Seems a lot of folk here on on the search for 3-Door baby RAV4s?
I've kind of gone the other direction a few days ago .... Here is my new (to me) Motorhome Cheyenne635SE by David, on Flickr
It is a very nice Autotrail Cheyenne 635 SE on a Fiat Ducato Chassis. Cheyenne635SE by David, on Flickr
Features a good sized Rear Washroom which is big enough to work as a changing room as well Before that there is a good kitchen with hob, grill, oven, big fridge etc. Cheyenne635SE by David, on Flickr
Between the Kitchen and the Cab there is the Lounge area Cheyenne635SE by David, on Flickr
The lounge seats convert to a fair sized double bed, but specifically opted to get a Motorhome with an Overcab Bed so there would be a readymade bed available at night without the hassle of making up a "puzzle bed" each evening before sleep Cheyenne635SE by David, on Flickr
Viewed it last Friday; The owner delivered it down to us on Sunday and first overnight trip out is tomorrow (actually only going 5 miles to an event, but a good chance to have a wee 'shakedown' trip before I go away next week to a campsite on the edge of the Lake District to do a bit of work on an old VW based Autosleeper).
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Looks well finished Inside ..have you sold the VW van you converted ?
Nope, But I will be once made a few little overhead cupboards and added a external showerpoint. In these Covid19 times, motorhome demand is going mad, but being self-contained is also sort-after, and my VW Camper has no internal shower. Wouldn't have been much of a factor before.
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What’s the ride like has it got standard springs or air suspension ?
not bad. Currently on Leaf Springs but likely to fit Air Assist at the rear to allow me to uprate the weight.
With the trailer air assist has got to be the way to go . We are looking at our next wheelchair accessible van of which the Renault Master is the only choice on the Motability scheme, have requested air suspension as the ride on the Master is so bad ☹️
Post by bothwellbuyer on Sept 17, 2020 8:22:22 GMT
Lovely! My daughter here has 5 kids and uses her Fiat based motorhome all the time. Been all over Europe, and now areas of Scotland. Only trouble she has had was a steel wheel that was cracked causing a slow puncture syndrome eventually found by the garage....and then a neighbours car rolled into it causing some body damage. She had to wait 4 weeks for it to be repaired as the Italian factory had gone on holiday in Italy. Overall, its done thousands of miles with really no problem and big enough for her 5 ! Hope you get a lot of enjoyment. Sure you will!!