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Old 13-02-12, 06:27
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Therer's no specification for two when converting but I think some insurance companies require two.
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Old 14-02-12, 08:59
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i'm just filling out the declaration of conversion by vehicle owner form . On the form you have to fill out a setion that i'm having difficulty filling out, perhaps some one can help me mine is a 1994 Caravelle anyone have any idea what the eu bodywork is ?
The mass is service ? Technically permissible maximum laden mass ? Any help appreciated
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Old 14-02-12, 09:10
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i'm just filling out the declaration of conversion by vehicle owner form . On the form you have to fill out a setion that i'm having difficulty filling out, perhaps some one can help me mine is a 1994 Caravelle anyone have any idea what the eu bodywork is ?
The mass is service ? Technically permissible maximum laden mass ? Any help appreciated
Caravelle is category M1, probably section AF: Multi-purpose vehicle.

Is it a LWB or SWB Caravelle ?

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Bunch of T4's and LT's, but most of it 4WD.
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Old 14-02-12, 09:18
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Caravelle is category M1, probably section AF: Multi-purpose vehicle.

Is it a LWB or SWB Caravelle ?

/M

It's a short wheel base marlow ? Yeah i put the Eu vehicle category in as m1 allright so that means my eu bodywork is Af ? Thanks Marlow
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Old 14-02-12, 09:22
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It's a short wheel base marlow ? Yeah i put the Eu vehicle category in as m1 allright so that means my eu bodywork is Af ? Thanks Marlow
I'll have a look at my paperwork here. I still have copies of the german documents from my Caravelle. It's a facelift, but wouldn't be much off yours for weights. They should be in those documents.

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Old 14-02-12, 09:29
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Fair play to Marlow appreciate it
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Old 02-04-12, 16:06
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Does anyone have any fresh info on whether or not we can still do a self conversion ?
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Old 05-04-12, 11:54
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Yes you can until the end of April anyway. New rules are coming in which state that only conversions can be carried out by a registered converter. I imagine the reason for this is that too many people are carrying out the basic conversion ie sticking some sort of bed (even futon), a storage bin and cooker into the back of a panel van, getting a low vrt valuation, paying it, then carrying out a more professional conversion which would have incurred a higher level of vrt.
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Old 07-04-12, 07:33
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[QUOTE=Eire80;1385279]Yes you can until the end of April anyway. New rules are coming in which state that only conversions can be carried out by a registered converter.

That's what I've heard too but I can't find anything on the NSAI website that confirms this. Surly getting the inspection done by a NSAI registered garage amounts to the same thing ??
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Old 06-07-12, 06:57
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Sent away the forms to rosslare 2 weeks ago haven't heard anything back as of yet don't know whether that is a good sign or a bad sign
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