Seats are all out now. I didn't figure out the seats have a lever that lets the bottom pad open for easy access to the front out side screw. But we got them all out by grinding the head off most of the aisle bolts.
It looks as thought the wood underneath is water damaged. So I am planing on replacing it. I will be getting 9 sheets of 1/2" plywood. Is that thick enough? If not I could go 3/4". Before I put down the new floor I will be putting a moisture barrier down made up of roofing tar paper then 6mil plastic sheeting. I also plan on pre-cutting the holes for the drains. For the floor itself I have priced out some nice looking Laminate (hardwood look alike), Have any of you used this stuff?
For my walls I am planning on covering the windows I want to keep with aluminum foil then the pink insulation board. For the wall I am going to use the light weight veneer (looks like 70's stile fake wood walls).
Well now to add more pictures:
Here is my buddy taking the grinding on for a bit. This friend has been and will be a big help on this project.
Broke a window!
I was tossing seats out the back door when my Carelessness paid off. Now I either have to get new glass or just sheet metal over my blunder.
Now I need to find a new home for the seats. I could do the dump or cut them up for recycling. Has anyone sold the metal from their seats? Did you get much for the time you spent cutting them up? I been trying Freecycle but no bites yet.