In the workshop today, our client Jane drops in to see how her Airstream project is coming along and is pleased with the progress:
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.:
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 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 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 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.
In the workshop today – this wonderfully curvy vintage 1953 Flying Cloud Whaletail Airstream is getting a polish:
In the ARC workshop today – as regular blog readers will probably know – we’re currently working on two motorhomes – a Winnebago style vehicle and an Airstream 280 motorhome. Here you can see how the curved wooden roof of the Winnebago is starting to take shape:
And here the Airstream motorhome is getting a new floor:
Keep your eye on the blog to see how these two glamorous projects progress over the coming months….
In the workshop today. We’re renovating the exterior on this vintage Airstream which is another new luxury restoration project for 2015:
Meanwhile the Winnebago is being fitted with a new aluminium roof: