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RV inspection in Santiago, Chile? (Sonstiges)

Du+Nica, Dienstag, 17. April 2018, 22:07 (vor 210 Tagen)

Hello everyone,

We found a used motorhome that we think will serve us well. It's based on a Peugeot Boxer L2 diesel open-chassis (same chassis as the Fiat Ducato, but with a different engine -- please see also the other message we just posted here), with the rear "home" part custom-built locally. It was adapted with dual rear axles, so we're pretty confident it will handle our load requirements (we want at least 800kg of cargo capacity).

It seems well built and well maintained and FWIW the owner says he bought it new himself and had it custom-built, and that he has complete build and maintenance records (we haven't checked yet).

Right now, we want to hire a mechanic specialized in RVs to inspect both its "vehicle" parts (engine, suspension, etc.) and its "house" parts (refrigerator, stove/oven, toilet, electric/hydraulic/propane installations, see if there is no damage by infiltration, etc) so we can move ahead with the negotiations.

Can any of you please recommend a specialized RV mechanic at or around Santiago, Chile who is both competent and reliable, that we can hire for that?

PS: we have already searched at http://www.ioverlander.com/ and there are hundreds of mechanics mentioned there, but we haven't found any that was recommended for doing inspections.

Thank you very much,
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Du & Nica.

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RV inspection in Santiago, Chile?

Geo ⌂ @, Santiago de Chile, Dienstag, 17. April 2018, 22:37 (vor 210 Tagen) @ Du+Nica

My vehicles are inspected and maintained in the "livable" part by Campertravel in Santiago, not cheap but reliable.

And shortly to Euro V: my 2015 Sprinter hasn't needed any adjustments up to 4900 m on the way to Machu Picchu (pass between the peruvian Arequipa and Colca Canyon).

Good luck
Geo Gerd

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