Lot 201 - 1982 Mercedes-Benz 207D High-Top Camper
|Sold - £3,920
In 1977, Mercedes-Benz introduced a new transporter called the T1 and built in Bremen, Germany. The TN/T1 was available as a minibus or fitted with a cargo box body or flat cargo bed. A double cab version was offered in the latter two configurations. The TN/T1 van was also used as a campervan conversion being much larger than the Volkswagen Transporter. These Mercedes-Benz campers are loved due to their bullet proof diesel engines and simple mechanics. Capable of great mileages they have proven to be reliable camper conversions for generations of travellers. After 18 years of production, 970,000 of the Bremer Transporter were produced and this well-loved model formed the basis for the next major development, the 'Sprinter', the benchmark by which all other panel vans are measured.
This two berth High-Top period camper has less than 24,000 miles in the hands of just one keeper until 2014. Professionally converted when new, the interior comes with a hob and grill, fridge and small sink with tap. The condition is described by the vendor as quite remarkable given the vehicles age. The open road awaits...
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