I love that look but living up in scotland the chunky tyres make way more sense also too many pot holes here to go as low as id want to!Going to be one good looking van in the end! Looking forward to seeing it!
Im on the opposite side of the spectrum, I want to go lowered, big alloys and tarty front splitter😂
Did you see transporter HQs latest YouTube vid? New AT wheels on an air bagged van - weirdly kinda like it.I would like to be low but with AT's, reckon that would look proper aggressive although would be absolutely pointless other than looks.
If you're any good at design, I'd lean to designing your own mandalorian snowboarding, only needs to be a silhouette.
No not seen that, will go have a butchersDid you see transporter HQs latest YouTube vid? New AT wheels on an air bagged van - weirdly kinda like it.
I could design something i reckon need to find a way to print it to vinyl local maker space is closed
Looks nice - did you carpet the ply and then fix it on - hence seeing the black studs - that approach is what I am thinking as it allows the sides to be removed easier that way.
that’s exactly what I did.Looks nice - did you carpet the ply and then fix it on - hence seeing the black studs - that approach is what I am thinking as it allows the sides to be removed easier that way.
Is it better to carpet the complete side and cover everything, or have it so that the boards/panels can be removed "just in case"?that’s exactly what I did.
Want to carpet the sides once pop top is fitted to do in on piece.
until then I have carpeted the large rear panels. Will do the rest with offcuts from twin door apertures.
I used 6mm ply lining and these screw in clips as I felt the offered a better pull to conform the panels to shape.
These fixings are suitable for fitting all carpet lined panels to include: Side Panels Side and Rear Doors Roof Lining The screws are 25mm long and suitable for thicker carpet lined panels. The fixings can be used with all carpet lining projects for vans and campervans. When fitted to a VW T5...www.gallantuk.com