Composite Centaur windows

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Composite Centaur windows

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Been working on these this week, decided to make new windows for my Centaur, using Oak and epoxy glass sheet, all sheathed in some fancy decorative cloth, should look tits when its finished

heres where i'm at:

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Yet more bling.....................................

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They are looking good, but I wonder when you will get your first request for a set for another owner.
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A business opportunity there Roger...
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Cheers guys

Havent given it much thought although i may have my first campervan commission after taking the van in for a service the other day, everyone was very impressed apparently so much so the boss man asked me for some biz cards.

Could have a biz opportunity with the boat stuff, although part of the reason for the blog is also to show people how i've done things via the pics, the windows have proved a little bit tricky and with some lessons learned i feel i could make another set relatively easy, its just the cost i guess.

Heres the first pair epoxied awaiting several coats of uv lacquer.

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