Iveco Germany knows that the base vehicle was once delivered in Düsseldorf. However, it is unclear where exactly the empty cabin and equipment come from. Despite the different decors on the vehicle, we assume the Beier company. Without a clear name as a sales argument, a northern German dealer is asking a moderate 29,900 euros. Not a bad deal for a second home on wheels from the year 2005, which probably cost far more than 200,000 euros new. A Ducato-based panel van of the same age would hardly be cheaper at the moment.
The ravages of time are clearly gnawing, but there are still envious looks
That’s him: A project for people with their own truck workshop or passionate mobile home builders. The 7.49 ton truck relies on solid Iveco Eurocargo technology. Although the 9.42 meter long liner has only run 109,200 kilometers, the ravages of time are already visibly eroding it. The aluminum planking of the body shows ugly aluminum corrosion, especially around various flaps. And the panel in front of the awning integrated into the body on the passenger side is completely missing. In addition, the previous owner started to redesign the interior despite limited technical possibilities. Nevertheless, the full-fledged solution for motorhome enthusiasts with a truck driver’s license still has its appeal.
The 9.42 meter long holiday giant is almost certain to attract envious looks on campsites. Hopefully the onlookers don’t look too closely, because otherwise a few inconsistencies under the silvery shimmering outer skin might jump out at them. The narrow rear light units are mounted vertically on the left and right on large checker plate sections. And as soon as you open the only door of the rear garage, you notice its strange format. It is wide, but oddly cut due to a subsequent change in the space layout of the rear area. The tanks and individual supply lines appear improvised. What the original state looked like is unclear. The buyer has to put up with buying a vehicle with an incomplete history, without wiring diagrams and conclusive operating instructions.
Tank capacity/fuel type
Length Width Height
empty weight ready to drive/load (test vehicle)
Trailer load (braked/unbraked) Material wall/roof/floor
Lying area rear L x W
Fridge incl. freezer compartment
Fresh/waste water tank
Base Price (2005)*
154 kW (209 hp) at 2700 rpm
750/2000 kg aluminium/GRP/MM-SW
The living area scores with eight seats – but in pink
He has: Space and comfort as otherwise only a holiday apartment. With a vehicle height of 3.63 metres, there is plenty of headroom. Behind the front seats is a fully air-conditioned living area with a whopping eight seats. Pink velor upholstery and a table base made in a shirt-sleeved way show little sense of style and limited attention to detail. The L-shaped kitchen in the middle of the vehicle benefits from the rising roof line. It is spacious and even has an oven.
However, there is a big hole where a 130-liter class refrigerator should actually be. On the other hand, the bathroom area behind it, with its corner shower, ceramic toilet and washstand opposite, has been completely preserved. Why carpet was laid in this area remains one of the previous owner’s many mysteries. In the strangely bare stern berth you can sleep comfortably in a classic double bed.
Only drivers should be instructed by a driving instructor
Vehicle tax (S3, mass 7490 kg)
Spare parts prices**
Brake discs and pads, front
6 tires 215/75 R 17.5