Exterior - bodywork preperations - painting

Exterior Paint steps (not final)

  Although we are still somewhere in this project. Here are the steps we are taking to get to the desired end result …..eventually.  Step 1: Remove all removable item -24 hours- 7 Roof vent/ac covers. All Cat eye lights – 2 raindrip rails – 1 doordriprail – 1 awning – window rubbers – 1 door and… Continue reading Exterior Paint steps (not final)

Before · Bunk bed and rear bed · Cockpit · Decorating · Headliner · Home bar · kitchen · Led Lightning · Original cabinets makeover · Original kitchen makeover · Storage · Upholstery

Before – after pictures

Personally I love before and after pictures in makeover stories. It gives you in one blink of an eye the “What” (what has changed) without having to read the why and the how of the makeover artist. In other words without the BS……                     .  … Continue reading Before – after pictures

Before · Export and insurance USA

How to import a GMC Motorhome out of the USA into Europe.

People always asking how we did it. In this article you can find the thought progress and  knowledge and experience we have gained. There might be many more ways to do it but this is just the way we did it. Reading this could save you a lot of time and energy. For sure it is… Continue reading How to import a GMC Motorhome out of the USA into Europe.

Before · Exterior - bodywork preperations - painting

Exterior paint update test color

Initially we hoped that buffing out the OEM paint would be enough but it looks to tired overall and in some places it even start peeling off. For those looking for advise I can only tell you to start with the exterior instead of the other way around. We have added already meters and meters of sealant which… Continue reading Exterior paint update test color

Headliner · Installations · Wiring and electrical installation

Electricity – the most frustrating part

The one thing we both are uncertain off is the electricity. We have so much going on here due to the USA – Europe conversion that we can not figure it out. 110 Volt: New waterpump, new waterheater, new Norcold fridge,  and new Dometic airco. 12 volt: New and existing lightning, new max air vents, new bathroom… Continue reading Electricity – the most frustrating part