Nice van I'm thinking of getting an ldv convoy myself anything I should take into consideration when looking?
Couple of things off the top of my head, doubtless others with LDV experience can think of a few more.
Mine has the 2.5di Transit "banana" engine, so called because the inlet manifold looks like a bunch of bananas over the top of the engine. It has no computerised engine management so owners are freed from the tyranny of the engine light coming on for no apparent reason. Parts are cheap and readily available. Preferable to the later (2002 on) Duratorque engine which is known in the trade for engine management problems.
Rust. Go under with a torch and screwdriver and probe under the wheelarches, sills and rear valance. Look inside at the floor, as it rusts over the chassis rails and may not be obvious from underneath. Check around the seat mountings in the cab. They all seem to leak so expect to see treated rust and repairs.
Check the keys actually lock the doors, I have two lock mechanisms to replace for that reason.
Window winders wear out, make sure windows go all the way up.
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