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twocutekelpies
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twocutekelpies
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September 2020

Hi Jason, safe and well here in QLD thankfully. I'm afraid I've been AWOL between work and renovating and will have to catch up posts on here. 珞 I fin ...

twocutekelpies
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January 2020

Thanks for fixing that up Jason. No trip planned just yet, I do have another little caravan in the pipeline ready to have her own rebuild though 

twocutekelpies
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January 2020

For some reason, I'm unable to post any more photos on my original thread so I hope it's ok to put this up with before and current photos of my almost ...

twocutekelpies
Junior Contributor
January 2020

Caravan windows are a readily available item that come complete with seals/perspex/glass/frames/flyscreen and even tint. Logistically, I'd go with buy ...

twocutekelpies
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November 2019

Hi @TaraleeHoaniAs yours is a 70s Millard, the floor was put onto the chassis then the walls built on top so not an easy task to replace the ply. If i ...

twocutekelpies
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September 2019

A little more progress to report. I've made my own blinds and hung the side ones, I still haven't tackled the big front and back windows with the magn ...

twocutekelpies
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September 2019

Hi Rosemary @echopepper18 I don't know of any work shops as such but I know there's quite a few like minded people on facebook. I'm in a few caravan r ...

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Community Manager Jason
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September 2020

Fantastic work @twocutekelpies. I'm sure that lucky couple will have loads of great experiences and make plenty of happy memories with the van. Congra ...

Community Manager Jason
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September 2020

Hi @twocutekelpies, Hope you are staying safe and well. There has been a real spike in interest in caravans this year for obvious reasons. Did you ...

bergs
Super Contributor
January 2020

What great work on something I would have thought impossible, well done!You have more skills than me in that reno. I wouldn't know where to start and ...

gippslandhome
Super Contributor
August 2019

Hi @nuggetnavi after reading the post from @twocutekelpies how could I add anymore . @twocutekelpies what an awesome suggestion and after reading ...

Community Manager Jason
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August 2019

Hi @nuggetnavi, Let me tag experienced caravan renovators @twocutekelpies and @Peggers for you, although I'm sure other handy community members like ...

HandyH
Budding Contributor
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August 2019

Hey @twocutekelpies,I too have discovered the use of the electric knife for cutting foam, works a treat. If anyone is going to have a go I suggest pra ...

nuggetnavi
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Would love to see what other ideas for caravan

Shelby
Junior Contributor
4 replies
August 2019

Wow this is so amazing @twocutekelpies well done and I can't wait to see how it ends up!!

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twocutekelpies
Junior Contributor
1 reply
September 2020

Hi Jason, safe and well here in QLD thankfully. I'm afraid I've been AWOL between work and renovating and will have to catch up posts on here. 珞 I fin ...

twocutekelpies
Junior Contributor
1 reply
January 2020

Thanks for fixing that up Jason. No trip planned just yet, I do have another little caravan in the pipeline ready to have her own rebuild though 

twocutekelpies
Junior Contributor
3 replies
January 2020

For some reason, I'm unable to post any more photos on my original thread so I hope it's ok to put this up with before and current photos of my almost ...

twocutekelpies
Junior Contributor
January 2020

Caravan windows are a readily available item that come complete with seals/perspex/glass/frames/flyscreen and even tint. Logistically, I'd go with buy ...

twocutekelpies
Junior Contributor
November 2019

Hi @TaraleeHoaniAs yours is a 70s Millard, the floor was put onto the chassis then the walls built on top so not an easy task to replace the ply. If i ...

twocutekelpies
Junior Contributor
3 replies
September 2019

A little more progress to report. I've made my own blinds and hung the side ones, I still haven't tackled the big front and back windows with the magn ...

twocutekelpies
Junior Contributor
September 2019

Today I've been having fun with the Permastik magnetic insect screens from Bunnings.

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