(Under construction) 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… Continue reading How to import a GMC Motorhome out of the USA into Europe.
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
Before my new dinner set has arrived I needed a temp. solution for the storage in the kitchen. I combined plastic with glass ware and used Ikea buckets for save storing. It looks already much better then before.
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
Ok the bedroom is kind of small, in fact I used to called it claustrophobic but build very practically with the closet door and bathroom door open its a walk in closet…. The old seats have been removed to be replaced for a permanent bed. There are enough seats upfront (9) and I do not like to make… Continue reading From claustrophobic to Masterbedroom feeling
The OEM hard plastic shell had a good wash and went from yellow-brown to yellow-beige. If we had more time we would have painted it but the end result is very pleasing to the eye. The old mirrors are replaced with a brown version and the frames are spray painted black. The mirrors with holes in them for… Continue reading Bath module