I turned my standard independently swinging doors into a single door. I have a video link to it at the end of this message but keep in mind I'm not done with the finishing touches yet. I plan to do a video when it's totally finished and I will try my best to explain every step of the way and how it was done, tools used, and pros and cons to the project.
One great thing about changing my door is that now I have a lot more room in the front because I'm able to remove the swinging door handle, that long rod that attached to the door, and all of those switches, lights, and buttons.
There is no glove-box in my bus, just a panel - so I remounted those switches and lights onto it (pic included here).
Also, about 3 feet of the end of my tail pipe rusted in half and was dangling by the mount. I chopped it off and bought 3 sections of pipe with muffler clamps and mounted it to my trailer hitch with a small 90 degree bracket (pic also included). I realize that I could have gone to the muffle shop and got a straight pipe but they were further away and I thought it would be more expensive.
Some of the things I still need to do to the door: cover the drilled holes, paint the metal portions black, attach a spring-chain to the top so it stops it from opening too far too fast, and I plan to add a latching pole on the inside which will be able to move up and into holes in the top and bottom.
I also bought 4 Trojan T-105RE batteries, that will give me 8 all together and I'll have a 450 amp hour/500 watt system.
Door Video: https://youtu.be/hKe2HjpXZzo