Our camper is for sale

UPDATE ! : Our camper is sold ! Pancho Veenstra is the new owner.

Later (too late unfortunately) I found out Pancho is just a shadowy car dealer posing as an enthusiastic hobbyist. I thought I was selling the camper to someone with little capital who wanted to travel through Europe and refurbish an older camper himself … so it turns out to be a handy talker who trades in cars and earns a lot of money with it. His website : https://www.autosvanveenstra.nl/

If anyone is interested…send an email or call me …

To give an up-to-date impression I took a few photos (and to use in advertisements).

We are still working to restore some motor inconveniences, but if successful, the target is 7000 euro.

Original it was a Roller Team Granduca 65 Living produced in 2004 and got on the road in Italy.

Sonnemans Motorhomes imported it to The Netherlands in 2009 and made some changes to rent it out. I bought the camper in 2011 and had lots of nice vacations. You can see the stories, photos and videos behind the button “history of our vacations“.

But the camper is too big for the two of us.

  • Roller Team Granduca 65 Living
  • Ford Transit 2,4L diesel 92kW/ 125PK
  • 3500kg.max (rijklaar leeggewicht: 3010kg)
  • 6 slaapplaatsen, 4 zitplaatsen met veiligheidsgordel.
  • lengte 726 cm.
  • hoogte 305 cm.
  • gaskachel + gasboiler
  • toilet en aparte douche.
  • vast “frans”-bed en alkoofbed.
  • koelkast 24V/220V/gas.
  • Dometic air conditioner 220V

We have never used the Dometic air conditioner because we always spend the night in the open field and therefore do not have 220V.

The exterior view of the motorhome is very striking to most and many find it ugly, but the big advantage for us for years has been that we are not bothered by people with an excessive form of “cleanliness” but are approached by people who be as social and empathetic as we are.

Published by wim harwig

too old to die young, but still making love and not war

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