Here we are working on the dropped floor.
Here's the forced air furnace sitting in the other bay.
Front view of the furnace.
This is the front closet.
Laying some epoxy resin on the dropped floor for weatherproofing.
A couple ribs for strength.
And fiberglass for strength.
So lets take care of this hole in the floor.
If we paint the dropped floor black on the outside, you'll never notice it.
It really doesn't look that bad!
Let's eyeball that with the door on!
Steve holds in the window to show us where we are headed.
Working on the under seat storage.
Two compartments, one for storage, one for electrical.
Working on the front storage compartments. These were a little tricker.
Lots of drywall screws were used.
The lids on the rear storage compartments.
The furnace plywood panel is installed. Notice the grain!
In the middle the tracks for the drawers are installed.
This is how the furnace will look when completed.
On the right is storage for a 20# propane bottle.
Top view of the furnace.
Getting ready to staple the headliner into place.
View from the rear. This is Steve's inside out construction.
Temporary brace to support the headliner.
Putting down a bead of glue on the ledge for the headliner. No gaps using this method.
Driving in the staples.
Pushing the headliner down in advance of the staples.
I wonder how long this electric stapler will last.
Headliner view from the front.