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:
In the workshop today: this Airstream has come in for some insurance work after sustaining a bit of damage. Our team are trusted by insurance companies to carry out high quality repairs to any damaged Airstream. Here you can see the new, correct grade aluminium panels being fitted to make it as good as new.
In the ARC workshop today: we are fitting these fibre optic lights into the ceiling of this Whaletail Airstream to create a starlight effect.
In the ARC workshop today: this Airstream has had a new gas box fitted.
Here you can see Luke is busy repairing a window on this Airstream:
Meanwhile, our electrician Paul is busy wiring up the Pukka Teas Airstream:
In the workshop today: This is the Pukka Teas promotional Airstream that we are creating ready to go on the road this summer promoting the brand and serving delicious tea.
Here you can see the new aluminium interior being fitted inside the Airstream:
Our professional floor laying team arrive to lay the new health and safety flooring.
As we wave goodbye to project winnebago which is now completed and currently residing on the set of a forthcoming blockbuster movie: we seem to be carving a new niche for restoring vintage motorhomes: and this time we’ve got another extra long lovely Airstream RV.
Here you can see the new project with clear coat removal being applied and the trim removed, ready for polishing.
In the ARC workshop today the sun is shining down on the Airstreams in our yard and we just love the stars on this 1946 Airstream. We’re hoping for clear skies tomorrow morning when we get a solar eclipse here in the UK…
In the workshop today: here are some more snaps of the Winnebago which is almost ready to go to it’s new home as a location vehicle for a film director.
Here you can see the American icon is now looking rather rustic and romany, with copper worktops and fittings in the kitchen, a Belfast sink, plus a copper shower. Everything is panelled with wood – floors, walls and ceilings – and the shower room has a porthole window. This RV is also fitted a wood-burner and large leather sofas that pull out into beds.
Outside it is no longer off-white, but a fab shade of British Racing Green.
In the ARC workshop today: the other motorhome project we are working on, an Airstream 280: is getting a lovely new Amtico floor.
Meanwhile we have made this end cap to fit a new interior for one of our projects.