Beast

Beast

Sunday, August 2, 2015

A small update

After a few weeks of working in thousand degree workshop over at Line-X of Plano, the beast got a facelift.



Maybe because of the time spent in New Mexico, but I decided to go for a Desert Tan color. This is the spray on truck bed-liner by Line-X. I'm hoping this will accomplish a few things. Namely: to be cooler in the sun, waterproof the roof for a long time, make the whole vehicle scratch resistant and easy to clean, and finally to add a bit of insulation to the entire vehicle. Oh, and also to blend into the sand dunes and deserts of the U.S.

In the next few days I'll be redoing the solar on top as well, building new railing systems and rewiring some of it. Trying to put as few as possible new holes in my roof covering with the new configuration.

All for now!  Thoughts?

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    2. I'll take some updated interior photos soon

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    3. We are still doing some updates inside to replace the failed ceiling project, so a post about that coming soon, and hopefully at that time we can reveal the whole inside too :)

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    4. Hello PlanoLee and Zophie,

      Hello, my name is Josh and I would really appreciate the opportunity to speak with you about your Revcon / experience with it. Please let me know what the best way to get in touch with you is and / or you can message me here. Hope to hear from you soon.

      Josh

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  2. Hello, my name is Josh and I would really appreciate the opportunity to speak with you about your Revcon / experience with it. Please let me know what the best way to get in touch with you is and / or you can message me here. Hope to hear from you soon.

    Josh

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    1. Happy to help out, email me at leebailey@gmail.com

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    1. Hi there, we're about, but not rolling as much. I found myself applying to a job that I had wanted and unlike I expected, I got it. Lee also started working, but his job is on the road, so he is taking advantage of the RV and staying in it... the ceiling project is still undone and the RV got some hail damage, luckily just the paint is a bit destroyed, nothing happened to the aluminum shell (thanks to the bed liner), but all solar panels were busted. But The Beast is stationary now and we aren't traveling the same way as we thought. :) But being hooked up is nice, no worries of dumping or having to replenish water supply :D

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  5. Hey there how much is the black RV ?

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    1. It's not really for sale, but I'm open to offers. Can reach me at leebailey@gmail.com

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    2. Also it has been sprayed by Line-X and is Desert Tan now

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