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    http://youtu.be/LhLINKSMzNc
    I couldn’t not order one of these Rc4wd bodies especially as I got $6 shipping. Retrocosm started his with a pic of a camper and that was me :jawdrop:
    This is with a bit of luck the direction it’ll go

    And here’s some ikea style flat pack assembly

    More soon ::thumpsup::

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    Ford Powered ;)

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    Oooh, this is going to be sweet. ;popcorn;

    Charlie

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    Looks promising. ::thumpsup::

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    Interesting concept and good vid..

    You notice the campers side windows slope in the opposite direction to the regular cab? I wonder if theres a reason for that?.

    You planning a full interior Mark?

    Al..

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    Quite likely ford powered if I can get it to fit.

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    Al murray wrote:
    Interesting concept and good vid..

    You notice the campers side windows slope in the opposite direction to the regular cab? I wonder if theres a reason for that?.

    You planning a full interior Mark?

    Al..

    Full interior and the odd gap fixed.
    My windows go the same way as the pic. Not sure I follow

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    Retrocosm wrote:
    Oooh, this is going to be sweet. ;popcorn;

    Charlie

    Thanks it’s taking shape just trying to make it strong with not to much weight.

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    Retrocosm wrote:
    Oooh, this is going to be sweet. ;popcorn;

    Charlie

    Thanks and I obviously don’t know how to multiquote ::doh::

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    Looking like its gonna be a nice build.

    Back in stock at RC4WD this morning so got my order in too.

    Blazers owners club meeting at Wellington rocks I recon?

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    bill wrote:
    Blazers owners club meeting at Wellington rocks I recon?

    You’re going to need a Jeep recovery vehicle… :whistle:

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    bill wrote:
    Looking like its gonna be a nice build.

    Back in stock at RC4WD this morning so got my order in too.

    Blazers owners club meeting at Wellington rocks I recon?

    Cheers Bill. I’ve been over there a couple of times recently to take pics.

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    mark wrote:
    Al murray wrote:
    Interesting concept and good vid..

    You notice the campers side windows slope in the opposite direction to the regular cab? I wonder if theres a reason for that?.

    You planning a full interior Mark?

    Al..

    Full interior and the odd gap fixed.
    My windows go the same way as the pic. Not sure I follow

    sorry, maybe didnt explain clearly..

    When the Blazer has the back on it over the bed the window slope angle on the sides slope back towards the tailgate slightly, i.e. theyre not pure rectangles.. the camper pic (and your parts) the side windows slope towards the front..
    not a criticism of your work, more an observation..

    Al..

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    I think I get what you mean. I’ve gone off images on Google so hopefully it’ll be alright. No offence taken ::thumpsup::

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    It’s no longer a pile of bits and a day free of everyone and I managed a fair bit.

    That’s the fridge heater and the start of the counter top. Plenty to do on it still.

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