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  • #106583

    bongomaniac
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    Hi all,great site just what we need.
    I have just taken delivery of a 1996 ford freda 8 seater with pull down blinds and all the usual creature comforts but I decided to make it a bit more friendly for longer trips so thought that i would put some sort of kitchen unit in the back.
    Several years back i had a mazda bongo with the kitchen unit already installed and it was brill but it was also £600 to buy.
    I have been around the net and it appears that the price has practically doubled.
    I personally don’t think that this is a reasonable amount to pay (probably because i’m tight) so I was wondering if anybody out there in camperland had any plans for building a basic kitchen unit to hold a sink and cooker and a couple of cupboards. I don’t need a full cooker, just something to boil a kettle so a single ring camper stove would do,
    cheers,bongomaniac.

    #121886

    Darren
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    Hi
    They are very expensive

    Hi

    They are very expensive for what they are.
    Making one if fairly straightforward, but I don’t know of any plans.

    If you scroll to the bottom of the following page there are some pictures that show examples of such kitchen areas. They are a good place to start making one.
    https://www.campervanlife.com/building/layouts

    You can source a used campervan sink from £10 on eBay, and a used stove for a similar price.

    #121889

    Darren
    Keymaster

    Hi
    They are very expensive

    Hi

    They are very expensive for what they are.
    Making one if fairly straightforward, but I don’t know of any plans.

    If you scroll to the bottom of the following page there are some pictures that show examples of such kitchen areas. They are a good place to start making one.
    https://www.campervanlife.com/building/layouts

    You can source a used campervan sink from £10 on eBay, and a used stove for a similar price.

    #121892

    Darren
    Keymaster

    Hi
    They are very expensive

    Hi

    They are very expensive for what they are.
    Making one if fairly straightforward, but I don’t know of any plans.

    If you scroll to the bottom of the following page there are some pictures that show examples of such kitchen areas. They are a good place to start making one.
    https://www.campervanlife.com/building/layouts

    You can source a used campervan sink from £10 on eBay, and a used stove for a similar price.

    #121891

    mham05
    Participant

    You could try and make your
    You could try and make your own?
    Mine cost me about £120 to make I got the sink from ebay for 5 pounds and the and the stove was also 5 pounds. the rest was made from 2 sheets of 4mm ply and some 20mm square doorstop for a frame.
    You can make it to your spec then.

    #121894

    mham05
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    You could try and make your
    You could try and make your own?
    Mine cost me about £120 to make I got the sink from ebay for 5 pounds and the and the stove was also 5 pounds. the rest was made from 2 sheets of 4mm ply and some 20mm square doorstop for a frame.
    You can make it to your spec then.

    #121897

    mham05
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    You could try and make your
    You could try and make your own?
    Mine cost me about £120 to make I got the sink from ebay for 5 pounds and the and the stove was also 5 pounds. the rest was made from 2 sheets of 4mm ply and some 20mm square doorstop for a frame.
    You can make it to your spec then.

    #121898

    mham05
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    I have been short of a table
    I have been short of a table so I decided to use the cupboard door to save carrying extra stuff.

    #121900

    mham05
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    I have been short of a table
    I have been short of a table so I decided to use the cupboard door to save carrying extra stuff.

    #121904

    mham05
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    I have been short of a table
    I have been short of a table so I decided to use the cupboard door to save carrying extra stuff.

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