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  • #118808

    Darren
    Keymaster

    Great stuff. Always good to
    Great stuff. Always good to get electrics installed and working.

    #118805

    ofb
    Participant

    destruction time
    Thought I’d pop a few photos up of the 1991 Bailey 2 berth [ before and after ]I got for parts ….I used the door, side windows,oven/grill/rings ,sink, loo , foam seating cupboard doors etc

    Just in the final stages of full dismantling

    #118806

    ofb
    Participant

    destruction time
    Thought I’d pop a few photos up of the 1991 Bailey 2 berth [ before and after ]I got for parts ….I used the door, side windows,oven/grill/rings ,sink, loo , foam seating cupboard doors etc

    Just in the final stages of full dismantling

    #118814

    ofb
    Participant

    destruction time
    Thought I’d pop a few photos up of the 1991 Bailey 2 berth [ before and after ]I got for parts ….I used the door, side windows,oven/grill/rings ,sink, loo , foam seating cupboard doors etc

    Just in the final stages of full dismantling

    #118810

    ofb
    Participant

    more progress
    managed to finish off the main bed / seating area today , based it on the caravans concept and used to pull out slat system

    #118812

    ofb
    Participant

    more progress
    managed to finish off the main bed / seating area today , based it on the caravans concept and used to pull out slat system

    #118820

    ofb
    Participant

    more progress
    managed to finish off the main bed / seating area today , based it on the caravans concept and used to pull out slat system

    #118816

    Darren
    Keymaster

    Looks great. Mine is very
    Looks great. Mine is very similar but I use the dining table to fill the gap. I am tempted to try something like this, as it would prevent having to swing the table around, but alas it would be another thing to store. Looks great, well done πŸ™‚

    #118818

    Darren
    Keymaster

    Looks great. Mine is very
    Looks great. Mine is very similar but I use the dining table to fill the gap. I am tempted to try something like this, as it would prevent having to swing the table around, but alas it would be another thing to store. Looks great, well done πŸ™‚

    #118826

    Darren
    Keymaster

    Looks great. Mine is very
    Looks great. Mine is very similar but I use the dining table to fill the gap. I am tempted to try something like this, as it would prevent having to swing the table around, but alas it would be another thing to store. Looks great, well done πŸ™‚

    #118822

    Darren
    Keymaster

    Wow, that is good recycling.
    Wow, that is good recycling.

    #118824

    Darren
    Keymaster

    Wow, that is good recycling.
    Wow, that is good recycling.

    #118832

    Darren
    Keymaster

    Wow, that is good recycling.
    Wow, that is good recycling.

    #118828

    ofb
    Participant

    Table
    Yeh…I’m thinking just fold mine down and let it sit on the floor under the slats for the night , then up during the day [ its the fold down type ]

    as for storing it ….think it fits in the loo on the back wall with its stow brackets from the caravan

    #118830

    ofb
    Participant

    Table
    Yeh…I’m thinking just fold mine down and let it sit on the floor under the slats for the night , then up during the day [ its the fold down type ]

    as for storing it ….think it fits in the loo on the back wall with its stow brackets from the caravan

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