April 2017 Every RV should have a bar, that is if you like quality and a touch of glamour and yes …. also drinking helps the desire to own one yourself. This project is done and man do I like it. This is our own design – material choice and production. I love the high end… Continue reading Every RV should have a bar.
What should have been 4 days ended up in 1 month before this project was finished. (They had a good reason as the owner had hart issues…..but he is ok now). This company is experienced in USA vehicles and build in our new LPG installation. People living in the USA will think what? LPG is for cooking.. Why… Continue reading LPG Gas build in
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
My husband is a very busy man right now – the summer holiday has started and there is still some things to do besides working on the leaks and the interior before glamping: 2 Weeks ago we took the GMC for a Dutch APK test. Just to make sure we have fulfilled all obligations/regulations for safety before… Continue reading Driving test and RDW test
Since we started the makeover in January – we were guests at the upholstery shop “de Bekledingspecialist” – but after many months it is now time to say goodbye. We were very lucky to find such great people and such a great place to work. To have the coach at home seemed a bit more practical… Continue reading Leaving the shop today
There are a couple of stages in a complete camper renovation. No one really want to know this before they start, and even if you did know, you are still going to run and fall anyway. Here is a bit of our bad days/weeks described for those GMC-ers enthusiasts. Starting with the demolition. In this… Continue reading The naked truth of a first makeover