Excellent! Fairly inexpensive mini-vans are pretty easy to find and can be converted for all kinds of uses. This doesn't look like a Chrysler/Plymouth/Dodge. Maybe a Ford?@Biro asked for photos of my van conversion project, so here goes. I am trying to keep this as minimalist, inexpensive, and low impact as possible - for a variety of reasons.
I am starting with a real "beater" van, after getting the one "do this NOW" item done on the van, the next step was removing the middle seats - I am keeping the third row stowed away for now. I have a 5x7' rug and a cabinet from Restore that will hold the water works and have room for the stove.
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All seats raised. Standard configuration minivan.
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Third row stowed, second row being removed. Note the rug and cabinet.
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The word in town is that it’s going to be a month’s worth in one day tomorrow.Wild weather on the NSW east coast. The mid north coast is copping it really bad, we are getting hammered but nothing like that. @rayvonn Sydney may be copping a rain bomb today (if it hasnt already)
Intense, constant rainfall is causing widespread flooding along the coast of NSW with a kangaroo caught in the powerful rapids just managing to escape with its life.www.abc.net.au
Likewise. And bed. The rain still hasnt stopped here, next door neighbour has a pond instead of a front yardBack to the book it is, then!