You may remember our fabulous interior photos of Winnie the Winnebago, a project that we finished earlier this year as a location vehicle for a film director.
Well here she is enjoying the sunshine, on location , along with a photo of her interior, just in case you hadn’t seen it before:
In the workshop today: Here you can see the guys hard at work with one of our specialist tools to create the pieces they need for this Airstream project as they curve some metal on the pyramid roller:
In the workshop today: You can see that the Flying Cloud project is just about ready. Here are a few interior shots of this glamorous Airstream:
In the workshop today: this Airstream Overlander is getting an exterior polish.
And here you can see new insulation and wiring being fitted.
In the ARC workshop today, this 1950’s classic Whale Tail Flying Cloud Airstream project is almost ready to go to it’s delighted owner. We’ll be having a photoshoot of the Airstream in the owner’s garden with our expert photographer, Jeremy Phillips: so watch this space for some super glamorous interior shots coming soon!
In the workshop today: the Flying Cloud Airstream project is nearing completion. Here you can see our team working on the interior:
In the workshop today, our client Jane drops in to see how her Airstream project is coming along and is pleased with the progress:
In the ARC workshop today: this Airstream has come in to have a panel replaced after it’s original one was really badly scratched:
Here you can see the deep scratches on the front of the Airstream:
Here the panel has been removed, ready to be replaced with a shiny, scratch-free new one.:
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In the ARC workshop today; the Pool House Airstream is ready to leave the workshop and go to it’s new home, we’ll be having a photo shoot with it once it is in situ.
In the ARC workshop today, we are starting to fit this new seating area into the Whaletail Flying Cloud Airstream:
Meanwhile, Luke is removing the old belly pan from this Airstream, ready to replaced with a new one: