Forty-Nine...

(above)   As I mentioned in the previous post, the new work and the plastic tray got fiberglassed to make the whole unit solid...


(above)   The driver side tray did too...By glassing that bottom edge, it locked the tray to the bar and removed the flex that is common to molded plastic...These two glassed units got sanded smooth and were painted black...

(above)   Another test fit...The tablet computer is set just low/high enough to not obscure any of the view...


(above)   I removed the mirror with the intent of installing the ham radio to it...I found a better place instead...

(above)   On the bar between the driver side tray and the center console...


(above)   The ceiling in the rear cabin was covered with some vertical grain douglas fir veneer...Pressure sensitive, peel and stick adhesive was used between the existing plywood and the veneer...


(above)   Thin copper roof flashing was PSA'd and cut to tapered wedges and a disc...

(above)   Then with the help of Mike Cummins installed over the fir veneer...Tomorrow the area below the sun will get a rolling hills pattern made of zebrawood veneer...

(above)   The sketch we worked off of...

(above)   I did some mixing of parts to make a flexible neck reading light...The head is an LED light I found at Lowes as a clip on lamp...it was wired for 120VAC, but the plug in convert changed the voltage to 12VDC...So I cut the adapter off and wired it to the base/dimmer of another flex light that was in the pile of stuff...It will be installed up near the pull-out bed and can be moved to be used as a reading light there, and also for when you are reading on the bench seat...It's extremely bright, so the dimmer will be useful to control the intensity...

(above)   Rear view cameras and a ScanGuage...

(above)   The seat backs need a strap to join them solidly to each other...There is a lot of design and refine...

(above)   The floor got another coat of tung oil...

(above)   The retrieval gear needs to find a home...Probably on the roof rack...

(above)   Fittings for ceiling tie downs...


(above)   And there is more leather left for use up front...

More later...