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Stunning & Ornate Ford Transit XLWB Campervan Conversion For Sale


This has to be one of the most ornate van conversions I’ve ever seen, with lovely carved woodwork that gives it a mythical forest feel.

There’s a three-seater couch that folds into the main bed, an itty bitty kitchen with a propane cooktop, and even a stow-away toilet that doubles as a seat when not “in use.”

You’ll find plenty of built-in and under-bed storage in this campervan, which is for sale in the UK for 12,000 GBP (or ~ $15,800). You can contact the seller via QuirkyCamper here.

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Check Out the Woodwork in this CamperVan!

Stunning & Ornate Ford Transit XLWB Campervan Conversion For Sale

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From your first look inside, you know this is a special van.

Stunning & Ornate Ford Transit XLWB Campervan Conversion For Sale

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Instead of putting a large garage in the back, it opens up like this.

Stunning & Ornate Ford Transit XLWB Campervan Conversion For Sale

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During the day you sit on the lovely floral couch.

Stunning & Ornate Ford Transit XLWB Campervan Conversion For Sale

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And at night it folds out into a bed (or two separate ones).

Stunning & Ornate Ford Transit XLWB Campervan Conversion For Sale

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I’m in awe of those doors!

Stunning & Ornate Ford Transit XLWB Campervan Conversion For Sale

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This van is ready for all the amazing views.

Stunning & Ornate Ford Transit XLWB Campervan Conversion For Sale

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Closer view of your kitchenette area.

Stunning & Ornate Ford Transit XLWB Campervan Conversion For Sale

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Look how cute that sink is!

Stunning & Ornate Ford Transit XLWB Campervan Conversion For Sale

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Some spice and mug storage – a must.

Stunning & Ornate Ford Transit XLWB Campervan Conversion For Sale

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Again, more storage.

Stunning & Ornate Ford Transit XLWB Campervan Conversion For Sale

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A spot for your books and plants!

Stunning & Ornate Ford Transit XLWB Campervan Conversion For Sale

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Could you live in this beauty?

Stunning & Ornate Ford Transit XLWB Campervan Conversion For Sale

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Highlights:

  • £12,850
  • Ford Transit 350 XLWB 2.4L
  • 170,000 miles
  • 2012
  • Fully insulated throughout with kingspan/celotex, including a vapour barrier on the floor, ceiling and walls, covered in pine cladding and birch plywood.
  • Full sized, very comfortable double bed, which slides in to form a three seat sofa with a massive under bed storage space, which also can be accessed via a cupboard door at the end. Can be divided to create two small single beds.
  • Twin burner hob with a 6kg direct-fill Gaslow Bottle, this lasted us over a month using it everyday, with plenty left in the tank, and it only costs about £6 to fill up from empty. You can get exterior filling points fitted pretty easily, but we found filling it up inside worked just fine. Includes some European adaptors which just screw on, really simple system and you can get them for pretty much every country. Gaslow have a great online map which shows you all filling stations in UK and a lot of Europe.
  • Carbon Monoxide detector sealed unit with 7 year lifespan, fire-blanket and fire extinguisher.
  • Small stainless steel kitchen sink and tap fitted with a Whale foot pump drawing from a 70L Fiamma fixed fresh water tank, with a small easily removable 10L grey water tank for emptying. This carries enough fresh water for a week easily for two people. It’s filled via a sealed and lockable inlet in the kitchen, via funnel or hose pipe. All of the fittings are food grade plastic.
  • Fiamma crystal roof vent, for air circulation and keeping it cool in the summer.
  • 110ah AGM battery, fitted to a 120w solar panel all running a 12v system with one 12v outlet and 5&1 low power LED lights. There is a separate 240v hook-up installed via back door. We kept this a 12v system so far as it was more than enough for charging our phones and cameras ect. The charge controller was bought with the idea to add more panels and batteries, so the whole electric system can be easily expanded or changed.
  • Professionally fitted side window (with receipt)
  • Customised woodwork throughout the entire space with solid wood worktops and pine framing, there is no mdf and all of the paints, stains, and oils are natural and friendly.
  • Fiamma Bi-pot Toilet fitted into the rear, unused, which is compact, easy to clean and empty, and serves as a solid cedar wood top seat when not in use.
  • More specs/details here at QuirkyCampers

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Natalie C. McKee

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Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife and mama of two little kids. She and her family just purchased a small fixer-upper and are starting a self-sufficient homestead on their happy little acre.
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{ 6 comments… add one }
  • Avatar Joanna Huskey
    November 12, 2020, 7:43 am

    Love the set up.

  • Avatar Penny
    November 13, 2020, 12:58 am

    This actually looks like a home. Also like idea of bed being convertible from one to two. Not all are couples, some are single parent and child or other situations. The wood cutouts also make slightly lighter. Also consideration given to fire extinguisher, etc.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee
      November 13, 2020, 1:05 pm

      That’s a good point, Penny.

    • Avatar Michael Guy
      November 16, 2020, 6:42 am

      What a beautiful conversion. It seems that all areas have been well planned and the standard of work excellent. My wife and I are going to buy a campervan when she retires early, and this van seems to be what we would be looking for. What a pity the timing is all wrong.

  • Avatar Victoria Banaszak
    November 19, 2020, 12:55 pm

    This is cute and the wood cuts are so wonderful. The sink is a bit small for my tastes but I do have a collapsable wash basin so I guess no problem.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee
      November 19, 2020, 1:14 pm

      Oh what a great idea!

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