2.4 litre diesel engine that has been well looked after by the Sussex fire brigade and serviced twice a year since I bought her. She has done 3 summers with Quircky Campers and had many satisfied customers and no breakdowns. She was lovingly converted by Thomas Hutchins who planned on living in her, but never did and you can really tell the difference as the lengths he went to get a great finish. I have adapted it, added a few details and upgraded the electrics to make it more suitable for hassle free renting. I also added another gas safe so 2 bottles can be stored so that the customer never runs out.
In the back she has a Sony stereo with blue-tooth and mini jack connection. A 21inch high definition television with HDMI cable or USB port connection with integrated sound through the stereo.
In the front she has a touch-screen Kenwood stereo system that connects via blue-tooth or a USB port in the top glove box. This is linked to the reversing camera that has supper bright LED lights and distance sensors to make parking really easy.
She has 2 sky light so she is nice and bright. The body work is in good condition as I have it resprayed regularly, with very little rust on the underside.
Amelia was originally a Sussex fire and rescue vehicle before Thomas Hutchins converted it into a wonderful high tech camper with an integrated Sony sound system and flat screen 21″ TV. With a one off handmade wood burner made in Glastonbury by Snail stoves. It’s ideal for when the weather turns out not to be, or just to relax in after a long day full of adventure.
Amelia has been very popular over the years while listed for hire with Quirky Campers. We hope her new owner will continue to hire through us. To find out more about renting out your campervan please see this page https://www.quirkycampers.co.uk/rent-out-your-campervan/
Amelia has a full length single bed (200cm x 80cm) which transforms into a double by adding an extra section (150cm x 43cm) pull out section from under the desk area.