I'm knee deep in bus stuff right now! I just finished with a 3 day bus construction marathon. Thank goodness i have to work today, i can use the rest.
I cut a hole in the roof the width of the bus, and two windows long. It's appproximately 48" X 88". Set the jacuzzi inside with almost no problem at all. Those photo's are on film, i still have to develope them. Had to use a tall forklift.
Got tittle, insurance, and registration/plates so now she's legal to drive. Progressive has no trouble insuring my vehicle....it's a 1991 International and they didn't ask any questions. Ins is $200 for six months, Registration was a whopping $21.00.
Finished painting flames. Until now only the passenger side was painted. I also sprayed clear coat on everything from the windows down. I ran out of time to do the roof, it'll have to wait till sat. Very pleased with the clearcoat. Here is an example of clearcoat verses no clear coat.
For the flooring I used plywood, painted with oil base paint, then rust oleam epoxi-shield garage floor coating (with sand mixed in for traction on wet floor) Waiting for that to dry.........
I also ran across another 200 feet x 5 feet of brand new black velvet type material. Everything that you sit on in the bus gets covered in this beautiful fabric.
The man burns in 64 days