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Van Rebuild.


Hi All,

Thought i would get my act together and post an up date on the old van, since the last post i have re furbished the old windows and installed them but i must say after doing that i now wish that i lashed out and purchased new windows instead of using the old ones not that there's anything wrong with them they just look old. I have been finishing odd jobs on the van you know the little jobs that you will do after and also fitted the four season vents plus the new air conditioner which is a air command sparrow mark 4 which for the size of my van works quite well when the electrician and i fired it up.

There's still a long way to go till i get to use the van but till then i am enjoying putting it back together, i have attached a couple of pictures of the air con and vents and sleeping area which i reckon is going to be absolutely great when out in the bush better than sleeping on the ground in a swag.

Would anyone know where i can get a plastic sponge holder the type you stick to the inside of a door 

Kind Regards

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Once again, the caravan is looking very workable, far better then a swag. Awesome.



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