Camperized Astro/Safari - Share your pictures

Re: Camperized Astro/Safari - Share your pictures

Postby Philly758 » May 15th 2013, 6:33pm

Tegnus wrote:@Philly758 Looks good -Wouldn't work for me as there are two of us (me&wife).

What kind of LED light did u used?


Well, I have joked about buying a bunk bed cot with some of my buddies that go on bike trips with me. Cabela's sells one, it's pretty funny.

I bought all of my LED's on eBay. For the dome lights I used 48 SMD LED panels (they come with festoon adapters and others), 2 in the front dome, 1 in the middle, 2 in the rear. I got 42mm festoon 12 SMD LED's for the stepwell lights. I got 5 SMD LED (4 on the sides 1 on top) T10 bulbs for the map lights... I don't think the rear most map light covers are supposed to come off, they didn't get put back on, I'll glue them back in place some day but for now I don't care.

I also went a little nuts today at lunch and added another 12 SMD LED to my front dome light. For those keeping track, thats 108 SMD LED's in that dome... So bright, kind of stupid. :rockon:

Image
:auto-gmcredsmiley:
2000 GMC Safari SLE, AWD - 150k+
- Lifted with 22-687 leaf springs and 2" blocks
- Cooper AT3 30x9.5's on Cragar Soft 8's
- Hellwig Rear Sway Bar
- TruCool Trans Cooler
- Corvette Servo
- Moog steering
- Bilstein HD's
- 3.73 G80
Philly758
Firing on 4 Cylinders (L1)
Firing on 4 Cylinders (L1)
Years of Membership: Philly758 has been a member for 6 full yearsPhilly758 has been a member for 6 full yearsPhilly758 has been a member for 6 full yearsPhilly758 has been a member for 6 full yearsPhilly758 has been a member for 6 full yearsPhilly758 has been a member for 6 full years
Posts: 423
Topics: 36
Joined: September 2010
Location: Bridgeport, CT
Gender: Male
Van Make/Model: GMC Safari
Extra Info: SLE AWD

  • Similar topics
    Replies
    Views
    Author
  • How to remove seatbelts from 98 Astro?
    by Astrodawn » February 28th 2017, 5:06pm in Interior
    23 Replies
    310 Views
    Last post by Wimpazz View the latest post
    March 4th 2017, 2:33am
  • 86 Astro floor mats
    by falconvan » April 25th 2017, 4:09pm in Interior
    1 Replies
    1318 Views
    Last post by srdragonusa View the latest post
    April 26th 2017, 3:34pm
  •  
    7
    40
    Last post by AstroSafari.com View the latest post
    May 29th 2017, 1:23am

Re: Camperized Astro/Safari - Share your pictures

Postby SilverBullet1997 » May 16th 2013, 3:44pm

Philly758 wrote:
Tegnus wrote:@Philly758 Looks good -Wouldn't work for me as there are two of us (me&wife).

What kind of LED light did u used?


Well, I have joked about buying a bunk bed cot with some of my buddies that go on bike trips with me. Cabela's sells one, it's pretty funny.

I bought all of my LED's on eBay. For the dome lights I used 48 SMD LED panels (they come with festoon adapters and others), 2 in the front dome, 1 in the middle, 2 in the rear. I got 42mm festoon 12 SMD LED's for the stepwell lights. I got 5 SMD LED (4 on the sides 1 on top) T10 bulbs for the map lights... I don't think the rear most map light covers are supposed to come off, they didn't get put back on, I'll glue them back in place some day but for now I don't care.

I also went a little nuts today at lunch and added another 12 SMD LED to my front dome light. For those keeping track, thats 108 SMD LED's in that dome... So bright, kind of stupid. :rockon:

Image


So those are wired in to the stock light bulb? No additional wiring needed?
R.I.P 1997 Astro AWD SilverBullet 4-9-1997 to 2-17-2015 - Cause of death: Rear-ended
1999 Astro AWD SilverBullet II 1-4-1999 - Present

http://youtu.be/D1zn5ppLI6g & http://youtu.be/KkFaZXo2KL4 <- My First Van Offroading @ Tahuya
User avatar
SilverBullet1997
Firing on 6 Cylinders (L2)
Firing on 6 Cylinders (L2)
Years of Membership: SilverBullet1997 has been a member for 4 full yearsSilverBullet1997 has been a member for 4 full yearsSilverBullet1997 has been a member for 4 full yearsSilverBullet1997 has been a member for 4 full years
Posts: 1669
Topics: 54
Images: 247
Joined: March 2013
Location: Seattle, Washington
Gender: Male
Alias (AKA): Silver or Bullet or SB
Year: 1999
Van Make/Model: Chevrolet Astro
Extra Info: 7in Lift AWD Z71

Re: Camperized Astro/Safari - Share your pictures

Postby Philly758 » May 16th 2013, 9:06pm

SilverBullet1997 wrote:So those are wired in to the stock light bulb? No additional wiring needed?


