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Mk7 Camper conversion

Postby Noctule » Fri Jun 25, 2021 9:59 am

An interesting self-build spotted in Ikea's car park near Leeds recently...

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2000 Mk5 HiCube self-build camper
- 2.5di turbo with Bosch conversion
- DRW
- Mondeo instrument cluster
- Lunar Meteorite interior
http://www.hicubecamper.uk

2006 Mk7 115t350 van (cheap tax tramp)

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Mk5 190 lwb x3
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Re: Mk7 Camper conversion

Postby dumper » Fri Jun 25, 2021 10:45 am

Must be scary in crosswinds especially if it’s top heavy as well.
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1974 mk1 v4 with 2.0 pinto fitted
1986 mk3 2.5 di swb
1990 190 lwb 2.5 di
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2006 350 jumbo 135 tdci
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Re: Mk7 Camper conversion

Postby Noctule » Sun Jun 27, 2021 10:25 am

dumper wrote:Must be scary in crosswinds especially if it’s top heavy as well.


Our mk7 work van wallows bad enough, that must have to be driven around corners very carefully.
2000 Mk5 HiCube self-build camper
- 2.5di turbo with Bosch conversion
- DRW
- Mondeo instrument cluster
- Lunar Meteorite interior
http://www.hicubecamper.uk

2006 Mk7 115t350 van (cheap tax tramp)

Previously...
Mk5 100 swb Custom
Mk5 190 lwb x3
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