Tancook 685 - 2003 International 3800, Blue Bird body
Pretty much done with the workshop area. Just some paint and shelves to do.  The black box on the right will be mounted under the bus.
Workbench, toolbox and electronics cabinet from the rear door.
The work bench and wash-up sink.
Version 3 of the enclosure for all the electronics.
The bucket sink in the workshop.  We can screw on a hose to the faucet for cleaning the solar panels.
View from the entryway.  The shower and bathroom are behind the 'brick' wall.  The door in the back on the left slides behind the shower, is skinned...
Galley area with couch in the background that pulls out into a full sized bed.
Propane stove and oven.  There are two coolers in the cabinet to the left on drawers.
Old tool chest to disguise the inverter/charger.
Our electrical panel - 3000w pure sine wave inverter/125 amp charger, 40w MTTP solar charge controller, 110v sub panel, 12v distribution panel, cut...
Electrical layout, round 1.
Side view of the panels.
Solar panels mounted.
2018 IC Propane bus fuel mileage display with 4400 miles and 133 hours.
2018 IC Propane bus fuses and relays.
The sliding door in its open position.  There will be a wall covering it, eventually.  Still have to buy and attach the sliding hardware for it.
Sliding door between the living quarters and workshop roughed in.  It has one of the original bus windows in it.  I think we'll skin both sides with...
Clear lenses installed - outer pair will be controlled with a switch in the workshop, the inner pair will be wired with the backup lights.
Having fun on the ice....
Some interior framing
Two air seats
hood ornament, in progress
Battery box
Our solar bank.  No way was I going to carry these things around.
500 lbs of lead in the trunk of our 2015 Fiat 500.  We only had to drive about 50 miles so it wasn't too bad.
 

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