First, I would like to thank everyone who attended the Skype talk we had at the Coos Bay Western States rally yesterday……. I had a great time and for many being your “first” I hope there was something in it for ya.
Actually, yesterday’s talk was about “restoration techniques” but the main subject pulled in 10 minutes after the end of the talk. Not his fault, sometimes things don’t time out as you would like but I wanted to introduce a new idea I think to the restoration of our coaches. We’ve been working with a company who vacuum forms interior panels for one of the largest RV manufacturers trying to produce an interior for the GMC that looks as new as todays RV’s….. not square but good looking AND built with new structural designs.
So today at 12:30 my time, we have another Skype talk supposedly only about the new full sized front slider windows we’ve come up with But now I’ll also talk about yesterday’s big deal…. Our vacuum form wall panels are back for Willie & Nancy’s interior. I want to talk fast about the neat windows but also show the bundle of joy that came in yesterday afternoon…….. behold A computer sized, vacuum formed main bathroom wall panel…. I dare say a whole pile uv m! “Looks Good Orvil, lets see if she will fly….”
Today, we’ll do 30 minutes on how their coach will be outfitted with this first attempt at a new wall construction..
and we’ll talk about how this stack of panels will go together to make an all new custom built, production styled GMC interior built with new, non VOT, plastic coated Luan construction. Could be very cool! We’re also having come in the infrastructure components… furnace, marine water heater, maserator, dash radio… very cool and the list will go on as the UPS man arrives. This will be a fun day so stay tuned.
We hope to try and record the talk to our YouTube site so stay tuned… I’ll do some stills too…..
We’re taking the first load of suspension pasts for the powder coating process We have fitted the new Dual disc brake, reaction arm 2 wheel E brake system. Now we have it completely apart with the pieces/parts ready for the powder coating process .