Pretty much. The factory festoon bulb sits in the middle… I got an LED festoon and 2 48 LED panels, that have 3M adhesive on the back. The panels come with adapters as shown below. I took 2 of the extra adapters and stripped the wires, twisted them together, and tucked them in on either side of the festoon bulb so they are held securely, and plugged them each in as your normally one. Make sure to make contact and check which sides need to touch for the LED to light up as you do it, because they do not work in reverse.

Image
:auto-gmcredsmiley:
2000 GMC Safari SLE, AWD - 150k+
- Lifted with 22-687 leaf springs and 2" blocks
- Cooper AT3 30x9.5's on Cragar Soft 8's
- Hellwig Rear Sway Bar
- TruCool Trans Cooler
- Corvette Servo
- Moog steering
- Bilstein HD's
- 3.73 G80
Philly758
Firing on 4 Cylinders (L1)
Firing on 4 Cylinders (L1)
Years of Membership: Philly758 has been a member for 6 full yearsPhilly758 has been a member for 6 full yearsPhilly758 has been a member for 6 full yearsPhilly758 has been a member for 6 full yearsPhilly758 has been a member for 6 full yearsPhilly758 has been a member for 6 full years
Posts: 423
Topics: 36
Joined: September 2010
Location: Bridgeport, CT
Gender: Male
Van Make/Model: GMC Safari
Extra Info: SLE AWD

Re: Camperized Astro/Safari - Share your pictures

Postby Tegnus [OP] » June 19th 2013, 6:00am

Bump. Hoping there will be more pictures soon as camping season starts... :)
2004 Astro AWD (Astrid), 3" Lift, BFG All-Terrain T/A KO2 LT225/75R16, Tru-Cool LPD-4490 Trans cooler, ARB Awning 2500 (ARB4401A)

Follow us on Facebook and Instagram | Check out the build of our 2004 Chevy Astro AWD "Astrid"
Original Poster [OP]
User avatar
Tegnus
Firing on 5 Cylinders (L1)
Firing on 5 Cylinders (L1)
Years of Membership: Tegnus has been a member for 4 full yearsTegnus has been a member for 4 full yearsTegnus has been a member for 4 full yearsTegnus has been a member for 4 full years
Posts: 517
Topics: 37
Images: 6
Joined: April 2013
Location: Canada/Latvia
Gender: Male
Year: 2004
Van Make/Model: Chevrolet Astro
Extra Info: AWD

Re: Camperized Astro/Safari - Share your pictures

Postby walks with ducks » July 15th 2013, 5:10pm

Image

Just a teaser! I'll probably do a full write up of all the projects after my roadtrip to WY end of the month. Oh and my interior LED's are in the mail, can't wait!
Image
walks with ducks
Firing on 1 Cylinder (L1)
Firing on 1 Cylinder (L1)
Years of Membership: walks with ducks has been a member for 4 full yearswalks with ducks has been a member for 4 full yearswalks with ducks has been a member for 4 full yearswalks with ducks has been a member for 4 full years
Posts: 116
Topics: 7
Joined: May 2013

Re: Camperized Astro/Safari - Share your pictures

Postby cowboydan » August 1st 2013, 11:33pm

I'm a big guy, I need my room. The wife doesn't care to have an elbow in the face late at night.
Attachments
012.JPG
023.JPG
97 astro 4.3w AWD hotrod stand in and multi purpose custom cruizer: DD
2006 sebring 2.7 touring: DD
1990 f150 super cab 5.8/ 351w dual fuel: dq
1980 buick regal sport coupe???
1976 460/c6 ford e350 21' motorhome project
cowboydan
Firing on 8 Cylinders (L2)
Firing on 8 Cylinders (L2)
Years of Membership: cowboydan has been a member for 6 full yearscowboydan has been a member for 6 full yearscowboydan has been a member for 6 full yearscowboydan has been a member for 6 full yearscowboydan has been a member for 6 full yearscowboydan has been a member for 6 full years
Posts: 1983
Topics: 67
Images: 0
Joined: July 2010
Gender: Male
Alias (AKA): cbd
Year: 1997
Van Make/Model: Chevrolet Astro
Extra Info: 4.3w CL AWD

Re: Camperized Astro/Safari - Share your pictures

Postby SilverBullet1997 » August 2nd 2013, 7:57am

cowboydan wrote:I'm a big guy, I need my room. The wife doesn't care to have an elbow in the face late at night.

