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    Hi everyone, I'm new here. My fiance and I have just been on a 90 day trip around northern Europe in our Citroen c15d stealth camper. I've started a blog about the conversion, and will follow up with details of the highs and lows of our journey for anyone who's interested. http://edwardslasthurrah.blogspot.com/

    Looking forward to participating on smallmotorhome.co.uk

    Andy

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    Welcome!

    You don't need to spend a fortune to adapt a vehicle for stealth camping. I did something similar with a Kangoo and stealth-camped for 8 years until trading it in for a Romahome just 2 weeks ago.

    Yours looks quite comfy but with two people sleeping in the rear, I would suggest you fit a roof vent or it could become very hot and stuffy, especially in the summer and is likely to be very uncomfortable. I fit a Fiamma 280mm vent into my Kangoo and, although small, it made a huge difference.

    Details at www.vagavalley.co.uk/ikangoocamping if you're interested....

    I look forward to following your travels.

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      I've subscribed to your blog and look forward to reading your updates.

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        Hi and welcome to the forum! Look forward to reading your blog too!

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          #5
          Hi andybiff and welcome to the forum. It's a really friendly, helpful and knowledgeable place as I'm sure you're finding out.
          Looking forward to reading your blog; hope to see you at one of 2012's many meets.

          Di.

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            #6
            Hi Andybiff, love the wallpaper!! I had a c15 van for 10 years which I used for business but never slept in it, but I always thought it looked doable, as you've proved!

            derek b and Babs
            derek b and Babs

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              Originally posted by karenw View Post
              Welcome!

              You don't need to spend a fortune to adapt a vehicle for stealth camping. I did something similar with a Kangoo and stealth-camped for 8 years until trading it in for a Romahome just 2 weeks ago.

              Yours looks quite comfy but with two people sleeping in the rear, I would suggest you fit a roof vent or it could become very hot and stuffy, especially in the summer and is likely to be very uncomfortable. I fit a Fiamma 280mm vent into my Kangoo and, although small, it made a huge difference.

              Details at www.vagavalley.co.uk/ikangoocamping if you're interested....

              I look forward to following your travels.

              We never had any real problem with not having air vents. I would open all the dash vents and try to face the breeze where possible. And I removed the bottom seal from the rear doors most nights to let a little fresh in the back (where our heads were). It worked well. In Sweden it got down to -8 so we had some condensation but it was no worse than some student flats I've lived in.

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