Der Chef der Fahrzeuge
Keep up the already-incredible-progress Paul. Amazing what one man can do in a few weeks compared to what an entire team didn't at Red Cannon Expedition in 7+months.
Having a hard time visualizing the rear window situation... You want to be able to step from the tailgate, through the window, into the top...???...Paul, know many of us have never met you but I think i speak for most of us. You are doing a terrific job and it is inspiring, makes me think of the possibilities. One of my thoughts is to get a roof mounted tent with the opening over the back of the jeep, then add a fold down tailgate ( there are kits) and ( here is the hard part for me any way) turn the rear window into a split rear window so they could open to the side allowing access from the tail gate to the sleeping area up top. Only thing is I have no idea how to build a split window form a solid one. Any thoughts? keep up the great work!
I had that thought at first too; but then I thought, well, for someone who likes surfing and being near the ocean... there really can't be too much freshwater for rinsing people and things, can there? Maybe some of it is planned for that purpose.Do you really need a 25 gallon water tank? For a vehicle meant for one, max two people that seems to be a lot.
My thought is that if you go out and decide to stay away for a while, water is the one thing you would not want to run out of... Forty gallons of fuel can get you well away and back again, the solar and batteries cover the fridge and there is still plenty of space for storage and an absurd amount of creature comforts... And you don't have to always run with the water tank full...I had that thought at first too; but then I thought, well, for someone who likes surfing and being near the ocean... there really can't be too much freshwater for rinsing people and things, can there? Maybe some of it is planned for that purpose.