Here's the whole series of posts describing my conversion of 12 foot, 1960's caravan chassis into a car trailer. It took quite a long time and A LOT more money than I planned on spending but only because I'm no good at buying the cheap option! I forgot to blog quite a bit of the early stages such as all the hours and hours of wire brushing and making the sub-frame but you join us just after the first coat of paint has gone on.
The Intro - A quick look at the layout of the chassis.
The Trailer Takes Shape - Making the sub-frame and rebuilding the suspension.
Got Any Draw? - Re-positioning the draw-bar.
Let's Get Hitched - Reconditioning and refitting the coupling.
Ally Up - The aluminium for the runners has arrived!
Runners On - Starting to fit up the runners.
Back On Track - Little jobs after a quite spell.
Looking Good - Fitting the mudguards and making the brake rods.
Loom For Improvement - Wiring loom and light go on, as well as a some little bits and pieces.
More Finishing Touches - A tidy solution for the brake return springs, mudguards and lights.
Ramping My Style - The troublesome ramps get sorted once and for all.
The Maiden Voyage - Break out the Champers! But will it make it all the way to N Wales? and say hello to Lou's 1977 Vauxhall Viva HC.