Those of you who have known us over the years and were familiar with our past web site are probably like me, trying to relate what we had in the past to what’s here today. Don’t know about you but the learning curve is a bit more than I wanted to be presented with at this time but the truth is we’ve been lagging behind the ability of the technology for some time. There are new things you can use a web site to do and we want to be involved in all that.
This page will break down into several legs. The term ” restorations ” has to do with pretty much every aspect of what we do bringing a vintage RV to the road and there are many things to consider. We will have our classic “gallery” page showing projects we’ve taken on in the past with pics and verbage explaining the who, what, when and why of that project.
We will also include on this section breakdowns of work we do in the 3 aspects of a restoration: Interior…. Exterior & mechanical. If you own a beautiful coach but it won’t run, you really don’t have much. Likewise if the coach runs like a scalded dog but is uncomfortable to ride in… what have you got so we hope to show you all aspects of what the word “restoration” means.
It’s all still evolving and dang, how do you turn on spell check??? I need that guys! Bear with us while we put our internet life back together. I look at this as a great chance to show all the new things we are doing… stay tuned…
Got spell check handled so maybe I’ll be a bit more understandable on this new site we’re putting together. The last site lasted us 18 years, this one will probably not given the technology but we’ll push it hard waiting for what’s next…. seems preplanned obsolescence is the order of the day…
If you are interested in truly using a vintage RV on the open road, first take a look at some of the coaches we have dealt with. Over the years we have done this there has been so many projects, here are a few to give you ideas. Enjoy, give me a call if you have any questions. Remember this… anything can be done, the trick is building one the way YOU want it.
How to get started on a restoration