I don't blame her! I wouldn't want a cowboy elbow in my face any time of the day or night.

Any pics of your platform there, what kind of tent you got there? how do you secure it? are those fog lights in the grill?

Nice looking van :D
R.I.P 1997 Astro AWD SilverBullet 4-9-1997 to 2-17-2015 - Cause of death: Rear-ended
1999 Astro AWD SilverBullet II 1-4-1999 - Present

http://youtu.be/D1zn5ppLI6g & http://youtu.be/KkFaZXo2KL4 <- My First Van Offroading @ Tahuya
User avatar
SilverBullet1997
Firing on 6 Cylinders (L2)
Firing on 6 Cylinders (L2)
Years of Membership: SilverBullet1997 has been a member for 4 full yearsSilverBullet1997 has been a member for 4 full yearsSilverBullet1997 has been a member for 4 full yearsSilverBullet1997 has been a member for 4 full years
Posts: 1669
Topics: 54
Images: 247
Joined: March 2013
Location: Seattle, Washington
Gender: Male
Alias (AKA): Silver or Bullet or SB
Year: 1999
Van Make/Model: Chevrolet Astro
Extra Info: 7in Lift AWD Z71

Re: Camperized Astro/Safari - Share your pictures

Postby Tegnus [OP] » August 14th 2013, 7:20am

This is our Astro campersized for the weekend... 10 min conversation - take out chair, put in blow up mattress. Haven't had a time to build a proper platform yet, so I have a bed in the van full time :)
img_003.jpg

Also tested the bug screen - worked great, now just need to trim it for the other side windows. Overall costs under $15 per side, if you live in US, you can order everything from amazon even cheaper... :) Great how to can be found here: http://www.annestravels.net/bug-screens-van-screens/
img_001.jpg

img_002.jpg
2004 Astro AWD (Astrid), 3" Lift, BFG All-Terrain T/A KO2 LT225/75R16, Tru-Cool LPD-4490 Trans cooler, ARB Awning 2500 (ARB4401A)

Follow us on Facebook and Instagram | Check out the build of our 2004 Chevy Astro AWD "Astrid"
Original Poster [OP]
User avatar
Tegnus
Firing on 5 Cylinders (L1)
Firing on 5 Cylinders (L1)
Years of Membership: Tegnus has been a member for 4 full yearsTegnus has been a member for 4 full yearsTegnus has been a member for 4 full yearsTegnus has been a member for 4 full years
Posts: 517
Topics: 37
Images: 6
Joined: April 2013
Location: Canada/Latvia
Gender: Male
Year: 2004
Van Make/Model: Chevrolet Astro
Extra Info: AWD

Re: Camperized Astro/Safari - Share your pictures

Postby Harleybowtie » August 21st 2013, 12:24am

A warm night, camping in the van, open the window, those skeeters can't get in.
Spent the better part of the day with some 1/4" plywood and the jig saw. Inserts
are NOT for driving, just for keepin' the flyers out on the occasional campin' trips.

DSCN2084.jpg


one of those magnet screens, altered to fit.

DSCN2090.jpg
Harleybowtie
Firing on 2 Cylinders (L1)
Firing on 2 Cylinders (L1)
Years of Membership: Harleybowtie has been a member for 3 full yearsHarleybowtie has been a member for 3 full yearsHarleybowtie has been a member for 3 full years
Posts: 222
Topics: 15
Images: 45
Joined: June 2013
Gender: Male
Year: 2000
Van Make/Model: Chevrolet Astro
Extra Info: 4.3L V6 RWD

Re: Camperized Astro/Safari - Share your pictures

Postby Tegnus [OP] » September 12th 2013, 9:29pm

@Harleybowtie I like how the screen is done on your van - great job!
2004 Astro AWD (Astrid), 3" Lift, BFG All-Terrain T/A KO2 LT225/75R16, Tru-Cool LPD-4490 Trans cooler, ARB Awning 2500 (ARB4401A)

