The end of the major build-in construction project for my Mv McVansion is in sight. All the major built in cabinetry is constructed and installed. Next comes the 110 vac and 12 vdc wiring and the 245 amp hour, deep cycle, AGM battery. Most of the rest of the work is the refinements. I'll detail those as I implement them.
The best part is that it's cozy and comfortable.
So, here are the latest photos:
|First was the installation of the base for the Visa porta potty and the Black & Decker refrigerator. I had this installed when I went on the last Long Island and New Jersey trip to keep the potty from sliding around the van while driving|
|This is a closer shot of the porta potty cabinet. When it's closed it's designed to be an additional work space or, with a cushion on top, a seat.|
|With the top and front removed, a process that takes about 15 seconds, the porta potty is ready to serve the purpose for which it was designed. It's also easily removable to dump at an sewage dump facility.|
This project has taken a lot more time than I thought it would, but I'm pleased with how it's turning out. Taking the extra time has allowed me to work out the layout and individual parts of the entire space as I've been constructing the vehicle. Since I'll be spending a lot of time in My McVansion, comfort, utility, efficiency and pleasant surrounding are important. I believe I've created a very functional "tiny house" with an adequate amount of homeyness.