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Mini Camper available now! (Fahrzeug abzugeben)

Microdot, Samstag, 25. Januar 2020, 16:29 (vor 31 Tagen)
bearbeitet von Microdot, Samstag, 25. Januar 2020, 16:38

I am selling my reliable little home on wheels for 5200$.
I drove her down from Canada and have reached my destination here in Costa Rica. For me it is time for a new adventure.
The van is equipped with everything your heart desires and needs to go on the next journey.

Besides the bed that covers the entire back, which is perfect for two people I have a
-cooker
-cuttlery
-plates
-all necessary utensils for an independent cooking.
-a completely independent battery for the worst case.
-a battery charger
-an inverter to charge 110volts
-a warm sleeping bag in case you go back North
-several nice pillows
-curtains
And much more.

Unlike other american whips this baby runs great on gas. My record was 1053 km with one tank and I still had 8 liters inside.
This is very important if you want to go long distances, many people underestimate the cost. The car is very inconspicuous which is great if you want to camp in residential areas and don't want to be noticed:)

To the car itself and the motor.

The car is a 2002 Ford Windstar and has had some adventures in its life, this is why I have done the maintenance and tune ups that have to be done when a car gets older.
In the last 3 months I have done the following work on it.

New Napa Battery(one of the best on the market)
New Alternator
New Tensioner
New Timing Belt
New Sparkplugs
New Sparkplug Cables
New Front Brakes
New Oil Filter, oil change
New Crankshaft Sensor
New Caliper Bolts

The motor runs great and has a lot of power since it has a 3.8 Liter gasoline engine inside.

You won't have any trouble going up any hill.

There is no rust where it matters. The only place you can spot rust is from the typical stone hits on the hood.
It has a tiny dent on the front right side.

Things that need to be done.
You will hear a metal sound when you go over things. This is because the bushings have to be replaced which may cost you 8-20$ plus labour.

The car is registered in Canada and has 3 months Visa in Costa Rica which can be extended.
If you want to nationalize it in Costa Rica, you would have to pay the import tax. The insurance in Canada has expired but it would not cover you in Central America anyway. For that each nation provides their own obligatory insurance when you enter the country.

If you have any questions about the car or border crossings do not hesitate in contacting me via WhatsApp at +491776244768 or via julian_nona@gmx.de

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