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Internal Refurbishment

Once all the structural stuff has been completed, it's time to refurbish the interior.

The original panels were full of holes in the wrong places, so a complete refresh was required

Increased the size of the rear trunk in order to create a kitchen/ work area

  • Double sink with mixer tap
  • Sink covers (to maximise usable bench space when sinks not in use) 
  • 70 litre fresh & waste water tanks in the trunk
  • Overhead directional spot lights
  • Draining rack / work shelf above the window
  • Instant electric hot water service

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Decided on a dappled 'wrinkly' finish for the roof centre section. Just something to create a visual highlight 

Some interesting tasks:

  • Fitting new insulation (getting it to stay in place!)
  • Correctly positioning the cut-outs for the roof vents
  • Positioning the 12 volt lighting 
  • Drilling & riveting overhead (aagghh!)

Next Step was the side wall panels

All cavities between the inner & outer skins were given new insulation

Although the wheel arches have inner & outer panels with insulation between them, the inner panels are flimsy so decided to create a more robust situation.

Included a combined 12 volt services & toolbox  (accessed from outside)

Needed some benches around the front & clean up of the overhead locker

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