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[WTT] Campal Bootjump for sale
I am sadly selling this high-quality bootjump as I have had to change cars due to a change in family circumstance. I am advertising here before selling on facebook marketplace. I'm looking for £850 for the unit.

Designed by Campal, and very similar to the ‘Amdro’ boot jump, this bootjump is a very clever solution to turning a Citroen Berlingo (mark 2: 2008-2018) into a micro-camper. The company’s website, with full details, can be found here The model I am selling is an earlier version of the ‘Campal Vacation’, which I bought for £1400 in 2018 and which now retail for £1980 new. Campal have advised that their units which fit Mark 2 Berlingos will also fi any new Berligo, Peugoet Partner, Rifter and Toyota ProAce City Verso (although, I've obviously not been able to test it out in anything other than my mark 2 Berlingo).

The unit sits in the boot of the car, without any modifications required to the vehicle and still allowing 5 passengers to travel in the car. By folding down the back seats of the car, the unit expands to create a seating unit with or without table. There are two pull out drawers with plenty of storage and space for a single camping stove. (I am happy to include the campinggaz stove and the windbreaker in the sale) . The table can then be dropped down to create a double bed set-up. The photos show the various set-ups that can be created from this single unit.

Due to UK lockdowns,I have only used the unit for 3 short camping trips in total. As you can see from the photos, the wooden unit is in excellent, as-new condition, apart from a small mark inside one of the drawers (as shown in pictures). The cushions are also in very good condition and the covers have been washed prior to sale (all covers are removable). Please note that there is some minor rusting to the metal sliders and this has made one of the drawers stiff to open (the drawer that stores the campingaz stove). As you can see in the photos, all drawers and components do open fully.  I am sure that some grease/WD40 would help this operate more smoothly, or alternatively it may be possible to replace the metal drawer runner. I have included pictures of the rusted components.

 I hope this bootjump can go to a good home and will bring new adventures to its new owners.

Happy to answer any questions and can send more photos on request.


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