As well as refitting luxury Airstreams we also regularly complete work for insurance companies who recognise our work as being completed to a very high standard.
This Airstream Motorhome is in the workshop having a new rear curved back panel and side panel after sustaining some damage.
In the ARC workshop today – here is a lovely 1964 Airstream Bambi that has come in for a few repairs.
Meanwhile, this 1970s Airstream Overlander has been getting a new floor laid, ready for a refit.
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 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 here are some pics of a very rare 1947 Airstream we have been working on:
This Airstream Globetrotter is in for some repairs to the original under seat storage:
In the ARC workshop today the floor of this Airstream is rotten by the doorway – a common problem which is easily solved by ripping out the offending rot and replacing it with brand new phenolic plywood. These pictures show the extent of the rot and the work in progress.
In the workshop today the Zilverline Airstream is being repaired and polished. Here you can see the banana wraps being repaired, followed by a good thorough all over polish.
In the ARC workshop today: this Airstream Safari is being transformed into a luxury pool house for one of our clients. The beauty of having a static Airstream in your garden is that they don’t generally need planning permission. In these photos you can see it’s having the insulation and first fix electrics and then being relined with new aluminium which is being riveted into place by our team of Airstream experts.
In the workshop today – this 1952 Airstream Cruiser is getting the ARC treatment. The interior is being stripped out, the floor is coming out, the chassis is being painted and then it is being fitted with new insulation and a new floor as we repair it from the ground up. At the moment it is in a very sorry state so do stay tuned to the blog to see how this project progresses, we just love the original features like the door handles and original Airstream badge.
In the workshop today this lovely Zilverline Overlander Airstream has come in for some work to the original interior and repairs to the bodywork.