Follow us on Facebook and Instagram | Check out the build of our 2004 Chevy Astro AWD "Astrid"
Original Poster [OP]
User avatar
Tegnus
Firing on 5 Cylinders (L1)
Firing on 5 Cylinders (L1)
Years of Membership: Tegnus has been a member for 4 full yearsTegnus has been a member for 4 full yearsTegnus has been a member for 4 full yearsTegnus has been a member for 4 full years
Posts: 517
Topics: 37
Images: 6
Joined: April 2013
Location: Canada/Latvia
Gender: Male
Year: 2004
Van Make/Model: Chevrolet Astro
Extra Info: AWD

Re: Camperized Astro/Safari - Share your pictures

Postby Harleybowtie » September 14th 2013, 3:19am

Thanks ! I've been doing an expansion of sorts. I have a cap tent left over from my full sized pickup. It's in great shape so I thought I'd put it to use on the Astro.
So I got one of those receiver hitch cargo haulers and made a plywood box that's just deep enough to
clear the doors. It can be filled with coolers, chairs, whatever will fit without blocking the license plate.

001.jpg

When setting up camp, you empty the box and turn it over. This effectually raises the height by 1.5" . A piece of plywood gets laid on top to make the floor.
002.jpg

A 2X2 with a 1/3rd section of PVC pipe provides the top support.
003.jpg

The Cap-Tent then gets put on over the doors and held in place with built in bungee cords.
004.jpg

The tent has a zippered opening for entry & egress. Screened side opening and front door windows keep the critters out.
005.jpg

006.jpg

The floor is carpeted and folds in half via a piano hinge.
007.jpg

008.jpg

Flaps close up the tent for cooler temps.
009.jpg

010.jpg
Harleybowtie
Firing on 2 Cylinders (L1)
Firing on 2 Cylinders (L1)
Years of Membership: Harleybowtie has been a member for 3 full yearsHarleybowtie has been a member for 3 full yearsHarleybowtie has been a member for 3 full years
Posts: 222
Topics: 15
Images: 45
Joined: June 2013
Gender: Male
Year: 2000
Van Make/Model: Chevrolet Astro
Extra Info: 4.3L V6 RWD

Re: Camperized Astro/Safari - Share your pictures

Postby Tegnus [OP] » September 14th 2013, 3:27am

Looks really cool - I like the idea about extra space added to van - tent. Don't like the cargo hitch hauler because that would affect my clearance.

What kind of vent in the roof do you have? Would you recommend it?
2004 Astro AWD (Astrid), 3" Lift, BFG All-Terrain T/A KO2 LT225/75R16, Tru-Cool LPD-4490 Trans cooler, ARB Awning 2500 (ARB4401A)

Follow us on Facebook and Instagram | Check out the build of our 2004 Chevy Astro AWD "Astrid"
Original Poster [OP]
User avatar
Tegnus
Firing on 5 Cylinders (L1)
Firing on 5 Cylinders (L1)
Years of Membership: Tegnus has been a member for 4 full yearsTegnus has been a member for 4 full yearsTegnus has been a member for 4 full yearsTegnus has been a member for 4 full years
Posts: 517
Topics: 37
Images: 6
Joined: April 2013
Location: Canada/Latvia
Gender: Male
Year: 2004
Van Make/Model: Chevrolet Astro
Extra Info: AWD

Re: Camperized Astro/Safari - Share your pictures

Postby Herman Wiegman » September 14th 2013, 4:55am

Very slick. I have used some screen door material to cover my windows and a few flat fridge magnets to hold it in place. The front window inserts may be worth a try!
I did put a platform behind my middle seat, and when you fold down the middle seat the platform and seat become a 6foot long bed. I throw a 3" foam matress on top (cut to size) for comfortable sleeping.
The platform does raise the sleeping surface up a bit, so I sometimes bump my head, but we can store coolers under the platform.
Your floor extension is pretty slick, and you have a great tent over the back. Happy Camping!

herminator
Herminator, Niskayuna, NY.......1999 Safari 4.3L SLE (RWD)
Eaton Gov Lok LSD 3.23:1.........Timbren bump stops
Monster 4L60E rebuild ..............Electric fan & FelPro gaskets
10922
Herman Wiegman
Firing on 2 Cylinders (L1)
Firing on 2 Cylinders (L1)
Years of Membership: Herman Wiegman has been a member for 4 full yearsHerman Wiegman has been a member for 4 full yearsHerman Wiegman has been a member for 4 full yearsHerman Wiegman has been a member for 4 full years
Posts: 248
Topics: 8
Images: 89
Joined: December 2012
Location: Niskayuna, NY USA
Gender: Male
Alias (AKA): Herminator
Year: 1999
Van Make/Model: GMC Safari
Extra Info: 4.3L RWD

