xe1ufo wrote:Here is a wild one:
Has anybody tried building a Teardrop with a completely removable galley? Think about these possiblities:
1. Use trailer for another purpose, such as transporting cargo.
IraRat wrote:Brad--no one's judging you and I wish to heck you're doing this because I have a history with this, but...
Are you by any chance building a mobile radio station? One that, ahem, has small wattage and is kind of hard to locate?
billnut wrote::D Heck i'm kf6gjh and i'm going to use a Buddipole and a
Yaesu FT 897 in a HU-4 .
brad vk2qq wrote:The basic problem was that the original idea to use a commercially made sandwich of Stucco aluminium cladding on a 25mm styrene sheet with 6mm plywood interior cost about $270 a sheet, so Plan A went right out the window.
Apart from the cladding dilemma, I have the basic shape, interior design etc pretty firmly settled.
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