For sale is our 4x4 F350 7.3l Diesel dually with bigfoot camper end of February in Chile / Argentina / Uruguay. Blanca was a reliable companion on our trip south from San Francisco, and though it hurts, we're happy to hand her on to you for a new round of adventures :)
We are 2 young frenchies. In January 2014 we will be travelling around South America, during 6 months.
To do so, we want to buy a car in Chile, (Santiago will be great as we land there), then we will go through Argentina, Bolivia, Peru (maybe Columbia) and Brazil.
We are looking for an SUV (Toyota Land Cruiser 1997-2001 or Land Rover Discovery 2 or something like that). We don’t necessary want to buy something fully equipped but it will be a plus. Our budget is between 4.000 (not prepared) and 6.000 USD. Your advices and tips are welcomed.
Hi, we are looking for a car (or camper) to travel in Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Peru and finally Ecuador. 4x4 prefered.
We will be in Mendoza from End of October till end of November 2013. Our further route will be first down to Ushuaia and then back up. We will fly out of Quito, Ecuador mid May 2014. Thus we would also be happy to drive somebodys car back up from the south.
My girlfriend Linda and I are traveling south from California in our Volkswagen hoping to make it to Chile/Argentina anywhere between December 2013 and February 2014. Were now in Ecuador heading south at an average pace and are hoping to sell the van at the end of the trip. The van is a 1986 Volkswagen Westfalia Weekender, its 2wd with a 2.2l 4cyl wasserboxer. The engine was freshly rebuilt by Chris Corkins who is one of the top rebuilders for this platform and installed just weeks prior to leaving.
We will be finishing our "drive the Americas" trip in late November or early December in either Argentina or Chile and will be selling our beloved Jurasek, the Volkswagen Eurovan (aka Transporter in Europe).
It´s from 1992, Germany-made with Canadian plates.
The engine is 2.5 litres, five cylinder, it runs on gas and is manual. The consumption is between 9 (highway) and 11 (mountains and off road) litres per 100 km.
at the moment we (German couple 34 and 37) are travelling the panamericana southbound from Canada to Chile. Right now we are in Mexico.
As we will start our new jobs by March 2014 we will sell our Mitsubishi Montero Sport Camper by beginning / mid of Feb in Chle. You can find all details below and pictures on our website: www.travelsouthbound.de
We are Sabine and Michael a Dutch couple and we are selling our beloved Suzuki Jimny 4x4 (his name is El Mundo) in the middle or at the end of June in Chile. Driving around in your own car in South America is one of the best ways to explore this great continent with all the FREEDOM you want. We are driving now more than 2 months with him and driven from Santiago to the south of Patagonia and back up trough Argentina in to Brazil. The trip is now 10.000km long and we will added around 6000km more trough Bolivia, Peru and back in to Chile.