4x4 Camper with Bed FOR SALE | Dec - early Jan

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#1 Fri, 10/31/2014 - 03:45

4x4 Camper with Bed FOR SALE | Dec - early Jan

CAR HAS BEEN SOLD! GOOD LUCK

Hello travelers, our 5 month road trip is coming to an end and we need to sell our travel partner for the last few months.

We plan to sell end of November - December, at the latest early January between North Chile and Santiago, depending on the buyer. Right now we are in Peru and travelling down the coast to Chile.

For more photos, please visit mitsubishimontero2001forsale.weebly.com

 

Our car is a camperized Mitsubishi Montero 2001, bought from a Mitsubishi dealership in Chile.

Limited 4dr SUV (3.5L V6 4x4 5-speed Automatic) with 198 000km. 

The car runs on gas, not diesel, which is handy and easy to get everywhere.
We get about 80km to 10L of gas.

The front tires have 5,000km on them and the rear tires have only just been replaced in the last 2 days. We estimate that we will drive another 5 000km for our trip. The front tires are Hankook Dynapro ATM 31x10.50r15 ($230US for each), You should get about 80 000km on them.

The car has a keypad coded lock ignition security system, so you cannot start the car without the pin
(Youtube).
It also has a VERY loud car alarm.
(Youtube).

Plates are from Chile, very easy to cross borders in all America with out problems. It's also very easy to do the owner transfer, and we can help you out with the process.

We "camperized" it with a very comfortable bed in the rear. The rear seats are all still available if needed in Santiago.
The bed-frame was custom fabricated from steel which offers good strength but most importantly reduces the size of the frame and lets you store more stuff! The 3 panels of ply can be lifted to access storage under the bed and the rear of the frame has a portable shelf that you can assemble and disassemble easily (as shown in pictures). The rear door can be locked when opened and can be used as a windbreak when cooking.

The windows in the rear are heavily tinted, curtains screen off all 4 sides of the sleeping quarters for complete privacy.  You can leave your stuff and sleep comfortably knowing that people can not see you from the outside. In the front, the glass has been tinted to the legal maximum so that police don't bother you when driving. The windscreen shade also helps with privacy and blocks out light and heat.

The car is equipped with metal bash plates on the front and rear which is absolutely integral for off road/4WDing. You will need 4WD on South American roads, don't let anyone tell you otherwise. Apart from the main roads, most are still goat tracks and if you want to see the countries properly AND have the ability to camp in isolated areas, invest in a car with 4WD.

On the roof we have installed roof bars and a roof basket to enable you to carry extra gear. There are 2 x 20L tanks and 1 x 25L petrol/gas tank and also recovery ladders (which we used numerous times on some of the crazy roads that you will come across too).

The antenna needs to be replaced but the radio still works.

MAINTENANCE
So far we've done 16 000km  and we haven't had any issues.

We had a full service done at a Mitsubishi dealership on purchase and at 11 000km (with receipt).
New rear brakes at 11 000km.
The oil and air filters changed.
Oil changed at 5 000km and 11 000km.
Spark plugs have been replaced.
The wheels have been regularly aligned and balanced throughout the trip.
The underside was sprayed to prevent rust.

SPECS & ACCESSORIES

  • a/c
  • cruise control
  • sound system (cd, am/fm radio/aux (to plug phone, tablet etc into)
  • front and passenger seat warmers
  • sunroof - you can open this at night to get air without security issues
  • service manual in Spanish + digital copy in English
  • new tires
  • keypad coded lock ignition security system
  • car alarm
  • chilean plates
  • steel bed frame
  • tinted windows AND curtains
  • front windscreen shade
  • metal bash plates (front and rear)
  • roof racks
  • roof basket
  • petrol tank 25L and 2 x water tanks 20L each
  • recovery ladders MAXTRAX
  • 12 tonne rated snatch strap (7m x 100mm) & 2 x bow shackles (4.75 tonne)
  • 3 ratchet straps (1 x air force standard) & occy straps
  • 12v mini air compressor (adequately pumps up 4WD tires) & tire repair kit
  • jump leads, basic tools & car jack
  • spare belts (2) fuses and hoses (2)
  • steering wheel lock
  • axe (if all else fails...and sometimes for timber)
  • 3 x double adapter usb plugs - the car has 2 x front cigarette lighters and 1 x rear cigarette lighter
  • 12v vacuum
  • gas cooker with all kitchen accessories (pot, pan, plates, bowls, cutlery, utensils etc) and 2 x plastic storage tubs for accessories and food - we found having food and accessories separate to be vital
  • Coleman esky/ice box
  • fly screen to go over sunroof
  • first aid kit, safety triangles and fire extinguisher
  • antifreeze
  • doona, 4 x pillows, sheets, good quality mattress that is super comfy
  • tarp/awning that you can put over the sun roof or set up from the side of the car
  • solar shower and portable gas-powered shower (actual hot showers!) with canister (optional, $200), portable shower screen - you can shower anywhere
  • foldaway table and 2 x chairs
  • 3 x maps for the entire continent & Lonely Planet Argentina

We are selling the car for USD 7800.  Overall we've spent over $11 000 on the car, so you are getting it for a bargain and should be able to resell the car for the same amount, depending on the length of your trip :).

If you want to arrange a time to see the car, skype chat, or ask any questions, please email [email protected]. We will get back to you ASAP. When we are in Chile, we will get a phone number and update this space.

 

 

 

Sat, 11/22/2014 - 15:40

Optimal

Hey guys
Your camper is ideal. We are now in Puno travelling to bolivia and then to Chile.
We'd love to see and buy your camper in San Pedro de atacama in 10 days time or sooner in Peru or whenever it suits you.
We ve been traveling 3 weeks now and want to head down south to Ushuaia.

Anxiously waiting for your answer!
Cristina and Victor

Mon, 11/24/2014 - 10:14

Hello,

Hello,

We are Silke & Guy from Belgium, we are travelling through Central and South America. Your car is exactly what we are looking for and we are very interested. We also send you an e-mail a few days ago on your gmail addres, did you receive it? 

We arrive in Santiago de Chile by plane on the 8th of December. Is it possible for you to meet us in that week in Santiago?

 

Kind regards,

Silke & Guy