I bought a 2005 T30 (174) Panel Van in 2010 with 28K on the clock for £11K (now 79K). It had the full spec I was looking at, ac, ew, Captains Seats, Criuse, and had been lovingly cared for by the previous owner (1). I spent a year looking for vans and I've probably spent another £2K on ICE, Windows, Rear Seats blah blah blah. I think the van is great and drive with a smile on my face when I'm not telling @*seholes to get above 40mph.Thanks DSM, I know seen a 10 plate with 64k on, same price.
Just appeals that its ready to drive, seat in back for my daughter, and is the t32, with air con etc. like idea of windows already in, it is just a matter of ordering a bed, and getting it insulated and lined, plus electric hook up. Kitchen pod can go in later.
Having looked at so many vans, head starts spinning!!!
The 30k on clock might be the deal breaker though !
Wash your mouth out!!!!!! LOL:Riley1973 is my son. Clearly he is trying very hard to find a VW van. I have a 2002 T4 2.5Tdi (Autosleeper Trident), my brother has a 2003 ex AA van converted into a "weekender" and my nephew uses a T5 for his work. I'm getting worried. What I need to know is whether wanting to own a VW van is an illness and, if so, is it hereditary? Is there a cure? Should I swap mine for a Transit van........?? Anybody got any ideas.......?
These are very wise words Mr Riley....I'd always be wary with a vehicle with a much lower mileage than expected, but if there's a history to substaniate it then all the better. If you ask the question if it's worth it then you will get 100 different answers; plus with VAT you are over 12K. You would get a newer model for about the same?
If it's worth it to you and you are happy to buy it then it doesn't matter what anyone else thinks. Don't forget that once you buy it then you will join the neverending trial that we all go on to mod it up, and that ain't cheap
Good luck with whatever you decide.