Category Archives: Interior

I’ve Got The Power

Electrics and plumbing were on the cards this weekend. I got the leisure battery fitted and connected. Then 2nd fixed the 240v power and the 12v lighting. I need to alter the labeling on the 12v fuse and switch panel, … Continue reading

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It Started With A List

Wrote up what was needed to complete the build on a white board in the garage. Quite a few bits left to get on with. On Saturday I started on the temporary kitchen worktop. I had some Formica covered marine … Continue reading

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Biscuits And Glue

Started the day mucking out the garage. Then onto the bit I’d been looking forward to.  Building the cabinets. I’ve not used any screws or nails.  Just biscuits and glue.  Nice and easy to use and makes strong joints. First … Continue reading

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And So It Continues.

Had a good weekend working on the van. Saturday:  Got the last of the wiring installed and then fitted the lined ply sheets to the walls. Then made a start on the floor. Sunday:  Spent all day getting the Nora … Continue reading

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Change Of Plan.

I was going to carpet all of the back of the van, covering up all the the blue. Tried a test piece and it was a nightmare to do and would have looked like a bodge. So spent the weekend … Continue reading

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Floor Panel And A 1st Attempt At Carpeting

On Sunday I had a go at re-covering the side panels. The old grey carpet was a pain to get off but the new carpet went on easily. The Kingspan insulation got fitted and gaps filled with expanding foam. Then … Continue reading

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Stripping Continues

Early Saturday start on stripping it out. The grey carpeting was good quality but not the colour I wanted so it needed ripping out. The ply panels came off easily. Dumped in the garage for re-covering. Theres no insulation behind … Continue reading

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Ripping Out

The first job was to take the second row of seats out as these weren’t needed for the conversion. I stuck them on ebay for £100 and they sold within a day which was unexpected. With the seats out I … Continue reading

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