Tour de Cruiser

8 Jul

I have given in to all the  pressure of releasing up-to-date pictures of the interior. (Mainly from KC Crimmins) I am not an expert photographer and it was my first time with a friends really nice camera, but you will get the gist. I realize how spoiled I was with Chris’ wide angle lens we were using in Nashville . To shoot the interior of an Airstream a wide angle is a must. Blah blah blah, here is the tour!:

Here is the view right as you walk in. Here we have the extra freezer space and the kitchen stove/oven:

As you turn to your right:

You may notice the curb side bench is a bookshelf and shoe cubby:

If you keep spinning right, you will see the way you came in, the fireplace, and the trashcan:

Then the kitchen:

On the street side you can see the original fridge and microwave:

Here you can see the LED lighting that runs through the kitchen:

Stepping into the bathroom:

The bathroom floor is a one large stainless steel shower pan; notice you have access to all of your clothes from the shower:

The bathroom sink bowl is original but the rest we constructed:

The “toliet” is a Humanure composting toilet. It is better known as a “sawdust toilet.” The green bag is the cover material:

The shower assembly is about as basic as you can get, kind of a modern industrial feel:

The shower curtain runs 360 degrees around to keep the water inside the shower pan:

Stepping into the bedroom you immediately notice the exposed “whale-tail”:

On the curb side I have a desk that runs the full length of the bed:

The bed is basically the dimensions of a queen, looking forward you can see the ‘LG Art Cool,’ which is my AC/heat pump:

I call this the lazy man. you can lay in bed and not even move your head:

Jesus at the helm:

Where else can you step from your shower into bed?

Well I hope you enjoyed this little tour. Over the coming months I will be talking more about how we designed and built some of these areas, as well as topics that pertain to living in an Airstream!

8 Responses to “Tour de Cruiser”

  1. maggie July 8, 2011 at 6:26 pm #

    Very Cool Andrew! I am very happy for you:) ( no sarcasm)

  2. Gemma July 8, 2011 at 7:32 pm #

    Pretty cool! I think you need blue sheets.

  3. Andrew July 10, 2011 at 9:26 pm #

    Hahah thanks Maggie! (no sarcasm) 🙂

  4. robin Smith July 10, 2011 at 10:40 pm #

    LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. Jeff July 11, 2011 at 12:55 am #

    Ok, I’ll admit, I’m pretty impressed.

  6. Sheena July 11, 2011 at 1:49 am #

    It’s gorgeous! Let me know if you feel like you need a place to park it in SLC.

  7. Drew Renshaw July 21, 2011 at 2:40 am #

    I Like it!!!
    Willie P. told me you were co-habbing in his back yard. I need to see your creation. 864-1726

  8. shawn grona April 12, 2012 at 4:03 pm #

    check out, these guys do great restoration and polish work in Central Texas, downtown Austin

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