Re: Camperized Astro/Safari - Share your pictures

Postby Harleybowtie » September 14th 2013, 4:58am

I bought a 9"X9" roof vent on E-bay. I like it because it installs without having to cut through the whole roof support rib. I have to remember
to close it before backing into the garage.
DSC06474.jpg

DSC06475.jpg


http://www.ebay.com/itm/180944357428?ss ... 1497.l2649

Mine's a cargo van. I have a coleman air mattress that just goes on the floor. I'll try to get some pix of it inflated & ready to use.
Harleybowtie
Firing on 2 Cylinders (L1)
Firing on 2 Cylinders (L1)
Years of Membership: Harleybowtie has been a member for 3 full yearsHarleybowtie has been a member for 3 full yearsHarleybowtie has been a member for 3 full years
Posts: 222
Topics: 15
Images: 45
Joined: June 2013
Gender: Male
Year: 2000
Van Make/Model: Chevrolet Astro
Extra Info: 4.3L V6 RWD

Re: Camperized Astro/Safari - Share your pictures

Postby Tegnus [OP] » September 14th 2013, 8:26am

A/S Forum redirect to ebay is broken, can you say what is the price and I can look it up on ebay...

I have been thinking about something like it for my van, but the problem is that I am very afraid of it starting to leak...
2004 Astro AWD (Astrid), 3" Lift, BFG All-Terrain T/A KO2 LT225/75R16, Tru-Cool LPD-4490 Trans cooler, ARB Awning 2500 (ARB4401A)

Follow us on Facebook and Instagram | Check out the build of our 2004 Chevy Astro AWD "Astrid"
Original Poster [OP]
User avatar
Tegnus
Firing on 5 Cylinders (L1)
Firing on 5 Cylinders (L1)
Years of Membership: Tegnus has been a member for 4 full yearsTegnus has been a member for 4 full yearsTegnus has been a member for 4 full yearsTegnus has been a member for 4 full years
Posts: 517
Topics: 37
Images: 6
Joined: April 2013
Location: Canada/Latvia
Gender: Male
Year: 2004
Van Make/Model: Chevrolet Astro
Extra Info: AWD

Re: Camperized Astro/Safari - Share your pictures

Postby Harleybowtie » September 14th 2013, 12:05pm

Item # 180944357428 , $21.50

You have to use the plumbers putty under the flange. I pop-riveted mine then put a thin coat of clear silicone over the rivets.
Harleybowtie
Firing on 2 Cylinders (L1)
Firing on 2 Cylinders (L1)
Years of Membership: Harleybowtie has been a member for 3 full yearsHarleybowtie has been a member for 3 full yearsHarleybowtie has been a member for 3 full years
Posts: 222
Topics: 15
Images: 45
Joined: June 2013
Gender: Male
Year: 2000
Van Make/Model: Chevrolet Astro
Extra Info: 4.3L V6 RWD

Re: Camperized Astro/Safari - Share your pictures

Postby WoodButcher » September 14th 2013, 1:43pm

Slick HB. The cargo hitch lets you park anywhere regardless of the terrain if you find a level spot for the van itself.

Watch the plumbers putty, it does harden and crack. The product I would recommend is "Plumbers Goop", It's an oil base caulk / contact adhesive that comes in a toothpaste tube. A similar product is "Geocell 2300" both are clear and oil based, both very messy if your not careful but the plumbers goop can be peeled after it has cured. I use masking tape to get clean lines. Not easy but it is very elastic and both seem to suffer no ill effect from the suns UV.
User avatar
WoodButcher
V8 Swap Achievement
V8 Swap Achievement
Firing on 7 Cylinders (L5)
Firing on 7 Cylinders (L5)
Years of Membership: WoodButcher has been a member for 6 full yearsWoodButcher has been a member for 6 full yearsWoodButcher has been a member for 6 full yearsWoodButcher has been a member for 6 full yearsWoodButcher has been a member for 6 full yearsWoodButcher has been a member for 6 full years
Posts: 4755
Topics: 28
Images: 454
Joined: October 2010
Location: Danbury CT
Gender: Male
Alias (AKA): Bruce
Year: 1997
Van Make/Model: GMC Safari
Extra Info: 4.3 RWD

Re: Camperized Astro/Safari - Share your pictures

Postby Harleybowtie » September 21st 2013, 1:03pm

Here's a few pix of the Coleman Airbed . It's a full size, (not single or queen) and fits nicely between the wheel well covers.

