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Name and age Robin Blondeel - 27 Miet Lassuyt - 22 Hometown Ghent - Belgium When did you start your travels? August 28th 2011
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Notice: Movember 2012 Prostate Cancer UK needs your help. Please donate on my JustGiving page, Mr Murphy's Mo or just donate straight to them. Whilst adding the above notice, please donate, I discovered that some pictures were missing so I have just added the pictures back onto the page but there are no captions as yet. Any questions ask in the comments. Kelly bought Rory (a VW transporter T28 84bhp in white) at the start of July 2011, we had both very busy with work, moving house and doing assessments so buying a van had dropped on the priority list. Suddenly we had 20days to find buy and convert a van ready for 4 weeks holiday.
140 Amp Heavy Duty Split Charging System, VW T4 T5 xtreme van - for all your xtremevan conversion needsHigh Power Distribution Unit for the living quarters of a campervan / day van or surf bus which incorporates a split charging circuit, ensuring that your leisure battery is kept charged whilst fusing all relevant appliances. This is a voltage sensing system that requires no connection to the vehicle’s alternator; simply just connect to the vehicle battery. Below is an example showing how the split charging unit can be incorporated and used within a vehicle. Contained in a very neat box measuring just 19cm (L) x 11cm (W) x 9cm (D) with the provision for 11 fused outputs, one of which is particularly suitable for high drain applications of up to 100 Amps, such as I.C.E Amplifiers via an externally mounted strip fuse assembly.
My Bohemian friend Andrina owns what is humorously known as a plastic Tupperware container on wheels. Or a Wheely Bin. It's true that you won't see many here, in fact this is the first time one has ever featured on this blog. Perhaps it won't be the last. From the outside, it's the same as the conventional ubiquitous recreational vehicle we see in many countries around the world.
Often people are amazed when they step foot into our bus. They can’t believe we did it in a year. They can’t believe most of our materials were from the local landfill. They can’t believe we lived in a three-walled structure while we built. They can’t believe it all.
Smith and Deakin , good quality,strong fibreglass wings and bonnets for early transits and other early cars etc.Have had good reports from customers. Hadrian. No Mk1 wings but sills,arches and suspension repair plates etc for transits.Helped with my Mercedes van queries and supplied repair sections for the door steps on my transit. .
“The Split VW Splitty” by The Seedling Leaf Icon Art This is the time of year when most people with an urge for movement get on the road, for the temporary summer travels. I’ve got some stuff which I reckon is pretty useful for the more serious surfsk8 explorer, who is looking for a full time van lifestyle. I have’nt come across a gypsy surfer yet but there must be a few amongst the estimated 10,000 gypsy travellers. Likewise of the estimated 3,000 “new travellers” I don’t know anyone who has said they travel with surfing in mind.
<a href="http://ad.doubleclick.net/jump/Inhabitat/transportation;article=articlename;kw=content1;sz=300x250;ord=123456789?" target="_blank" ><img src="http://ad.doubleclick.net/ad/Inhabitat/transportation;article=articlename;kw=content1;sz=300x250;ord=123456789?" border="0" alt="" /></a> Nelson, who is originally from Southern California, studied painting and drawing at both Bard and CCA. His work draws upon his love of surfing, the beach and experiences he had as a child helping his father do projects around the house. Rather than building things completely from scratch, Nelson enjoys the challenge of transforming things because of the resulting creativity found through restricted design limitations.
The first thing you need for a road trip is a good vehicle. We used Bertha , our 2000 Ford E-150 van - a somewhat reliable automobile. We decided to keep one bench seat (so she could still carry up to 5 people) and remove the last row of seats to give us more room for the bed. Measure the space you have available in the vehicle for the bed and make careful notes about any obstructions including the wheel wells, seat mounting brackets, etc. If you already have storage bins, measure their height and width. You really don't want to build the raised bed and then find out your stuff won't fit under it!
All of the walls and ceiling are going to be lined with ply wood and then hopefully carpet will be stuck to all of the exposed areas, apart from the kitchen splash back. The floor is 18mm ply - some of it is from the original fitting. Still some of the trim to be done but that will done near the end after all the other bits of wood have been dragged in and out . I'm keeping the original bit of chequer plate.