Over the last year we have been working really hard producing our amazing Adventurevan called Luna, sadly we haven’t been able to write a post for every stage as we’d originally hoped as there’s just not enough time.
So we have decided to add this post so you can watch through all of the videos that we have been able to put together for the build.
Campervan Luna – Introduction to our Ford Transit | Ep 0
Campervan Luna – Drivers Seat Swivel | Ep 1
Campervan Luna – Sound Deadening | Ep 2
Campervan Luna – Double Seat Swivel | Ep 3
Campervan Luna – AUTO-VOX V5 Reversing/Dash Camera Unboxing and Installation | Ep 4
Campervan Luna – Fitting Rear Seats | Ep5
Campervan Luna – Window Fitting | Ep 6
Campervan Luna – Roof Rack Modifications and Fitting | Ep 7
Campervan Luna – MaxxFan Deluxe Installation | Ep 8
Campervan Luna – Fitting an Insulated Floor | Ep 9
Campervan Luna – New Alloys and Tyres | Ep 10
Campervan Luna – Diesel Heater Installation | Ep 11
Campervan Luna – Altro Vinyl Flooring | Ep 12
Campervan Luna – Fiamma F45s Awning | Ep 13
Campervan Luna – Thermal Window Covers | Ep14
We also post regularly to Instagram, so don’t forget to check us out and follow along.
This theoretically “easy” task is made more complicated in a Transit van, owing to the need to first lower the handbrake to allow room for the seat to swivel. The scopema drivers side seat swivel, comes with no instructions, other than a simplistic diagram of how to fit it on the website. Whilst we did video the whole process, this is just in case you are if you are like me and also like a written list.
The idea of a new van has been floating around in our minds for a while now. Whilst our VW T5 makes a super practical family vehicle, its camping capabilities had been reduced to “makes a good roadside brew” due to the descent of two minions into our midst.