Posts filled under #sprinter

Kitchen / Diner
The table

Kitchen / Diner The table is awesome. It has fold away legs so that it has 5 options. 1. Seen here dining table that is freestanding to allow you in and out but 4 guests can eat! If you swivel the front pair of seats! 2. Coffee table for guests to join you. 3. Section of single bed for 3rd seat in the front (see future post) 4. Folds flat and out the way. 5. Table can be moved outside for picnics! Also the view with the sliding door open... you choose it #diningroom #kitchendiner #sprinterconversion #sprinter #motorhome #vanlife #campervan #camper #eastsussex #dreamy

The touge of Celica racer

The touge of Celica racer I would like to thank everyone who has reposted my pictures. Including but not limited to Mercedes official, Citron official, Nissan Japan official, mass media / tv, publishers, and car enthusiasts. Many requests from people all around the world. My official website is currently under construction, so please look forward to the release! I took all of these photos in Japan. I am crazy about cars, for more than 40 years. I've had more than 500 vehicles, that I shoot and drive. I'll post a few photo stocks to my Instagram. I can't count how many photos I have. Ive driven in most of the car manufacturers from around the world. I love sports cars. Porsche, Ferrari, Lotus etc... Mostly, I own air cooled Porsches from 356 to 993. of course, I've had most of the Japanese cars as well. like a Z, Skyline etc.. If you like my photos, Please share them on your account with my tag and credit. I am happy to see people appreciate Japanese car life all around the world. Please let me know if you have any questions about any car or a photo shoot in Japan. #toyotaae86 #toyota #ae86 #corolla #trueno #levin #drift #toyotafamily #toyotasupra #toyotalife #toyotalove #86 #celica #touge #lovecars #wangan #jdm #jdmgram #jdmcars #jdmculture #jdm #trd #sprinter #gtv #japanesecar #driftcar #carporn #instacars #carphotography #carphotographer

De zomervakantie is alwee

De zomervakantie is alweer bijna afgelopen... moet jij last minute je bed, bureau en kledingkast verhuizen naar je nieuwe studentenkamer... no stress, wij helpen je graag je nieuwe studie stressloos te beginnen, dus zit je net in het vliegtuig naar huis? Vul morgen op je gemak een aanvraag formulier in en bekijk vrijblijvend je mogelijkheden op onze website (link in bio) #eindevandevakantie #backtoschool #studentlife #studentenkamer #verhuisfestival #verhuizen #studentverhuisservice #svs #bed #bank #kast #ontgroening #nieuwestudie #hbo #wo #amsterdam #rotterdam #eindhoven #leiden #utrecht #city #movers #verhuiswagen #mercedes #sprinter #benz #lekkerweernaarhuis

An extract on #sprinter

Sprinter (train), a diesel multiple unit operated by various British train companies since 1984 NS Sprinter (Stadsgewestelijk Materieel), a Dutch electric multiple unit in service since 1975 NS Sprinter Lighttrain, a Dutch electric multiple unit in service since 2009 Sprinter (light rail), a diesel light rail service in California, United States V/Line Sprinter, a diesel multiple unit operated by V/Line in Australia

The first generation (VA Chassis) North American Sprinter was launched in 2001 in the U.S. and was originally branded as a Freightliner. Units sold to the rest of North America were badged as Mercedes-Benz until 2003 when they received Dodge branding. Units in the United States and Canada, but not in Mexico, could be purchased as a Dodge or Freightliner from 2003. The product was launched and supported by DaimlerChrysler Vans LLC, a small division based in Huntersville, North Carolina. Key individuals from DaimlerChrysler Commercial Vehicle Division and Freightliner Trucks were selected to spearhead the effort and made up the bulk of the division. DaimlerChrysler Vans LLC retained sole responsibility for the North American Sprinter market until the sales, service and parts support responsibilities were absorbed by Chrysler Commercial Vehicle Division in 2004. Nearly all of the original staff were retained, though the base of operations shifted from North Carolina to Auburn Hills, Michigan. The remainder of DaimlerChrysler Vans LLC remained active in Huntersville as an engineering, upfitter certification and safety compliance resource in support of the Sprinter. For 2003, DaimlerChrysler introduced a Dodge branded version of the Sprinter to the North American market. It was identical to the Freightliner Trucks version except for minor styling details and badging. Rather than redesign the aging Dodge Ram Van which had used the same basic body and layout since the 1970s and was discontinued in 2003, DaimlerChrysler chose to replace it with the Sprinter. From 2001 until 2006, cargo van versions of the Sprinter were manufactured in Dsseldorf, Germany, partially disassembled and shipped to a facility in Gaffney, South Carolina where they were reassembled. The cargo versions, classified as light trucks, are subject to the 25% chicken tax if imported as a complete unit, which is avoided by the disassembly and subsequent reassembly. Passenger vans were not subject to the same tax classifications and were imported as an assembled unit through Mercedes-Benz in Jacksonville, Florida. The cargo version of this model is re-assembled at a plant in Ladson, South Carolina which was previously used as an American LaFrance factory. Like its predecessor, the passenger version is imported as a complete unit. The previous reassembly facility in Gaffney, South Carolina continues to be used by Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation.