Acquired this vehicle around 2017, and although renovating, the rear underside was in a particlarly bad state, requiring some in depth welding and fabricating.
The dash is pretty abused, as is most of the plastic fittings on the dash. I have a 3D resin printer now and many fitting are slowly being created.
Somebody has reversed it into a wall or such like and rammed the roof ladder brackets through the rear aluminium sheeting, then numerous bodged filler repairs had left the rear end vulnerable to water ingress, so there was rotten flooring immediately below the ladder inside, hence requiring the toilet/shower to be completely removed.
After much deliberation it was decided that the aluminium sheet on the back would be replaced, all inferior/broken/non-standard fittings were discarded.
After the initial attempts at making the roof waterproof, i.e. replacing the main and rear opening skylights, I decided to rearrange my workshop and get it under cover.
The sheeting has been replaced, although so has a lot of dodgy foam which the water and corrosion had discoloured, and the internal floor repair fixed.
I can't show pouring the foam in as I had to get the top sheet of plywood on before the foam expanded.
First sheet going on.
Apparently the aluminium pattern is called stucco.
All the window mesh and sunvisor materials were replaced, as were some of the catches for opening, and closing.
with careful attention payed to spring tensions.
The adjustable air bellows looked a sorry state. So new one were ordered as were shocks, and leaf springs.
The chassis needed some work....
Needless to say it was all cut away and replaced with new...
To Be Continued... (hit the max attachments limit)