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Old 10-10-2019, 03:46 PM   #1
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Plan on following this beautiful bus loosely

https://www.instagram.com/bodhibus/?hl=en

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Thanks eastcoastcb!

Jerry is a name with 2 meanings- Garcia and a terrible skier.

Iíll be taking this around to ski races for my kids in the Midwest.

here is a tentative floorplan

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Question: do these parts of the interior come out easily? They house the back of the front and back warning lights.



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Subfloor mostly in
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i had plenty but yours takes perseverance to the next level. just following your thread, i recommend corroseal. here's how my exterior paint job ended up








now on to more interior work. ceilings and walls come next, followed by floor and furniture.
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Floor is luxury vinyl planking in the wall material is a mishmash of pallets and old flooring


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Old 10-10-2019, 03:48 PM   #3
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ceiling walls and floor are done.

next up is interior furnishing. behind the driver will be the bar/stove/refrigerator.

bar is gonna be live edge and house a stove, i acquired this one for it.



underneath the bar will be the refrigerator and power storage

behind that will be seating all the way back.

to the left will be the wood burning stove and more seating.
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Old 10-10-2019, 03:59 PM   #4
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Looks great, Galleon.
That stove is the exact model I'm planning on. It's compact size is perfect for "Shorties", and using it "indoors" doesn't scare me in the least.

Have you used it yet?
I'm interested in how well the oven works. Some of the user feedback on amazon give it mixed reviews, but most are using it outdoors...
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i haven't used it yet, its still in the box it came in. its going to get installed into a countertop like this





with the refrigerator under the counter. i did lots of research on the stove and it received pretty good reviews. i snagged it from cabelas on sale for around 180 or so
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i haven't used it yet, its still in the box it came in. its going to get installed into a countertop like this





with the refrigerator under the counter. i did lots of research on the stove and it received pretty good reviews. i snagged it from cabelas on sale for around 180 or so
Make/Model of the stove please?
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camp chef deluxe outdoor camp oven


they have a good deal on them right now at Steep&Cheap
and good reviews on Amazon
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