Monday, 19 September 2011

inside/ outside!

Well.. i have been busy,  sadly a little too busy to post, 
     but i do now have an inside, and an outside,    the process has been a long one, as i'm discovering the best way of doing things as i go along,  i do wish there was a manual for this sort of thing... but hey.
   Now i have an inner skin the electrics can start to go in,  then i will close in the shell, 
    While the electrics are happening i'm gonna crack on with various interior parts,  I have made the bed frame, and have just finished the rear bulkhead, which is a frame that also  ties into the seating area and overhead lockers, 

 anyway. pics...

 framing the roof...

 and the rear end...


 details of the joinery..

 roof in.. all panelled
 bed frame, during glue up..
 bulkhead frame, coming together..

 all in,   now with the outer parts of the seating tied into the frame ,

 thats it!   i'm getting there, it is a real pleasure to be finally building interior parts.

1 comment:

  1. Fabulous work. Remarkable Joinery. The wrap around knee brace by the benches will be a great conversation point.

    As far as weight goes, how do you think you will compare to a conventional trailer?

    Billy B