....So we're workin' on the floor and beds in the rear. Got 900 sq. ft of laminate flooring for free from a friend, so I'm using it. Not ideal for wet ATV's but it's free. Takes a while to paint/clear everything, shop is only 10x18' out side measurements....a couple of pieces at a time. Trimming out with 1x1 aluminum angle and some aluminum checker plate I had kickin' around. The short pieces of angle with holes drilled into it will be used to anchor beds to walls, S/S screws and carriage bolts. Still workin' on the hinges for the doors and bed tops...off set Z shape. The folded up pieces of fabric on the table are Mosey Oak curtains for the two sides and front windshield....the old man made the table top, it's hallow to lighten it up a bit. With the couch folded down into a bed you can reach the table, can seat six with no problem. Found an old license plate frame and covered it with reflective black and green, the plate I'll be using is off a kit car VW buggy I sold a few years back. No shortage of sanding and painting at this point. I'm in the middle of taping around the edges of the walls to silicone the gaps....it'll almond rubber trim/molding to seal the back from the front in case we get into some stinky mud, been there. Inside the walls will be the $#itter on the left and sink on the right. The front door will swing in and lock against the sink and the rear will swing in and lock against the toilet like a hall way to the rear of bus...hope that makes sense.
The beds are sitting low on top of the wheel wells, one ATV will be parked on top of the bed and the other behind on the floor....still have to remove the rear of the bus for access. Probably next spring, crazy busy with my two jobs.