A quick look around the workshop this week and here are some of the projects that we are working on: This Airstream has been fitted with serving hatches and is all ready to be kitted out as an Airstream catering unit: And this super-long Airstream is being transformed into a comfortable and homely space for…
In the workshop today – we’re working on another exciting new vintage Airstream restoration project. This 1961 Airstream is being completely refitted and we are installing a large serving hatch which is being cut into the side.
The recently finished Apollo 70 Airstream Bar has been fitted with coloured mood lights and a twinkling ‘starry ceiling’ plus colour changing lights around the outside of the serving hatch. These lights create different moods for different events and also look spectacular as they reflect off of the highly polished interior and exterior of the…
In the workshop today – a bespoke serving hatch is being fitted to this Airstream
Here’s Darren using a specialist tool to manufacture new ribs for a serving hatch.
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
In the workshop today: this large serving hatch is being fitted to a catering Airstream
In the workshop today – a large serving hatch is being cut into this Airstream which is going to be turned into a café, serving fantastic food on the streets of London.
Here’s a couple of pics of ‘Cafe Airstream’ – now finished and signwritten and ready to work. The Airstream’s owners Dom and Alan recently won several prizes at the Great Taste Awards with their Cheese Cake, Buxton Pudding and Bara Birth. They are now in the process of setting up a website and you can…
In the workshop today: Another serving hatch is fitted for a client. The quality of workmanship and attention to detail that we achieve in the workshop means that the streamline shape of the Airstream is not affected by the hatch.