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sorry to be thick here goes

1)does it just need a normal mot
2)is it tax bracket as cars (engien size)
3)what heating once camped up do they use
4)how long would gas last on the fridge
5) whats a good conversion
westfalia
bilbo
sorry these would be probably a 1.9 petrol pop top
 

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sorry to be thick here goes

1)does it just need a normal mot
2)is it tax bracket as cars (engien size)
3)what heating once camped up do they use
4)how long would gas last on the fridge
5) whats a good conversion
westfalia
bilbo
sorry these would be probably a 1.9 petrol pop top
1- yes
2- yes
3- depends on what/if is fitted (westys usually have erspasher)
4- depends how much you use it (also cooker)
5- westfalia are bestest (imo)
 

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Westies are widely regarded the best conversions but they will all be LHD without exception

Also consider a Riemo conversion as they are very good too, unsure or weather they did RHD either tho

Alot of conversions (holdsworth etc) are quite old man-ish tho
 

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Westies are widely regarded the best conversions but they will all be LHD without exception

Also consider a Riemo conversion as they are very good too, unsure or weather they did RHD either tho

Alot of conversions (holdsworth etc) are quite old man-ish tho
we know someone with a genuine RHD westie, apparently nobody over in VW Germany has a clue how it came into being but it does exist
 

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thats why i got a bus in the first place, tents suck:D

you could use a t25 camper as a daily, and if you get pop top will fit into most car parks:)
Aw yes that was another question tbh my daily is far less than a daily probably do 20 miles a month max lol:lol:
 

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oh serious note any parts to look for?
1) rust (anywhere inaprticular)
2) engien etc ?
rust- front panel behind bumper, seams are the common places they go

engines- 2.1`s are nippy, 1.6 td`s are slow but more economical, 2.1`s with big turbos stuck on them are great but thirsty then a pain when they break(from my experience)
 
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