With your normal level of detail in rebuilding applied to this van, similar to that on your other van rebuilds, it will come up fantastic in the end. You guys have the persistence to be able to complete a big job.
As you told me when I bought Deejay from you recently, there's nothing like a tandem for towing.
Combine that with your great find in the Fairlane, you'll be out there having fun in both before you know.
Post by neilncheryl on Apr 25, 2011 19:58:43 GMT 10
Thanks for all the kind words. Well JBJ I don't regard myself anywhere near good but thanks for the support and I will give it a red hot go. I suppose when you restore/repair something yourself you look at what you could have done better rather than how well you have done - well I do anyway.
ATOG, the floor has rotted under the seats and along the sides at the bedroom so I will be replacing all the floor rather than trying to replace sections.
I will be replacing the floor first then repairing the chassis. After that I will "go to market" inside. The fibreglass shell inside and out are quite good thankfully.
No ensuite Ray but will be when I'm finished. Cheers, Neil
1949/50 Rowvan,1952 Trail-a-Home, 1960 Tandem Crestline, 1951 Ford Single Spinner Ute,1960 PAY Vauxhall, 1967 XR Falcon Sedan, 1966 MGB