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  • in reply to: Amazing 1969 Bay For sale #121106

    mham05
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    Wow lush van. Shame I don’t
    Wow lush van. Shame I don’t have the funds, hope you get what you want fore it.

    in reply to: Amazing 1969 Bay For sale #121108

    mham05
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    Wow lush van. Shame I don’t
    Wow lush van. Shame I don’t have the funds, hope you get what you want fore it.

    in reply to: Amazing 1969 Bay For sale #121110

    mham05
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    Wow lush van. Shame I don’t
    Wow lush van. Shame I don’t have the funds, hope you get what you want fore it.

    in reply to: Tenerife this winter #121249

    mham05
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    great idea.
    Hi Martin good to hear from you again, this is Austin from AD CYCLE repairs Bristol.
    I have done a conversion also allowing me to use my van for work and play during the quiet seasons. I think the idea is great especially with our jobs its seasonal so why not Go someplace warmer?
    Good luck with the conversion and the trip hope all goes well.
    By the way cycle tech looks great.

    in reply to: Tenerife this winter #121246

    mham05
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    great idea.
    Hi Martin good to hear from you again, this is Austin from AD CYCLE repairs Bristol.
    I have done a conversion also allowing me to use my van for work and play during the quiet seasons. I think the idea is great especially with our jobs its seasonal so why not Go someplace warmer?
    Good luck with the conversion and the trip hope all goes well.
    By the way cycle tech looks great.

    in reply to: Tenerife this winter #121243

    mham05
    Participant

    great idea.
    Hi Martin good to hear from you again, this is Austin from AD CYCLE repairs Bristol.
    I have done a conversion also allowing me to use my van for work and play during the quiet seasons. I think the idea is great especially with our jobs its seasonal so why not Go someplace warmer?
    Good luck with the conversion and the trip hope all goes well.
    By the way cycle tech looks great.

    in reply to: camper van kitchen unit #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.

    in reply to: camper van kitchen unit #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.

    in reply to: camper van kitchen unit #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.

    in reply to: camper van kitchen unit #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.

    in reply to: camper van kitchen unit #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.

    in reply to: camper van kitchen unit #121891

    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.

    in reply to: fiamma awning #121826

    mham05
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    The caravanstore awnings are
    The caravanstore awnings are really useful, I had one fitted to my transit a few years ago.
    If your just after a canopy on the cheep i would go for a awning rail fixed to the van and a heavy duty tarpaulin.
    I have used one of these for many years and it served me well.
    All I had to do was use the soewing machine and sew a awning piping to one edge and get 2 poles for the outer supports.

    in reply to: fiamma awning #121823

    mham05
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    The caravanstore awnings are
    The caravanstore awnings are really useful, I had one fitted to my transit a few years ago.
    If your just after a canopy on the cheep i would go for a awning rail fixed to the van and a heavy duty tarpaulin.
    I have used one of these for many years and it served me well.
    All I had to do was use the soewing machine and sew a awning piping to one edge and get 2 poles for the outer supports.

    in reply to: fiamma awning #121819

    mham05
    Participant

    The caravanstore awnings are
    The caravanstore awnings are really useful, I had one fitted to my transit a few years ago.
    If your just after a canopy on the cheep i would go for a awning rail fixed to the van and a heavy duty tarpaulin.
    I have used one of these for many years and it served me well.
    All I had to do was use the soewing machine and sew a awning piping to one edge and get 2 poles for the outer supports.

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