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Price drop!! For sale: Mercedes Sprinter 313 CDI camper in Santiago de Chile

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We are Javi and Teresa, from Spain. We are travelling around Argentina and Chile from last August 2017. Our trip are finishing and our little home needs other owners.
Here we describe the van details and equipment and we add some pictures.

TECHNICAL DETAILS:

For Sale: Mercedes G-Class full equipment in Brazil

HalloTravellers,

finally i decided selling my beloved Mercedes Benz 290 GD, also known as G-Class or "Luisa".

It is the model 461 of ´94. 2.9l Diesel engine, ca. 325.000km, ca. 10-12l per 100km. For wheel drive, differential lock one on front and one on back axle. So you can go everywhere.

FOR SALE! Mercedes Sprinter 2001; 120000km, completely isolated, bulletsafe windows ( former german police van)

We sell our epic sprinter van (former police car) about the end of July 2016 and beginning of August around Santiago de Chile (or elsewhere). Very reliable car with just one minor problem (auxiliary belt broken) on the first 10.000km of our trip. Easy but functional camper van installations, big suite, solid table, big bed. Few electric installations. Details below. Asking price 14.000€.

Pics and vids on: http://lizardclimbing.com/index.php?id=394 and https://vimeo.com/159993532

WANTED - Campervan Chile November 2014

Hi,
we are looking for a Campervan to buy.
We will be in Chile mid-end of November 14  and then going down south to Puerto Natales.
We think of  something  based on Sprinter or Iveco Daily, no things like
4WD-Toyota/Nissan/Mitsubishi - Pickups.
Takeover could either be in Santiago, Temuco or Puerto Montt.
If you have one, if you know one, if you know one who knows one, let us know !
Hit me up at   
patagonia1415 AT web DOT de
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Mercedes Sprinter Camper for Sale - NOW AT A TIME THAT SUITS YOU in Santiago

For sale 2005 Mercedes Sprinter 308 2.2 CDI with full camper conversion. Mercedes Sprinters are the workhorse van for most tour bus operators in Chile, Peru and Argentina because of their reliability and economy. The van is amazingly efficient, it's a 2.2l CDI which can eke out up to 1000kms on a 75l tank of diesel when cruising highways. In Chile you'll pay~50,000 Chilean Pesos (~$100 or £50) to fill it up. The van also has good ground clearance ~8inches, and can cope with the majority of unmade roads you'll find in Chile, Bolivia etc. just fine.