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Re: Camper trailer kitchen

Postby jollyroger » Sun Jul 20, 2008 9:32 pm

Redback!

Wish I could make something like that. It's brilliant. I wouldn't know where to start
nice job :+
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Re: Camper trailer kitchen

Postby CCC » Fri Jul 25, 2008 7:34 pm

THATS MAD !!!! :+ :+ :+ :+
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Re: Camper trailer kitchen

Postby Redback » Tue Jul 29, 2008 3:41 pm

jollyroger wrote:Redback!

Wish I could make something like that. It's brilliant. I wouldn't know where to start
nice job :+


Thanks guys, it's 4yrs old now and still going, trust me it gets a hiding in the camper and is well used.

As for making it, it's easy really, look at it this way, you make a box, then you make a lid, then put a devider in the box and then another devider till you have a box full of shelves, turn that box on it's side and you have a kitchen, then cut the lid in half and you have kitchen doors ::)

It's a rectangle box, if you can make a box, you can make a kitchen :mrgreen:

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