- T6.1 Coast 150
And I took the idea from you, thanks This is how I did it: first you drink 4 bottles of cava, champagne, cider or any sparkling wine you like. Cut the 4 corks with a cutter to 2 cm and then attach them to the insert with double-sided tape. Finished!Hi,
As I was reorganizing our Cali today for the 8th time in eight years, I realized how many small adjustments the bus has gathered in time - call it minor repairs. Improvements in creating extra room in our little fourwheeled hotel room are by definition always minor.
I thought, maybe it's useful to show some of them.
Here's a first one: our two stores deep kitchen drawer. To be honest, I nicked the idea from a Spanish Cali-owner, who build it with wood.
My construction is simple: two crossed aluminum bars, 1.5 mm thick, 1 cm high, both cut about 4 mm in the middle.
Don't forget what you through in there. First trip we used this, I angered mss marchugo by asking her where she had left the scissors. Of course I stored them in this drawer myself.
Regards from Amsterdam,
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Also: the open compartment on top of the dashboard of the T6.1 is not very user-friendly because everything you put there shifts and reflects in the windscreen. That's why I attached this felt folder with the farthest flap with double-sided tape. Small things -like an access badge- find their place in it.