Sorry I don't have any more photo's. I looked around and no dice. It was an interesting peice of engineering. They used the existing bus rear end (rear wall, door, rear cap) and cut the whole thing of after removing the internal skin, reinforcing with aluminum tubing, then sheeting over the whole thing inside to give a ramp surface. They had large custom made barel hinges for the ramp/rear end. The lights worked and it looked pretty much stock from the outside. They used an electric winch that was mounted inside to raise and lower the ramp. They said it worked pretty well.