We are still looking for a family camper to start our trip ASAP!

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#1 Sat, 12/17/2016 - 23:54

We are still looking for a family camper to start our trip ASAP!

Hi we are a family with three kids, still looking for a motorhome or camper to start trip in Jan. Currently in Santiago,
pls feel free to contact:
Christina
[email protected]

Wed, 12/28/2016 - 08:35

Hello, maybe it can be good

Hello, maybe it can be good for you, we'll sell it in march.

Let us know ,

See you !

http://www.drivetheamericas.com/forums/sale-toyota-4-runner-4x4-2010-tea...

Wed, 12/28/2016 - 13:32

hey, our car is totally family compatible...

...but we are using it until early April. Nevertheless, check it out here:

http://www.drivetheamericas.com/forums/sale-camper-van-vw-t4-25l-tdi-ear...

cheers

Peter

Fri, 12/30/2016 - 10:44

VW T3 WESTFALIA HIGH TOP in Chile end january/first week febrary

Hi,

i have a car for sale if you are interested. It is a VW T3 WESTFALIA HIGH TOP CLUB JOKER WHIT A CHILiEAN PLATE.

With enough space to sleep, we are 5 (3 kids and 2 adults). Perfectly equipped for travel.

Ready in Chile (Arico to Osorno) end of juanry/first week febrary 2017.

You can look at post.
http://www.drivetheamericas.com/forums/sale-volkswagen-t3-westfalia-high...

If you are interested contact me at [email protected]
Any questions get in touch
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Sat, 01/07/2017 - 06:48

Toyota 4 Runner with roof tent in February in Chile.

Hi Christina,

If you are interested we sell our Toyota 4 Runner in February in Chile. It is really perfect  to explore the south America and is has the necessary to sleep comfortably and to cook.

You can find our post here : http://www.drivetheamericas.com/forums/sale-toyota-4-runner-roof-tent-chile

Regards

Damien

Fri, 05/05/2017 - 02:31

Camper Van in Chile For Sale

$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.