Somethings on the previous post . Notice on the seat back a board this is to level the bed and is attached to the seat . The yellow webbing is to pull the platform open and of course the potty in position . The next group of pictures will show the kitchen operation and storage . This unit works very well with a tailgate tent or a pop up . this is the final posting on the boot jump camper van I still have the boot jump and the total cost was on budget at $980 CDN.…Continue
October 10-11 will be camping in Carrollton Ohio at the Algonquin mill festival. It's down in the valley.
saw mill, old tractors, lots of good food. google it
On the previous post you saw the simple framing system , the building of half the boot jump as I wanted it to be able to use as a single or a double and a by product of getting older is getting weaker so 2 pieces it will be . You can see the bed platform hinged out and the plywood has been quickly sanded and clear coated to prevent staining and slivers . The next pictures will show the next section which is storage and you will notice the open back where the potty is stored. A picture of…Continue
It seems this will take a few posts as I learn the blog system. Pulling the van home the first thing was to double check the fuel system and change the fuel pump .I had never changed an electric fuel pump prior to this , bought a used repair manual and did it . Once running I inspected the complete vehicle to see if it would be the one ,and it was . A very thorough cleaning was next in and out afterwards it started looking…Continue
This post will relive a project of making a camper van for under $1000. As with all of my projects the intent is to show you can do it and not brake the bank. The first requirement is to find a vehicle worthy of the effort . I look for a privately owned vehicle with maintenance records requiring a repair . The vehicle I found was a 1995 dodge caravan, only 2 owners and both used the same repair shop and they showed me all the repairs and maintenance since new . The seller couldn't get it to…Continue
It seems as I get older it becomes more important to do many projects because I want to there are no has to's just because I feel like it . I hope to bring some of these projects out in this forum Blog. Seven Years ago I was very ill and to keep occupied I built a small travel trailer. At first I could only work a few minutes at a time but slowly I became stronger worked more and healed myself. I finished the trailer ,and later burnt it as it was a pile of junk. But I built 8 more only…Continue
Finally - after shoveling out sand and crap from the desert...my rescued 1959 Kencraft TT will be moving into town for some real help...my auto mechanic pals are letting me put her in the back lot where we can have easier access to tools, supplies and guys who tinker!
I have yet to sell my camperized 1994 Classic Chevy Van - lovingly refered to as Vantucket. If anyone is interested im lowering the price to $2600..she needs to be on the road and is ready to rock n roll!
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Can anyone help me locate 2 front side windows with frames.
I'm restoring a 1972 Open Road Westchester trailer. Any info on where to get any info or any parts would be appreciated. This manufacturer seems to have disappeared around 1975.
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I have a 1977 Airstream motor home based on a Chevy P 30 chassis with all four wheel disc barkes. I need a master cylinder gasket. Its not the same gasket or master cylinder typically used on a rear drum set up, Its much larger. the gasket has Bendix 2228633 stamped on it. It measures 6 inches long by 4 inches wide. Very large master cylinder fluid tanks. I can not find it at any big box auto parts stores. Does anyone here have one or a source ?