Looking for a competitively priced motorhome to suit your lifestyle and budget? Then why not consider buying a custom van conversion rather than a run of the mill vehicle that undoubtedly will be more expensive and let’s face it… just the same as everyone elses!
At C&S our focus is to design and build the vehicle that you want and that will earn you plenty of compliments too! “Customer Choice” is very high on our list, so whether or not you provide your own vehicle for us to convert or you wish for us to supply the base vehicle to you, we are happy to accommodate your needs.
C&S is an established business that prides itself not only on the quality of our workmanship but the fact that we listen to and deliver what our clients want. Whilst we are based in the North West of England, we are able to support clients anywhere in the UK.
Please take a look at our website to see what we are able to offer. It costs nothing to find out more so please either pick up the phone and ring us or email to find out what we can do for you.
We look forward to hearing from you
This motor caravan snap has been making us smile this week, it’s certainly a quirky van customisation we’ve not seen before. A topical way to pimp up a van too as November means only one thing for facial hair across the UK and the globe… taches. Yes the month of Movember is upon us.
For those of you unfamiliar with Movember season it is a campaign to raise vital funds and awareness for men’s health, specifically prostate cancer and other cancers that affect men. It involves chaps sprouting moustaches in return for sponsorship.
So fellas get growing your handlebar, fu manchu, walrus or Dalí… whatever lip warmer style suits you, or show your support by making a donation.
Image c/o roland licensed under Creative Commons.
Up, up and away… a birds eye view of our workshop and storage site.
The Motorhome & Caravan Show starts tomorrow at the NEC Birmingham and is the perfect opportunity to check out the latest developments in the industry. Whether your looking for a new vehicle, accessories, places to stay – both home and away – or to get hints and tips from organisation’s such as The Caravan Club and The Camping and Caravanning Club it’s the place to be.
A couple of highlights to look forward to are cookery demonstrations from celebrity chef Gino D’Acampo (12th and 15th October 2011) teaching a selection of recipes to enable you to get creative in the camp kitchen. And free motor caravan manoeuvring tutorial, under the watchful eye of The Caravan Club.
Sadly we can’t be there this year (a family holiday to Bognor Regis calls – let’s hope this rain eases up!) so don’t have too much fun without us.
If you’ve had your nose in the newspapers this week you might have read about the motorhome adventures of Lesley Norris and Bruce Scott. The intrepid explorers have been touring around Latin America in a motorhome converted from a Mercedes Unimog (similar to the one pictured).
The conversion has some home comforts including a double bed and a porcelain flushing toilet, but the vehicle came a cropper as a bridge collapsed and the vehicle plunged into a ravine – bringing their four year journey to abrupt standstill.
If you want to read about Lesley and Bruce’s trip then take a look at their website, Tread The World or drop us a comment below about your biggest motorhoming adventure (or should that be disaster!)
Image c/o Christian-P licensed under Creative Commons.
Spotted at Barton Grange Garden Centre, near Preston. Surely a must have for the garden of any Volkswagen Camper enthusiast.
We came across this beautiful shot of a motorhome captured on Dunster beach and thought it would be shame not to share it with you.
Image c/o saras2uk licensed under Creative Commons.
It might take us a little longer than this to complete one of our conversions but we just loved this when we read about it on Practical Motorhome. Lego have launched a kit to make your own VW T1 Camper, be it in little red plastic bricks – perfect for little kids and big ones. Makes us want to go on a road trip…
We are currently converting a Citroën Relay, download the full specifications (PDF) or watch out for new photographs being added to our Gallery over the coming weeks.