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 – following the structural work last week – the 1953 Airstream Cruiser now has a new phenolic floor: …and here’s an exterior shot of the Airstream Safari which is being transformed into a deluxe pool house, enjoying the spring sunshine:
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…
In the ARC workshop today – this new floor has been screeded ready for our professional team to lay some beautiful Amtico flooring.
Just added to our for sale page today is this vintage 1972 Airstream. This Airstream is a gutted shell, the chassis has been repaired and a new floor has been laid so it is now ready for a refit. Could this be perfect for your own Airstream Project? Why not try and create your own…
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.
Remember this one from the beginning of July? We made a custom cream and black Amtico tiled floor to compliment the cream walls in this 50’s diner inspired Airstream. Well now the kitchen and upholstered seating are in and you can really see that it’s starting to take shape.
Here’s another one of the Airstreams that we are currently working on; a 1964 Overlander. These photos show the lacquer being removed and the effect when it it washed off: Here the interior is being refitted with new aluminium, a new floor and a new water tank: More photos to follow!