When do you depart?
We could not stand this question anymore. We had no answer. Not anymore. Our departure date had already been postponed several times.
Panta Rhei - Everything flows!
Our vehicle has two water sources. Neither of them is inside the vehicle.
More than just a piece of fabric - Shower curtain and awning
What does a shower curtain and an awning have in common? Normally not too much. In our case, our awning is also our shower curtain and vice versa.
Troublemaker pop-up top
Of all things in and on our vehicle, the pop-up roof strained our nerves the most. We lost sleep over it. In the course of the modification of the car, we left no stone unturned to mitigate the situation a bit.
A new tail for easy entry and exit
The genesis of the device on the rear of the vehicle is a typical "one thing leads to another" story. Initally, there was just the wish to get in and out easily.
A perfect spot for the traction boards
Where to put them? The first question we asked ourselves after we had decided to take a pair of traction boards with us.
Sewing the textiles for our adventuremobile was a welcomed alternative to all the grinding, hammering and screwing.
The black pipe- our water tank
The obvious black pipe, which runs from the front to the rear of our adventure mobile, causes a lot of questions from outside observers.
A baby bathtub, but no baby on board?
In the course of rebuilding the car, we also transformed an initially useless compartment into a unique asset. Nickname included.