Doesn't look like I've done a lot but I got the seats out (only had 3 in it) and all of the bolts except 2 out of the floor. They had left a lot of bolts when other seats were removed before. Grrr.. Used the vice grips and moving under and over for a few until a friend happened by. Two I can see from under but can't reach. Bought an adapter and graphite blades for my drill and got 2 others off. This last 2 I can't seem to reach with either option... still thinking.
Have most of the glue up except for right between the wheel wells. Both wheels are going to be built over now that I'm not re-using the seats, (they looked good but the upholstery was baked), so I'm not taking the rubber off them.. [looking for that 'anthony' (?) insulation that Accordian used.] Leaving the barriers behind the seat and inside the front door but will finish them with something else (perhaps diamond tuck on wood). (Premonitions of piano breaking free and sliding on top of me when driving.)
This morning I bumped into the guy I'm going to consult with on the flooring and he's coming by to take a look this week maybe. I have a good idea on what to do for the sub-flooring, but want to coordinate with what he knows about flooring. He says he has a lot of scrap
We've dipped into teens at night now, so might be slowing down progress on the actual bus, but I got a lot to do prep wise for the rest of the scenario. Was hoping to paint floor before it started staying cold.
Soooo.. Sanding. Best way to sand large area without electricity??? (My body is learning the backdraft of elbow grease.) Joined the gym. Hot tub