Mr. Breeze
Here is my bus today...
The generator I'd like to have power the bus
Lettering on front
Lettering on rear
Lettering was very easy...
Applying the lettering
With furniture an curtains (at night most folks like to "black out" the inside)..
Black out curtains (Duvetyne Commando cloth)
Cleaned up the gaps now- pretty dark in there in the daytime now...
Blackout...
I forgot to take pictures when laying the carpet...This was the first "configuration"...Changes up depending on how many need to be...
Comfy config....Of course there is some bounce to it!
Reclining chair...
1/2" Plywood over the framing and foam board
Entrance edge (has a little threshold over the carpet on that lip now)
All plywood down
Added a little threshold over the carpet at all entry/exit points
Getting the plywood laid out
My buddy who helped in the conversion...I think he likes it...
Used 1/2" foam board to insulate. Almost forgot to take pictures here again. I had to cut the pieces to fit the wood frame that is attached to the...
Foam boarded front to back...
And of course no pictures with the seats in or the lovely job of removing the seats...Lots of cutting wheels...kept all the seats though. Kinda like...
More framework...got this idea off of the forums here!
Removed the Ricon handicap lift...just took up too much room...Now I wish I could mount it back somehow outside the bus!
After the seats were out...got a lot of time with that cutting wheel getting the seats out!
First layout with furniture...
 

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