Well, I have got a lot done over the last two weeks. I was able to remove all the seats. I called up the local school district and they sent out some guys to pick up all the seats. That was great, I hadn't really figured out a way to get the seats to the dump. I gave away all the metal from the old AC venting on freecycle as well. So at this point I have avoided taking anything to the dump.
I got the old rubber and plywood floor out. It's pretty rusty underneath! I am currently working on sanding down all of the rust.
Check out the video to see:
Anyone have any thoughts on whether the rust is something I should really put time into? Obviously if there is a hole I should patch it. What about just areas of the floor where there is a lot of rust but its not actually a hole yet? We are planning to live full time in it and I want to make sure its durable. I don't want to cut corners.
I hope to get the metal done, patched and painted this weekend.