self build transit

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  1. norrie14

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    hi been finished for a bit but you keep adding inside was
    baily caravan
     

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    some inside photos
     

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    Looks a cracking job:thumb:. We have a few selfbuilders on here. JJ being one that springs to mind immediately. Am sure he will be along shortly with his appraisal.
     
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    Looks excellent on the inside... a good job done...


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    It is too Red for me on the outside... I don't like Red... :Rofl1:


    JJ :Cool:
     
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    Nice job :thumb:
     
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    Looking good
     
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    Nice job, where did you get the mosiac stuff on the kitchen wall? :thumb:
     
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    Looking good, Now did you re-use lockers and work surfaces from a caravan? Or are you an ace cabinet maker?
     
  10. Terry

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    Hi Norrie,nicer than a lot of self builds :thumb: but for me you have commited the big sin of blocking the front fom the back :Smile:
    terry
     
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    hi I would have liked to put two swivel seats but needed the 3 belted seats
     
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    all the lockers work surfaces were from the caravan just had to
    reduce the lockers as were to big
     
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    Nice van, can't fault it :thumb:
     
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    Well done our your self build, looks a great job. Is it just a single bed or does the sofa convert to

    Pat
     
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    nice work looking good . as said a bit to red for my taste .:thumb: stan
     
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    hi the sofa converts to double bed
     
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