What's the car on the left? Do you have a full size photo?
Do you recall what they had stored or for access with the doors and compartments on the wall of the RV?
I'm still timid driving my van. I top out at 50mph, and on these country roads I'm driving about 45. People can overtake if they need to. Besides, this van gets terrible fuel economy. I've yet to experience it in high winds. I really want the internal battens put in sooner rather than later to give me peace of mind about the structural rigidity of the box now that the internal frame is out. Mind you, that internal frame didn't span from edge to edge of walls or floor and ceiling. It just sort of sat in the middle, so I'm not sure it provided that much additional strength to the walls.
Carpenter will begin week commencing 17th April. Body shop can take the van end of this week. Then I just need to finalise the solar plan and get that booked in for early April I reckon.
That was my father's 1970 Ford Maverick which then was turned over to my brother at his in-laws' home (Idaho) . Before that, it was my first 3-speed "three on the tree" manual transmission straight-six car. I kind of liked it. I'm afraid that is likely the only digitized photo I have at the moment of that car. Not really sure if I have any prints of it.
Oh my, that RV had all kinds of nooks and crannies with doors for storage. Almost like any kitchen, with food, cleansers and cooking utensils. It was a serious RV where they could and would camp self-contained for a while from one end of the country to the other.
I've driven the RV a few times at 65mph, although on less than uneven ground it could well....bounce a bit. Nothing to be alarmed at, but enough to rile my folks...lol.
Our Yorkies sure enjoyed riding in it.