Chessie - 2003 International 3800, Blue Bird body
The Italian Job!
Finally painted it this week.
New, cleaner switch and radio layout.
Only managed to get one switch moved today.  If the wires from the two on the very bottom (Heater pump and Rear heater) are long enough I will try to...
Decided to tackle the switch layout.  The plan is to consolidate them to the right to make room for a radio.  No idea why they spread them all over...
Rear door lock.
New insulation installed.
Trimmed 2" foam board ready to install.
Original wall insulation.
Rear door lock, in action.
Rear door lock, locked.
Rear door lock, open.
Sub floor going down!
Furring strips and insulation in place.
I used one of the 100" chair rails I removed from the floor (and 2 clamps) as a fence for cutting the furring strips.  Yeah, I know the picture is...
Phase 1 of furring strips.
Painted floor and bolt holes sealed with windshield goop.
Flooring removed from the living space, 16.5' long.  Not too much rust to deal with.
Here is the air horn access panel in the closed position.
I needed to make a removable panel in order to get to the air horn mounts and fittings.  It will be screwed in place, but swings down when needed.
Finished ceiling!
Ceiling is done and both metal strips above the windows are back in place.
Both hatch trim pieces in place.
Had to trim the ceiling boards just a bit for the front hatch.  It was a little off center, or at least compared to the rear one.
The rear hatch trim back in place.

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