Yorkshire & the Humber
07736 278 999
VW T5 Campervan
2014 T5 VW Treadliner Volkswagen Transporter SWB
Four Berth Campervan – sought after Hatchback – 64 plate
SWB, T28, 102BHP, 2.0 TDI, 5 seats, Hatchback, 4 berth Campervan
69,500 miles, reversing sensors, cruise control, stereo radio / CD player with Bluetooth connectivity, electric windows, electric mirrors, LED driving lights with LED lower fog lights, front and rear spoilers and tailgate spoiler. Stainless steel sidebars, stainless steel front grill bars, chrome mirrors and handles.
Full high – standard conversion to four berth campervan (can easily be a five berth campervan by purchasing hammock for over front seats) Leather matching seats front and back, swivel front bench seat (to be fitted), front seat armrests.
Full internal Saragent EC155/EC50 complete Power Management System. SMEV oven, sink and two burner hob. Electric water tap. CX50 Waeco Fridge / Freezer. Split charging system with leisure battery and 240v hook-up system. 240 Plug socket system with two USB sockets and cigarette charger. (All owners manuals for units included)
Full leather rock n roll bed (MOT Tested), lino flooring, fully insulated and carpeted. Lights throughout, pop-top roof on hydraulic system with easy ‘pull down’ sleeping area for two with front window and side windows complete with insect protection mesh.
Full black-out curtains throughout with thermos front window covering
Van supplied with gas bottle, water container and leisure battery.
This is a beautiful conversion finished to superior standard with high quality furnishings and units throughout – viewing highly recommended.
Sold with 11 months MOT
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