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    well figured i better post here, my names hutchie im 23 & hail from central scotland. been camping since the day i was born my parents have had a variaty of motorhomes over the years along with other members of my family.

    now its my turn as i have recently gotten engaged & my faincee and i are avid walkers & historic sight see-ers (having both got a membership to historic scotland & national trust)

    looking along the lines of a doblo, now im 5' 10" & my faincee is 5' 2". what they like to sleep in? any moving of seats etc? any comman problems? and yes im looking to convert one myself as i have done 5 years engineering

    Welcome to the forum.

    I've been lusting after a nice little Doblo conversion, that a chap local to here does, on e-bay for a couple of weeks.

    I'm only 5' 2" and camp with the dog, could be a bit cramped for 2 of you - but at your age you're probably a bit more agile.

    There seem to be two ways of doing it - a side seat that can pull out to make the bed and units the other side, or make up a bed across the whole width on top of of the cooker etc at night. I prefer the former but the other might suit you better as it would give a much bigger bed.

    If you google Fiat Doblo campervan you will get lots of ideas, also there's a thread on here somewhere ............


      Hi Hutchie and welcome to the forum, Thow I can't give you any feedback to you question, not my field, you have come to the right place I'm sure, the help will come back to you I'm sure, a wealth of information can be found here, best of luck with the conversion.
      Gadgetman......... (Bryan)
      'Live without regrets'


        Welcome Hutchie, we have a few Doblo owners on here who might be able to help.

        Have you seen Paul Winche's excellent self build conversion on our website
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          Hi and welcome from me too!


            Hi. Welcome to the forum
            Carpe diem! :)


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                Hi Hutchie and welcome.
                derek b and Babs


                  thanks for the warm welcome guys i did have a read through that graham before i posted. interesting read


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