Uruguay

For Sale: Mitsubishi Delica 4X4 Uruguay/Argentina

Hello all,

Selling my beloved 1991 JDM Mitsubishi Delica L300. Incredible vehicle, it's been up and down the PanAm a couple times and just keeps wanting more. Short wheel base and real 4X4, along with the Turbo Diesel power make this the perfect van for traversing the hazards of off road travel. Ability to enter 2X is ideal for those inevitable long driving days when you get onto the pavement. Here's a little more info:

Mitsubishi L300 Delica Diesel 4X4, 1991

FOR SALE:4wd ford f150 with camper in Uruguay

We are selling our 2001 Ford F150 Supercrew pickup with truck camper now in Uruguay.
Bought separately in California in January last year, we've traveled in North and Central and south America in this very reliable Ford that has a complete off-road package and a lightweight, professionally fitted camper on its bed. To make sure the car stayed in good condition, we had it undergo frequent checkups, oil changes and no problem were found. The car is in great shape and shows no signs of rust or damage. It has a 5.4L gasoline engine.

FOR SALE: 4WD Mitsubishi Montero all terrain campervan in Argentina

It is a 1991 Mitsubishi Montero with gasoline engine, manual transmission 5 speed. The vehicle is up to date!
It is prepared as a camper van for 2 people. This car is for you if you want to live comfortably on the road, and still have a lot of the advantages of driving in a 4WD car. Because it's comfortable, you will save on hotels which in many amazing places do not exist.

We drive the car since 5 years! The car has been a fantastic asset for highway and off-road driving and is very reliable. We are selling it because we are looking for a baby so it will be small for us.

Good place to store our van in Montevideo?

Hello all,

 

I've gotten tons of useful advice off this forum so a huge shout-out and THANK YOU to everyone who shares their stories, advice and information. It helps, A LOT! I'm going to try and stayed connected more so I can return the favor since we've come all the way down through Central America, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Chile and are now headed to Argentina and Uruguay. 

Ford Ranger XLT 4x4 extra cab with topper Bolivia $4000us

$4,000

1988 Ford Ranger

2.9 L V6 engine (gasoline)

Fuel Injected

4x4

5 speed manual transmission

'super' cab – seats 5 + topper

plates: Montana, U.S.A.

 

3 owners: mechanic, insurance salesman, mechanic / mechanical engineer

Have all maintenance records and receipts from year 2000 to present.

 

Sold - For Sale end of 02/2014 Chile / Argentina: 4x4 F350 with Bigfoot camper fully equipped

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 :)

Pictures, more information and my contact details here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/17_C-52CEONcTZC3Gpp68qalDri4TmLXbFW-X...

Please email if interested.

Michaela

Ford Explorer XLT 4X4 2002 for sale April/May in Argentinia, Uruguay, Brazil, Paraguay

Hello,
our trip through the americas from Canada to Brazil is coming to an end. So we would like to give you the opportunity to buy our Ford Explorer.

Looking for Westfalia or similar in Buenos Aires, Argentina or Uruguay

Hi there,

We're looking for a nice camper such as Westfalia or similar to take us around South America. Is there anything for sale? We're living in Colonia del Sacramento and have no rush so we can wait as long as necessary.  We can also pick it somewhere nearby!!

Cheers and Merry Christmas to you all :)

Lugrana

Selling vehicles in South America - how do we do it?

We're looking for information about selling our campervan in South America.

- Does anyone have detailed info about selling in Argentina, Chile and Uruguay?

- We are interested in knowing how we would transfer the title to a new owner. EG is it advantageous to keep our car registered somewhere? (our van is currently registered in California, but we are wondering if we need to keep re-registering it each year). If the car is no longer registered anywhere, does it make it more difficult to transfer ownership, or is this irrelevant?