Well here it goes -- I am the proud owner of Adventure Trailers, Chaser #15 and this is the story about me experience building it at the factory. First off I just want to say that the group of guys at Adventure Trailers are top notch individuals who went above and beyond all of my expectations. Thanks again to Martyn, Mario, and Rodger. OK here is how it went down, I visited about a month ago and talked extensively with Martyn. I stated that I was interested in the Chaser and that I wanted to build it myself. Do to the high demand for the Chaser no one had been sold a kit. All were pre built at the factory. Long story short Martyn invited me to build my Chaser in there parking lot. Probably because I kept saying that I wanted to be there guiney pig. So I asked my brother, Miles if he was interested in joining me for the build. We arrived early on a Thursday morning about 7:00 am and completed the build by the next day, Friday at 9:00 pm. I must say I put in two 12 hour days and the real time it would have taken if I were doing it alone would be closer to 3-4 days. Martyn and Mario stepped in and helped me a lot! Now with this said it is not a difficult build at all. It is just time consumming if you are trying to complete it in two days. Although I did not feel rushed I would have enjoyed spending more time on the build. This would be my only complaint. The construction and materials used are top notch. Everything is overbuilt and feels good to the hand. This is real metal folks not that stuff you Toyota owners are use too! Well I will let the photographs speak for themselfs. I have gone ahead and captioned what is going on in the photographs. Enjoy the show!
Enclosed is a link to 160 photographs of the build. http://share.shutterfly.com/action/w...u0cOzA¬ag=1
2003 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon
Adventure Trailer Chaser #15