- Feb 19, 2015
- Funster No
- Globecar Campscout 2013
- Since 2016
Have you looked at IH or Murvi Motorhomes. Both get excellent reviews and hold their value well. I had a Murvi Morello before this van. It was brilliantly designed, and thought out. My main gripe was that the sliding door was noisy and I cringed every time I had to open it late at night, or early in the morning but the diesel heating was great, and it was pretty well winterised for a panel van conversion. And the kitchen has masses of worktop and space. The sofa is comfortable, and the bed takes about 30 seconds to make up. No garage though, so all the storage is inside the van.
Or Globecar seem to be very popular. At least with a recognised conversion you have some idea of quality and finish.
Murvi.Morello is also 2 berth./ 2 seatsYes we had a Murvi Morello too, nice conversion, main issue was if you get up at different times there's absolutely no room to manoeuvre until the other person gets up. Perfect if you are on your own though.
The shower tray is a bodge so what is the rest like?
Very overpriced for a 12 year old van. Ours was only about £12k more for a brand new 14 reg. What about buying a new or nearly new van and having it converted?Thoughts on this one?
Despite the upholstery its got what we need and Wlidax has a good rep but the winterisation is questionable at that age apparently .
The IH and Murvi ones look lovely but we're fixed on 3 berth and rear bedroom. Also abour 32k is our top figure.
Very few globecars around round right now.
Tbh we hardly ever use the shower.
Don't understand why you are looking at any of these type of vans, if you have £32000 to spend the worlds your oyster, must be loads of nearly new vans around for that sort of money.
OK just had a quick look and found a couple MAYBE worth looking at
NOT HAD TIME TO STUDY ANY
Didnt really want to take the time.