Camper Van Peugeot Boxer H2L3 autark

Your adventure begins in Georgia

Hello CamperFans,

First of all, my beloved van is not in Bamberg. Not even in a village nearby. No, he took me to Georgia and is now waiting there for a new owner who is adventurous and loves to travel. I met my current boyfriend in Turkey, and we decided to continue travelling together. But for ecological and financial reasons, we chose to travel in only one car – his. So, this is why your adventure, or yours, begins in Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia.

I understand that no one likes to buy a car unseen, especially not a camper van. It’s challenging given the distance, but in the worst-case scenario, you’ll have visited a fantastic country and had a great vacation here.

OR: You might also fall in love with “Thor” and enjoy an amazing road trip back to good old Germany (or wherever) 😅

Here are some facts about the car and his interior:

  • Peugeot Boxer 2.2 HDI (Diesel) with 120 PS (88 KW). Year of manufacture: 2009. Named THOR.
  • H2 L3, camper van registration.
  • MOT (TÜV) expired, as I’ve been on the road for a while.
  • ABS light is on, although ABS works during heavy braking. It would need to be repaired in Europe; spare parts and skilled mechanics for these models are very rare in Georgia.
  • Front and rear brake pads had been changed in Turkey about 3,500 km ago.
  • Oil change done last July in Georgia, about 500 km ago.
  • Continental All-Season tires for the last 20,000 km.
  • AGM car battery replaced last November.
  • Before my departure, the oil pan, starter, spark plugs, an injector, and some other parts had been replaced because Thor had trouble starting. Well, it got better. With me, he has travelled a total of 45,000 km.
  • The interior was designed and built by a professional carpenter, suitable for 1 to 2 travellers.
  • Plenty of storage space inside and under the bed (rear part).
  • High-quality equipment: Fiamma Aqua 8 water pump, Planar 2D diesel heater, Victron charge controller, 80 Ah Liontron LiFePo battery, 200 watts of solar panels
  • Cooking is done with gas using portable cookers, as one often likes to prepare meals outdoors. Plus, no separate inspection is required in Germany.
  • 2 swivel seats to optimise space usage.
  • Easily removable and sufficiently large fresh and grey water tanks (60 l/ 40l), making cleaning easy.
  • The small bathroom has a dry-separation toilet and a shower. The bathroom can also be heated and used as a drying room.
  • An extendable table and two bar stools provide comfort outdoors.
  • Comes with dishes, cups, cutlery, pots, baskets, bedding, water hose, tools, and much more. Just buy food, fill up with water, and you’re ready to go.

Interested?

Feel free to contact me via Telegram or WhatsApp: +37494559811 (currently traveling around Armenia).

I’m happy to send more photos, videos, information, or whatever else you may need.

With a notarized power of attorney, which we can arrange here together, and an entry in my car insurance that includes you as the second driver, you can travel without any problems. I have the vehicle registration certificate and title with me, so Thor immediately belongs to you, and you won’t have any delays in registering it in Germany.

I won’t respond to unreasonable and absurd price offers. I know Thor isn’t the youngest, he has quite a few kilometres on him, some scratches, and a bit of rust, but he’s great! Selling him off is not an option for me.