Removal cont. 1

009After yesterday’s sofa bed, today I’ll keep it simple by only removing a few small items. Next in line is the inside luggage rack, composed of just a few strips attached thru the carpet to the subfloor. Those were gone a few minutes later.

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Originally I bought this van as a Mark III conversion van; the company is long gone but the interior is still looking fairly good. The removal of items so far has taught me how flimsy everything has been put together. I am astonished that nothing has fallen apart yet.

010In front of both wheel cases I have two cool boxes that have to go next. I took me a while to figure out, how they were connected to the walls and floor: just a few screws in strategic places. As soon as I removed them, the boxes collapsed and only a few small parts remained. I try not to use a sledge hammer, because I plan to reuse some of the materials. The wall coverings (thin plywood with a cloth cover) will return with a new cover, as needed. Since the walls are curved and difficult to apply, this will save me a lot of time and effort.

011I have to find out after 20 years, that the boxes were really insulated and even had tubing to the outside to expose of the melted ice.

012Flimsy attachments.

 

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014More and more space.

 

 

 

After yesterday’s sofa bed, today I’ll keep it simple by only removing a few small items. Next in line is the inside luggage rack, composed of just a few strips attached thru the carpet to the subfloor. Those were gone a few minutes later.

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