So I have been gone. I actually have posted a couple times since the last one showing, but for some reason they have been deleted. So anyways. The tour went awesome. Also got married a couple months ago and its awesome. Gracey worked great for the tour. But now I have a new house and so Gracey is up for sale. I have her on craigslist. I think I enjoy building em more than keeping em. Haha. I'll post it up in the classifieds so if any of you know someone let me know. Here is the link to the ad:
Now on to a ton of pictures that I never seemed to post of the finished product. Hope you like em all.
Here is the cockpit. Nice seat huh?
Here is the backup camera monitor.
Living room looking into the two bedrooms.
Freezer that is being used as a fridge.
The A/C controller built into the duct work. There are 8 air registers. 4 in the living room and 2 in each bedroom.
Kitchen sink. Its a pump faucet that requires no electricity. I have two large water containers inside the bus under the cabinets. One for fresh water and one for drain. Keeping them inside helped them to never freeze. Worked great.
Rubbermaid drawers mounted in the big cabinets to make organization easier.
Two sliding doors for the bedrooms.
One of the two identical bedrooms. That is a regular twin mattress. Plenty of room.
You can see the A/C registers and lights above the bed here.
View from the bed looking forward. Both bedrooms have large 5 drawer file cabinets. Great storage. Huge drawers with tons of space. The best part is every drawer has a thumb latch so they don't open while driving.
Both beds have large hinged openings for a ton of storage under the mattress.
View of the second bedroom. Same size and outfitted with the same amenities.
A view of the living room/kitchen cabinets looking forward.
Flat screen tv mount and center speaker from the surround sound.
Cabinets on the side of the couch. There are lights mounted on both of the couch side cabinets and run through a switch by the door. Great indirect lighting while watching tv, and good light for the stairway.
Rear garage area. It has racks built in it right now to hold 18 gallon rubbermaid containers. Will hold 16 of them and still gives you plenty of floor space.
This is the power converter charger mounted.
This is a transfer switch that is mounted but not wired in. I never got my generator so I never needed it. A great thing to have when you get one though.
Hanging clothes rack in the garage area in the back and some drawer units for tool storage.
Brand new Coleman Mach 1 PS mounted. Uses next to no power and runs like a champ. Freeze ya out if you let it go. Kept up with the summer in Florida so it is plenty to keep you cool.
Finished paint job and the vinyl logos.
Some crazy lady looking at the bus. It definitely draws attention.