Regrettably having to sell our camper “Delilah”. Had many great times in it over the years, but as the family has grown we unfortunately have to let it go
Replaced interior with an original 1970s Devon interior found in Norfolk. Majority of this has been fitted, although there is still an overhead locker and the tall unit to put back, all units have been repainted and had the worktops relaced with waxed birch ply. Included in the interior is an original working two ring hob and grill. In addition to this the bed has been replaced with a ¾ Rusty Lee rock and roll bed. The flooring has been replaced with a blue and white checkerboard vinyl tile in keeping with the van’s overall colour-scheme, and a table stand has been fitted from the original interior.
The interior has been repainted, sealed with Tetraseal and insulated throughout. The majority of the door cards have been fitted, but those that are waiting to go on have been padded and fabric covered. And there are the clips and bungs available for the fitting.
Handmade fitted curtains, running on rails along with matching cushions
Hammock to go over the front seats with poles and predrilled holes sleeps 2 children. Additional seatbelt fitted in rear.
Outside the majority of the paintwork is sound, although there are a few rust patches in the corners and some peeling paint around the headlights. It received a small knock on the passenger side rear wheel arch which has been filled and sanded, but has not been sprayed as I was initially looking at a full sand and respray. The white Empi alloys are in immaculate condition. There is a wooden roof-rack which comes with netting and bungies for securing camping equipment
It was fully serviced the other year and exhaust replaced with a new Empi exhaust. And 18 months ago the gearbox was replaced with a refurbished one and the clutch was replaced at the same time.
It’s a good starter and the 1,600 engine runs to about 60 no trouble, with the new gearshift being very reliable.