Lexus LX470 Conversion - Part 4

(above) Mike wanted a durable finished deck...I found an interlocking composite floor tile that met that need and fit the aesthetic of the Lexus...On the rest of the surfaces that got covered I used carpet...

(above) The lower rear panel is birch and got a couple coats of tung oil...

(above) All the carpet was applied with pressure sensitive adhesive ...
The pulls for the doors and drawers is black nylon cord...

(above) The access door is narrow, yet functional...

(above) Aluminum L-metal covered the carpet seams at the corners...Each piece of aluminum trim is a single piece, with a pair of 45 degree cuts into just one side of the corner, then folded over and screwed in place...Doing it like that removes the sharp corner edge...safer...

(above) Load 'er up... 

(above) The bed section half way folded over...

(above) The stainless steel, carpet and composite flooring really work well in here...Seems like a factory option...

The bed section is fully folded out here...

(above) The access hatch is there...See the hinge...barely...???...The flooring panel lifts out and the hidden door lifts up...all while maintaining a flush, flat floor...
  
(above) Looking into the curb side wheel well storage bay...The 12VDC outlet is for the fridge...

(above) Looking through the rear driver side access door into the wheel well storage bay...

(above) The battery / inverter...More storage can go in there...

(above) Looking under the sink...The subwoofer fires right at the sink...Maybe it could turn out to be a sub-sonic cleaner...???...

(above) Detail of  the soldered-on sink tailpiece...I used epoxy to join the elbow to the drop...

(above) Inverter under the fridge zone...The open area to the left gives the rear AC enough air...

(above) I covered the exposed metal on the wheel wells with carpet...The power panel was placed here for easy on/off control while inside the vehicle...

That's it... Fini...