 'campervan converters' for others
     
  7. Ven

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    We had a Swift Mondial with a rear lounge with two 6ft settees at the back. We loved it, it was our first van and we full timed in it for 9 months :Smile:
     
  8. sue1959

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    Something that if necessary could be used as a 2nd vehicle.
    I prefer the single bed idea as Tom's an early to bed person whilst I like to stay up also if the truth be known I'd get a better nights sleep!!!
     
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    you could always do what we do in ours.:Eeek:

    i sleep in the over cab double and debbie sleeps in the rear u shaped lounge made into a double.

    it works ok though sometimes i wish id got a bigger van lol:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
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    Just thinking out loud here - but what about a Lupo? 75mpg/£30 per year tax, and can be picked up for £1500 - that could be a second vehicle - and also something you can drag along behind!
     
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