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If you want to have some fun... Get with Brew City Boost and have them do a custom tune for your van. If you think the 3.5 is good stock...you'll love it tuned.
Lucky... My wife "needs" a flushing toilet, shower, full kitchen, queen sized bed (or larger), place for our family to sit together and eat inside, the ability to move around with out bumping into each other, and air conditioning...lol.Just tell me you will be putting a toilet...this is a non negotiable requirement for my wife...
Steam is the Upholster's best friend they always say. i picked the hottest day of the year to steam a new headliner into a VW Karmann Ghia once. one man and a steamer in the smallest place he could find--ugh. steam really helps relax the fabric so it can be formed and either stretched or shrank. im still waiting for 2 windows which is also why i have not fully insulated the ceiling yet--no sense in streaming my insulationI noticed you using steam on that fabric you cased the first window with. Can you give some details on what was going on there and the fabric you chose?
So did you buy her a house with her own wing.Lucky... My wife "needs" a flushing toilet, shower, full kitchen, queen sized bed (or larger), place for our family to sit together and eat inside, the ability to move around with out bumping into each other, and air conditioning...lol.
You do remember I have an upholstery business dont you-ha. I actually am liking the look myself. But I left a gap in them that would be taken up with upholstery, so kind of to late to change my mind now, and I already have the fabric here (A buttload of it at that). Other side of the coin is upholstered panels also offer some sound deadening and insulationI really like the ceiling panels as is. I'd clear coat them, but that's me. A light colored wood ceiling would be nice and bright and add some visual warmth.
I'm know you have your materials selected already though. It will be sweet upholstered too.