Its Time

Comments and questions about commercial and self-built conversions, awnings and the Granvia as a motorcaravan
Staceh
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Its Time

Postby Staceh » 09 Feb 2018, 13:33

Hi All,

Long time lurker here, i've owned the Granvia for about 4 years, and always had plans on turning her into a small camper for me, the wife and the spaniels.

So its time to take the plunge, and I'm here to beg for help, presuming the folks on here have done this before, its there any tips/tricks/suppliers to look out for/use?

Edit, Blog added.

https://gertrudegranvia.blogspot.co.uk/
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PUSHKIN
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Re: Its Time

Postby PUSHKIN » 10 Feb 2018, 22:06

Ours was already done by a company up in Scotland, if you want to come and view/measure/access our conversion then please feel free :-)
Tony - 1999 3.4 V6 4wd Auto Camper located in Chorley Lancashire.

Staceh
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Re: Its Time

Postby Staceh » 13 Feb 2018, 15:37

That's extremely kind if you, thank you!

Staceh
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Re: Its Time

Postby Staceh » 13 Feb 2018, 15:38

I don't suppose I could trouble you for some pictures?

PUSHKIN
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Re: Its Time

Postby PUSHKIN » 14 Feb 2018, 22:35

Pics as requested (hopefully)
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Tony - 1999 3.4 V6 4wd Auto Camper located in Chorley Lancashire.

Staceh
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Re: Its Time

Postby Staceh » 15 Feb 2018, 11:29

That is quite stunning, thank you so much!

I have a question regarding the bed. Is there a 'standard', I need to make sure they are tested to, my kids car seats will be on there from time to time, so i'm a little twitchy about safety, there's lots of frames on Ebay, and I fully intend on having my local MOT station fit and test the belts, but I'd like to make damn sure I get the right thing, they are not cheap.


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