DSCN2738.jpg

DSCN2739.jpg

DSCN2740.jpg

DSCN2741.jpg
Harleybowtie
Firing on 2 Cylinders (L1)
Firing on 2 Cylinders (L1)
Years of Membership: Harleybowtie has been a member for 3 full yearsHarleybowtie has been a member for 3 full yearsHarleybowtie has been a member for 3 full years
Posts: 222
Topics: 15
Images: 45
Joined: June 2013
Gender: Male
Year: 2000
Van Make/Model: Chevrolet Astro
Extra Info: 4.3L V6 RWD

Re: Camperized Astro/Safari - Share your pictures

Postby Harleybowtie » October 1st 2013, 9:40pm

Not wanting to drill any holes in the roof I found some suction cups and engineered a set up
that holds pretty good. A breezy day couldn't move it. Those cups suck.

DSC06605.jpg


DSC06606.jpg


DSC06607.jpg
Harleybowtie
Firing on 2 Cylinders (L1)
Firing on 2 Cylinders (L1)
Years of Membership: Harleybowtie has been a member for 3 full yearsHarleybowtie has been a member for 3 full yearsHarleybowtie has been a member for 3 full years
Posts: 222
Topics: 15
Images: 45
Joined: June 2013
Gender: Male
Year: 2000
Van Make/Model: Chevrolet Astro
Extra Info: 4.3L V6 RWD

Re: Camperized Astro/Safari - Share your pictures

Postby cowboydan » October 2nd 2013, 12:29am

Harleybowtie wrote:Not wanting to drill any holes in the roof I found some suction cups and engineered a set up
that holds pretty good. A breezy day couldn't move it. Those cups suck.

DSC06605.jpg


DSC06606.jpg


DSC06607.jpg

Nice application. truly light weight and compact. it's perfect. how does it anchor to the ground?
97 astro 4.3w AWD hotrod stand in and multi purpose custom cruizer: DD
2006 sebring 2.7 touring: DD
1990 f150 super cab 5.8/ 351w dual fuel: dq
1980 buick regal sport coupe???
1976 460/c6 ford e350 21' motorhome project
cowboydan
Firing on 8 Cylinders (L2)
Firing on 8 Cylinders (L2)
Years of Membership: cowboydan has been a member for 6 full yearscowboydan has been a member for 6 full yearscowboydan has been a member for 6 full yearscowboydan has been a member for 6 full yearscowboydan has been a member for 6 full yearscowboydan has been a member for 6 full years
Posts: 1983
Topics: 67
Images: 0
Joined: July 2010
Gender: Male
Alias (AKA): cbd
Year: 1997
Van Make/Model: Chevrolet Astro
Extra Info: 4.3w CL AWD

PreviousNext

 
  • Related topics
    Replies
    Views
    Last post

Return to Interior

It is currently May 29th 2017, 1:23am

Interior Forum
InteriorDiscuss the cabin from the headliner to the carpeting of your Astro or Safari van. Topics include door panels, and seat belts or the dash and carpet, trim, and seats. Talk about your center console, seats, door handles, upholstery, steering wheels or any other item in the cab of your van.
To create a new topic in Interior, click this button:
Previous topic Next topic
Recent Image Attachments
Attached by:
300KorBust
in Interior
Views: 786
Comments: 1
Date: May 27 '17
Time: 7:08pm
» Read last comment
Attached by:
hlucas
in Interior
Views: 3047
Comments: 14
Date: May 26 '17
Time: 1:49am
» Read last comment
Attached by:
Attached by: Astro Pop
Astro Pop
in Interior
Views: 3047
Comments: 14
Date: May 24 '17
Time: 8:15pm
» Read last comment
Attached by:
Nick
in Interior
Views: 2555
Comments: 9
Date: May 23 '17
Time: 7:29am
» Read last comment
Attached by:
Nick
in Interior
Views: 2555
Comments: 9
Date: May 23 '17
Time: 7:25am
» Read last comment
Sponsors
 

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 4 guests