WANTED : 2 French looking for a van/camper ASAP between Peru/Chile

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#1 Sat, 02/11/2017 - 11:03

WANTED : 2 French looking for a van/camper ASAP between Peru/Chile

Hello,

I'm currently in south American and a friend will join me in the beginning of march.

We are looking for buy a van for our 6 month travel accross south america. We wants to save money by travelling and living in our van more than spend money in hostel.

The best will be to find a van will full equipment.

Maximum budget : 4000 Eur/USD

Don't hesitate to contact me at [email protected] if you have one to sales.

I'm moving to Santiago soon so will be perfect if we can find it there, if not I can move to grab the van.

 

Sat, 02/11/2017 - 12:04
Sun, 02/12/2017 - 09:24

KIA 4wd

Hey, 

we have a KIA sportage for sale, bed inside and ready for travelling. We could meet you in Valpo or Santiago in about a week. Check our ad:

http://www.drivetheamericas.com/forums/sale-chile-kia-sportage-4wd-ready...

price is negotiable, but in my opinion you will need to rethink your budget anyway if you are serious about 6 months of travelling ;)

Sun, 03/19/2017 - 16:16

1989 Toyota Hilux Surf (Diesel) 2.8L 4x4 w/ Chilean Plates

Tue, 03/28/2017 - 13:42

2003 Mitsubishi Montero 4x4, roof top tent, fully kitted

hi there! 

We are looking to sell our beloved van in April in Santiago. Price negotiable. 

Check out our listing and let us know 

http://www.drivetheamericas.com/forums/updatefor-sale-2003-mitsubishi-mo...

Cheers

Andy 

Fri, 03/31/2017 - 12:53
Thu, 05/04/2017 - 14:45

Camper Van in Chile For Sale

$4,000 will not buy you anything worth having. Check mine out.

 

$6,950 - 2013, Excellent, Second Owner, Chevrolet N300 van converted into a camper. I'm a mechanic and know vehicles. Anyone looking knows Chileans do not take care of their vans, most of those you find are a mess, driven to death, trashed then sold for high prices. I spent two months looking for this van, bought it from a reputable dealer and paid extra because it was well worth it. I have been in Chile for more than 10 months and eighty percent of the almost 50,000 kilometers on the meter are highway, that is about 31,000 miles. Those who know vehicles will tell you open road driving is the best for any vehicle. I normally get 13+ KM/liter in town and as much as 15 on the highway. It holds 54 liters of gas when filled to the top and will normally go more than 700 kilometers on one tank! It has an excellent 5 speed transmission and very easy to drive. I installed an extra large battery for camping and sometimes watch two or three movies a day. It has good tires, an excellent radio/CD player, fantastic heater, a cooler for food, a propane stove and tank for cooking, custom seat covers and custom bars above the seats and at the top of the rear window for hanging clothes or towels to prevent anyone seeing in side while sleeping. I installed foam on the inside walls for temperature and sound control, a bed with a very nice foam mattress, under which is storage. I recently renewed the license. If you are ready to go camping it is ready to take two people wherever you want to go. I am selling it only because I need a larger van capable of pulling a boat that I am building.

Mon, 06/19/2017 - 09:26

Hey!

Hey!

We have a car for you in Arica, Chile.

Me and my boyfriend have been traveling around in this beauty of a car for the last few months but we have to head back to New Zealand.

It is a 1990 Subaru Legacy, 2.2L automatic that has been converted into a pretty awesome camper car. We spent two months at the beach converting it. It has a double bed that folds down in 5 seconds so that you can still use all five seats, a big wadrobe underneath the bed, a kitchen in the back, a huge storage box complete with locks and a 18L solar shower.

If you buy it you will get everything you need...cooking equipment 2 pots, a pan, cuttlery, plates, bowls, knives and probably a bunch of food and spices if you want it. It also has plenty of tools, engine oil, two camp chairs, a set of sheets, a sleeping bag, mattress, a duvet, a two burner gas stove and bottle.

It also has:
4 new tyres brought in the last month
New transmission oil
New engine oil and filter
New spark plugs
New fuel filter
New air filter
If you want to see more pictures of the car or even check out our journey so far, give our website a look or send us a message.

We are looking for $2500 US
https://www.theradplanet.com/
Thanks!

Tue, 06/20/2017 - 11:55

Hola ! Check out our post

We are selling our amazing Toyota Hiace (1981) for July / early August in Santiago ! Fully renoved by ourselves since february 2017, t's a lovely vehicule to discover South America. It comes fully equiped with a kitchen, a convertible table in couch (1.50x1.90m), a sink, a shower head and a retractable roof.

PRICE : 7250$ USD / 6500 € NEGOTIABLE

http://www.drivetheamericas.com/forums/sale-6500%E2%82%AC-equipped-campe...

Tue, 06/20/2017 - 11:57 (Reply to #9)

Hola ! Check out our post

Nous sommes francais ;)