Hi Robertson, The Freedom Express came out in 1976,it had an American windup system that sometimes didn't work in Australian conditions,so some were converted to push up. From memory they had imitation woodblock benches and imitation denim vinyl upholstery. An interesting van for their time,but not many made so not many to see anymore. Hope this helps Cheers hughdeani
Hi All this is Doris my first ever project 😱 So any advice or tips from all you experts would be very helpful and appreciated. I’m so excited I don’t want to be at work 😔 I look forward to chatting to you all and posting my updates 😉 p.s. I think I may have worked out this photo thing my first win 👍🏻
You have attached your enquiry onto an unrelated thread and duplicated it as well on another thread. It would be better to create your own thread on the Member's Photos section and have only one thread on your van that people can follow and help you with.
Post by lakealbertcaravanpark on May 12, 2019 21:50:07 GMT 10
65 Roadmasters is Audrey. Her HD tow vehicle is George 64 Carapark is Ruby Tuesday - Picked up on Tuesday 66 Carapark is Blue Monday- received on a Monday 1960 Bondwood has no name 76 Kombi is Karl Also have a van of unknown which is converted to a bar which is called Albert
Post by lplates2019 on Jul 18, 2019 20:09:52 GMT 10
I called our girl “Rosebud” after my Nana Rose (everyone called her Rosebud) I bought our 1967 Caravelle so I could re-create the many school summer holidays I spent with Nana Rosebud and Grandad as a kid 💞💫