Lurpys Van

Danny

Administrator
#37
Being organised is key to an easier life.... so I am told...
 

Andy g

Well-Known Member
#39
Fook me, never seen you click a thread so fast.

Long story short, was going to buy a new van this month. Likely a transit custom. During my long xmas break I was rather board, had some wood laying about so decided to see what I can do with the stop gap.. a lwb high roof connect. Might just keep this one now.

Despite this van being an old one, it’s in surprisingly good condition. So I’ve ply lined it so it remains dent free. Made a false floor for 6x3 boards, made it strong enough to take the weight of bags of plaster on top.

Knocked up a bulkhead etc. Just a quick job with scraps of wood so nothing fancy but it’s solid. Just need to clean me speedskims, finish cleaning buckets then im ready to go on Tuesday..

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Love your dust sheets
 

Andy g

Well-Known Member
#40
Fook me, never seen you click a thread so fast.

Long story short, was going to buy a new van this month. Likely a transit custom. During my long xmas break I was rather board, had some wood laying about so decided to see what I can do with the stop gap.. a lwb high roof connect. Might just keep this one now.

Despite this van being an old one, it’s in surprisingly good condition. So I’ve ply lined it so it remains dent free. Made a false floor for 6x3 boards, made it strong enough to take the weight of bags of plaster on top.

Knocked up a bulkhead etc. Just a quick job with scraps of wood so nothing fancy but it’s solid. Just need to clean me speedskims, finish cleaning buckets then im ready to go on Tuesday..

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When you scrap this van can andyg have it
 
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