I thought it might be a nice idea to give you a few BEFORE and AFTER shots of the van’s interior, so you can see how much has already been done…. BEFORE & AFTER BEFORE & AFTER BEFORE & AFTER
The roof looks much better since we attached the new seals and gas struts. Currently though, we only have one clamp (technical term: – an over-centre) holding the roof down. Two clamps arrived from Protex today and I’ll hopefully be fitting these at the weekend. They’re much smaller than the one we already have (see… Read More »Roof Clamps
This is my favourite part of the interior so far (and, in my opinion) the cleverest. We’ve got an old Devon sales brochure (circa late 70s) which depicts the two main Devon conversions – the Moonraker and Sundowner. I’ve thumbnailed a few up for you – check out the best 70s fashions! The main one… Read More »Sundowner Oven
Today I fitted a Devon conversion wardrobe to the van. The Devon conversion parts we are using for the interior were bought second-hand from a VW enthusiast in Doncaster back in November. They were in fairly good condition, although, as in the case of this wardrobe, needed a little tidying up before they were fit… Read More »New wardrobe for interior
Today I finished stripping the interior of the van. Andy’s due back from America in two days’ time and with a ‘clean slate’ we can start building an interior that suits our purposes. Having marked all the electrical wires (I know from past experience that it’s a nightmare trying to remember what wires are for… Read More »Clean slate…
The inside of Squiffy has been virtually ripped out. She only had a poor home-made conversion before and we decided it simply wasn’t good enough to last us all the way to Sydney.