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Stealth 110 van camper

Discussion in 'Defender 90 / 110 / 130' started by rjj, Sep 13, 2008.

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  1. rjj

    rjj New Member

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    Here's the first step of my stealth camper project. The bed is supported by the dash, a DIY cubby box , the bulkhead and the sills between the body and hardtop.



    All folds out of the way so can still be used as a van.

    Next some blinds.
     

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    Good ter see yer got the beeatch fixed on the rack. :D

    Now, how abart a ducking stool fixed ter yer bumper?
     
  4. rjj

    rjj New Member

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    ducking stool? well a google then wikepida search has elightend me. Think I'll go for a deck chair on the bonnet.
     
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    Shifty1962 Well-Known Member

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    My front seats have head rests so could not do this in my 90.
    Good idea though and much more comfortable than trying to sleep in the drivers seat or curled up in the back.
    Spent many a night in my Landy when my missus has a sense of humour failure (normaly after a session in the pub) and locks me out.
     
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    slob Well-Known Member

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    int that windscreen a driving hazzard?

    look at the kak on it ffs
     
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    Ye could've just put the boards across the wheel boxes, plenty of room;) :D

    [​IMG]
     
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    Trewey Cockernee, Pasty munchin bastid.

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    fer a short arse!
     
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    is that a 90 ur snoozin in or a 110 buster??
     
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    It's a 110 rafa... and that's no me:eek: ;) :D
     
  11. rjj

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    Yeah I have to remove the driver's side head rest but I wanted it to do it this way so I can have a couple of full height lockers at the rear and the stove on the back door.
     
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    It's no ma fault:eek: :D :D
     
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    aye was gonna say!!
     
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    Ahm jest glad them feet weren't eeva side of the poor fekin pooch! :eek:
     
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    So ah'm ah! Ah'd be spittin' dog hairs oot fur a week!!!;) ;) :D
     
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    hi what is the stuff you have inside that is black for the roof lining?
     
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    Buster, which poor bastard get's the bottom bunk? :D
     
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    Anyone else got any ideas for how to do this...but to a 110 CSW?

    I want something I can put in and take out for weekends away, etc...
     
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