A special highlight is the camper expansion, which offers a simple and solid sleeping option. This camping facility consists of a total of three rows of pillars, which form an extremely stable lying surface. In order to offer sufficient storage space, the underside of the extension has been left open.
Vehicle: Renault Kangoo 4x4 2003
After long planning, many conversations with other campers, diligent looking around, visits to trade fairs and high roof combo forum browsing, I managed to get a simple, stable, everyday fit out with a friend of mine who was tailored to my requirements.
A wooden board - that sounds so easy, but it took ages to get it done. But now I have a sturdy two-seater that accompanies me to the beaches and camping.
And now the implementation follows in detail
Preliminary considerations: discarded alternatives. There are a few clever solutions in the high roof combination and MyKangoo forums as well as by professional carpenters , which make the car very flexible as a multi-seater, camper or even both. But in the end I decided to do a permanent renovation. Now I have a two-seater with lots of storage space in the rear part. The ideal solution for me as a single and good weather camper.
Seats out The dismantling of the rear bench seat took place with a little manual skill and a lot of breathing. The bank doesn't take up as much space in the basement as I thought. Well wrapped up in tarpaulin, she is now waiting for her next assignment - you never know.
Wooden frame purely
In Kangoo's sleep mode, the driver's cabin seats are pushed all the way forward and tilted. The foldable board is folded over and finds a hold on the back of the seat.
The space beneath