Discussion in 'Restorations' started by PIE, Mar 9, 2015.
Yep, that's the one.
Not sure on the size and I'm stuck in the office all day.
I made an ally cap and Self tappered, CT1'd it stuffed the insulation back in, I was going to line it with modern 1" insulated plastic covered board but with the amount of time it stayed on with the battery it is up there with a weico off the shelf fridge Im glad i kept the capacity, I could always do it in the future if I want.
it would need to be a bigger box unless you bend the plate and it would still be tight, the one I used is 65 litres give or take, the fridge stuff is good to 80 litres
Took her out to test the finished item, everything went as it should which was great.
Looks amazing in side and out. Well done worth all the effort.
nice van and good fridge setup
i made fridge for my teardrop two year ago
those are very good kits and work like charm
some pics here
and some there
made some job of that the seats are claaaaasssss
Great custom fridge!!
Just perfect bus, love it
Love this. You need some “period” camping chairs to go with it.
Your right the Shakespear 1980s carp fishing chairs just dont cut it!
I’ve got some proper retro wooden folding deck chairs - they look great but they take up loads of room so I hardly ever use them.
I’m prob going to make something with a nice compact folding frame but put some og westy fabric on it.
You cant beat a bit of Brazilian Leather!
What a stunning result ... you must be very pleased !!!
I am happy with it thanks, I did think of part exchanging it for a later split or 356/912 project as in Feb and March I will be bored and have nothing to do!!
Scratch that, I decided to give the bay a going over and between other things it kept me going
After being cut deep by being told that it looked like I had run over a wheelbarrow I spent a couple of hours I will never get back giving it the original 1200 look
Two outings, not a bad result
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