New interior started - 99% completed :-)

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Hi Sarah,

The van is a bit greener than it looks in the photo . It was repainted in it's original colours - Mango [L346] & Sea Gull Grey [L347] we like it 8)

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Can I just ask what colours your bus is....

its lush BTW

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looking great

how did you fix that upper cabinet to the roof ????

screwed it on at the sides ??

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wow Will, didn't realise it was mango..does look beiger than that in photo..

I am considering that beige/coffee colour.....was going velvet green as that was the original colour but the point of me doing this is to make it so i like it...and I don't like velvet green all that much....so no point.

Anyway am loving your interior,

maybe will see you and Kath next year at Vic farm

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:cheers: Yes, see you at VicFarm Sarah :D

These photos show the colour better:

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Just pick a VW Split colour you like 8) I wasn't looking for a Mango van but I love the colour now :glasses7: :toothy7:

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jamtart wrote:wow Will, didn't realise it was mango..does look beiger than that in photo..

I am considering that beige/coffee colour.....was going velvet green as that was the original colour but the point of me doing this is to make it so i like it...and I don't like velvet green all that much....so no point.

Anyway am loving your interior,

maybe will see you and Kath next year at Vic farm

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Hi, Yes it's held by screws into the flat edge where the header fabric ends. You can see the screw holes in this photo:

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markp wrote:looking great

how did you fix that upper cabinet to the roof ????

screwed it on at the sides ??

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Well after doing very little for months I've managed to grab time to make the unit & drawers to fit in the rear load area:

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Still got a bit to do to finish them.
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Fitted but still a little to do :D

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very nice Will , typically a cracking standard as always well done :wink:
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At last I've finished it :cheers: Photos to follow :D
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OK so I grabed a quick few photos and this is how it looks now:

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out standing work will : )
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Cheers Bri :)
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now that looks sweet

well done

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Thats really nice fella,whats the width and depth of your overhead, Ive started at the front, but dont really know how deep to go, sorry to be cheeky, but had a few teething problems with other bits in mine and it would save a lot of messing,cheers ps lovethe bus!
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Thanks :D I'll PM sizes tomorrow :wink:
Marvelwear wrote:Thats really nice fella,whats the width and depth of your overhead, Ive started at the front, but dont really know how deep to go, sorry to be cheeky, but had a few teething problems with other bits in mine and it would save a lot of messing,cheers ps lovethe bus!
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