1996 Murvi Morello campervan motorhome
This van is jam-packed in every way, the layout is brilliant, possibly the best layout motorhome you will see. Murvi are a genuine company who've been building campers for decades now. This was their display model at the time, I've a magazine clipping with the van in it. It was the top model at the time.
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This van is a 2.5TDI (turbo diesel) which as covered 92,000 miles.
It's got a 5 speed gearbox which will or has been refurbished for the new owner.
The van will be fully serviced and habitation checked.
It has also just had £2500 spent on refurbishing the underneath and a new shiny paint job!
So what's inside it? Everything basically!
Starting at the front you've got a standard van, but with electric windows.
What you don't often see is the crazy hammock bed which clips onto the doors and makes the 3rd bed. I'm surprised more companies didn't do this.
The front seats also swivel, the drivers seat has the leisure battery underneath which has just been replaced and the passenger seat has a safe in it. Handy!
The middle of the van is where it gets even more interesting. Check out the photos to see all the different seating combinations you can have.
You can have a dinette, a bench seat with 3 belts (2x lap 1x 3 point), a double bed, an L-shaped seat or take the seats out completely and use the space to carry stuff.
Murvi stands for multi-use-recreational-vehicle with an I on the end and here's a link to an article on the slightly newer version which is very similar.
The end has a great L-shaped kitchen with a fantastic 4 burner hob/grill/oven combo unit, a 3 way fridge and a sink and drainer.
The end-side washroom has a shower, flushing cassette toilet and sink.
Ther van has gas heating and gas/electric hot water.
There's double glazing with blinds and flyscreens and quite a lot of storage under beds, in overhead lockers and in the wardrobe.
There's an awning channel on the outside to attach..... an awning.
The gas bottles are housed under the bathroom sink, of course! You can fit 2x6KG bottles. There is also on-board fresh and waste water tanks meaning you can literally park this in a field and have all necessary amenities on-board without electrical hookup. We would recommend if you want to take things futher get a solar panel fitted and maybe look at changing out some of the older style lights for LED lighting. (we can advise or give you a price on the work)
So, in summary, this is an old campervan-yes, but for £5 less than £10k what else can you get which has such an impressive arsenal of goodies. This isn't just a step up from a tent, it's a step down from a hotel room, a self-catering hotel room at that!