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Old 01-22-2015, 10:57 AM   #1
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Welcome!
First of all I would like to highlight that our English skills are very poor (usually we use google translator) but our passion for fiberglass is huge.
That's why we would like to invite you mostly to our photo report. We are always willing to help or advise and we will do it the best we can.
I would like to shortly describe you our fiberglass trailer, that we have bought two years ago for 500$ and we have renovated it.
It was in a very bad condition, upholstery was dropping out and furniture was falling apart. There were holes in fiberglass and it was leaking through.






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Old 01-22-2015, 02:23 PM   #2
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I like the size and streamlined shape Paul. There is a lot of potential in your caravan. I am always amazed to see what people can restore. Thanks for sharing your pictures.

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Old 01-22-2015, 08:13 PM   #3
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Your Cadet looks like a great trailer. I'm a 'lurker' on this website and do not currently own an egg but I would like to. Recently I've been searching the internet and looking at some great, small trailers in Europe... some excellent designs. I know Europeans buy vintage American trailers and ship them across the Atlantic. I wonder how much it would cost to do the reverse and have a small trailer shipped from Europe to the USA.
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Old 01-23-2015, 11:08 AM   #4
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Everything has been disassembled, cleaned and the holes have been spackled.
The fiberglass has been painted with a paint for boats and a roller.
The construction itself, undercarriage has been also cleaned, repainted and shock absorbers have been installed.







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Old 01-23-2015, 11:24 AM   #5
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Your Cadet looks like a great trailer. I'm a 'lurker' on this website and do not currently own an egg but I would like to. Recently I've been searching the internet and looking at some great, small trailers in Europe... some excellent designs. I know Europeans buy vintage American trailers and ship them across the Atlantic. I wonder how much it would cost to do the reverse and have a small trailer shipped from Europe to the USA.
Przyczepy kempingowe Niewiadów Plewiska-Poznan 1973 4400 PLN - otoMoto.pl
Przyczepy kempingowe Niewiadów Gielniów 1999 5800 PLN - otoMoto.pl
Przyczepy Niewiadów Dynów 1988 2590 PLN - otoMoto.pl

I don't know the cost of transport
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Old 01-23-2015, 11:28 AM   #6
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You have really done an excellent job overhauling your trailer.
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Old 01-23-2015, 11:41 AM   #7
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WOW.... A very impressive job....
This is my Photobucket menu link, feel free to look at the Caravans and Motorhomes in the menu, to the left side of the link, that I have done for ideas for your own work.
Again... excellent...
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You're doing a good Job Paul. Is the body back on the frame yet? Very interesting.

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Old 01-23-2015, 12:40 PM   #9
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WOW.... A very impressive job....
This is my Photobucket menu link, feel free to look at the Caravans and Motorhomes in the menu, to the left side of the link, that I have done for ideas for your own work.
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Good work, I'm very fascinated
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You're doing a great job. Keep posting pictures from time to time as the project continues.
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I like it!
What do you plan to use for insulation / wall covering?
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WOW Again... It looks as if it is NEW, incredible tasks and results.
I Like your "Low" wheels idea. Is that to get it into the work area.
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Good craftsmanship knows no boundaries. Nice work! What year was your trailer made?

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