In the workshop today: A serving hatch and running lights are being fitted to a 1950’s Safari which is heading up to London for the Street Kitchen team. If you are in London you can find out when and where they’ll be serving their delicious food on their website: streetkitchen.co.uk
This is Terry the American Retro caravans electrician. He has been working for the company since it started and has known Darren for years. Terry does all the electrical jobs on the caravans and really enjoys the work as the Airstreams are something different from the norm. He gets to work with several different types of power supply and he finds the work very interesting.
“You get to do things in these caravans that you don’t do in normal household electrics….my favourite part of the job is when they’re finished and we can switch it all on and see it working.”
Before coming to work at ARC, Terry was in the Royal Navy for 24 years working mainly on helicopters. He is fully qualified to carry out all types of electrical installations in portable commercial or domestic units and is registered with Elexa. His favourite colour is green.
Happy New Year to you all – we’ve enjoyed our festive break but now it’s back to work, we’ve got so many exciting projects on the go at the moment we coudn’t wait to get back in there and get on with it all.
In the workshop today this 70s Safari is being beautifully restored:
…and these new roof hatches are being fitted into a black gloss ceiling: