In the ARC workshop today: this Airstream has come in for repairs. Here the damaged panels have been removed and the new panels are fitted ready for a polish. We regularly complete insurance work for Airstream owners and are trusted to complete this work to a high standard by many insurance companies.
Meanwhile, elsewhere in the workshop, this Airstream interior is being lined with textured silver flecked wall paper – what do you think?
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 workshop today – this damaged Airstream has come in for some repairs. A new panel is being fitted in accordance with the owners insurance policy.
The rot in the floor is a very common problem in Vintage Airstreams, which is why we always pull up the old floor and start with repairing and painting the chassis.
This photo shows the state that some window frames are in before we start working on them.
Here a new panel and new original window are being fitted to an Airstream Overlander Whaletail. Above is a before picture – and below is the after.
The workshop now has a phone number so that customers can check whether a vintage part is in stock:
ARC Airstream workshop: 01823 254242
We are also in the process of setting up an online shop selling vintage parts and exclusive Airstream accessories.
Here at ARC we have a new dent removal system. Here you can see Will (above) stretching out the Aluminium before completing the rest of the process.
An original panel is removed before a new one is fitted.
Remember this insurance job that came in a few months ago?
It was a 31ft Airstream Sovereign that had been involved in a bad smash. Well here’s a few pics of the repair job undertaken at American Retro Caravans: