Wednesday, 26 September 2012

Update!

Well.. sorry I haven't posted in a while.. As you can probably guess I have been very busy. I don't have much time still and will do some much more detailed writing on the caravan project at a later date, however for now here are some photo's of the trailer in its current state taken by the talented Thomas Lay. The upholstery has been done by Mat Perham of Perham upholstery and is a work of art, also much thanks to Kinsley Byrne who has been working with me on the top grade interior joinery. cheers. Dan.
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13 comments:

  1. Breathtakingly beautiful! I've never seen one made completely of wood. You are a master!

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  2. I love your color scheme!

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  3. Dan,

    Could you send me yr. email address so I can send you info on our next book, Tiny Homes of the Move? When will the trailer be on the road?

    Lloyd Kahn
    Shelter Publications
    lloyd@shelterpub.com

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  4. Very nice! Awesome to see such craftsmanship!

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  5. Any thoughts on a hood for the range, and/or a vent for the space?

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  6. hi there , there is a cooker hood going in.. also tge whole space is vented according to gas regulations..
    because we have built it in the uk there are a lot of regs we have to comply with.. most pretty sensible.. some a tad prescriptive.. cheers. d.

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  7. Welp, found my lifelong dream. Thanks so much for this.

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  8. Wow, there are so many wonderfully talented people in the world and you are one of them

    Fraser

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  9. Wow thats truely beautiful.

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  10. lovely work , bet you need a tractor unit to tow it! LOL

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  11. Amazing build, a trailer that is more like a piece of fine furniture....
    yours makes me wanna start over with my build !!

    Jerry


    http://overthetopcargotrailer.blogspot.com/

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