PRICE DROP - WAS $3995 - NOW $3595
We have completely gutted the van and re-built him from scratch.
Carefully crafted to provide optimum storage space under the bed and in the kitchen, Patch is the ideal companion for the incredible journey you are about to embark on!
REGO : Oct 2019
WOF : Oct 2019 (consistently used VTNZ for testing)
Service : Oct 2019
Timing Belt replaced recently (@405 000km)
NEW BATTERY replaced in March 2018
Currently at 436 XXX km but will increase a little over the next couple of weeks - our very handy mechanic who grew up working on l300s at his family farm said that he's in great shape and has lots of life left in him yet - these kinds of vans live well and truly into the 600-700 000 KMs especially because they are diesel.
He has recently had a brand new battery and has been an absolute dream boat with only minor things that have needed to be done like a small hole in the exhaust which we have fixed and a new brake rota which has recently been replaced.
Diesel engine, 2.5 to be exact and it only costs between $40-$50 to fill his tank up. Which has been welcomed as travellers as diesel is cheap and lasts a long time.
As mentioned above he has plenty of under the bed storage as well as storage boxes behind the seats.
The bed converts into an L sharp sofa with custom made cushions.
X3 Duvets (for extra comfort)
X1 Memory foam mattress topper
X4 Large pillow
X2 Small decorative pillows
X1 Fluffy blanket
X2 Sleeping bags
The windows are blackout and so are the curtains for ultimate privacy.
On the backboard we have also recently installed a laptop shelf which is super handy for those cosy Netflix evenings 😍
His kitchen is fully equipped with the following;
X1 Gas Stove
X1 Electronic frying pan
X1 Large frying pan
X2 Glass screw top cups
X2 Wine glasses
X1 Cheese grater
X1 Cool box
X1 Chopping board
X4 Knives, forks and spoons
X1 Coffe, Tea and Sugar pots
X2 Food storage boxes
X1 Removable sink
X1 Picnic table
X2 Camp chairs
Patch has been our project, our home and our passion during our incredible time here in NZ so we hope whoever takes him on when we leave will love him just as much as we have.