For Sale: The Ultimate Isolation Pod

(For your stay-at-home holidays in 2021) FOR SALE :  UNIQUE, IMMACULATE, CUSTOM-MADE VW CRAFTER CAMPER READY TO GO £37,500 ONO (excluding VAT) Call 07973 513 395 Email: For serious enquiries only Hello. Welcome to this ad for my Crafter. This is a truly great van: easy to drive, with a great badge and easily one of the best vans on the market. It was converted in early 2018 to my specification and so has had a little under 2 years (circa 20K miles) of use as a camper. It was converted by one of the best converters in the business Richard Hales in Peterborough. Richard was recommended to me by Peter Rosenthal, camper van expert and former editor of Camper Van Magazine. Richard's attention to detail is second to none and his finishing is brilliant. You won't find a van like this anywhere else! It is beautiful, reasonably economical for its size and turns a lot of heads. The interior is stunning with grey and orange units highlighted by the original design We

What do you call yours? #mycampervaniscalled LOVE!

A few weeks ago I (with the help of my friends at the Caravan and Motorhome Club) asked the good people of Twitter and Instagram to tell me what they call their camper vans. Here are the results! There are so many great names - and so many different names - and it proves to me that you lot really are a funny, creative, soulful and joyful bunch. Thank you! I will announce the winner in the next day or so. But please do comment and share. One thing that’s clear in all this is that camper owners LOVE their vans. Whether it’s the number plate that spells Rosbif (handy for breaking the ice on French campsites) or a name that tells you a little about shocking MPG (Juicy Lucy), it seems that every camper needs a name that has a story, a name that tells you how it rolls, a name that celebrate its quirks and foibles or a name that tells you how it feels to drive. If you don't want to read the full list here's the top line... Of the 200 owners who told me their van’s nam