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Old 09-08-2004, 02:42 PM   #1
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'67 Overlander Interior ReHab Pics

I'm about 80-90% through an interior rehab on my Overlander, and posted some pics here: http://www.chrisbastian.com/updates/betty

I opened up the space a bit and built it out the way I wanted it laid out. It's far from "correct", but the space works pretty well for a couple.
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Old 09-08-2004, 03:48 PM   #2
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...Also note the new propane ceramic radiant heater. Pretty high tech and real efficient...
My gawd man! What will you do without the magazine rack?!?

Looks very nice; I know how difficult it is to find maple thick enough to make countertops.

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Old 09-09-2004, 03:33 PM   #3
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My gawd man! What will you do without the magazine rack?!?

Looks very nice; I know how difficult it is to find maple thick enough to make countertops.

Tom
I actually moved the mag rack to the rear, next to the dresser..... Couldn't live without it.

I cheated on the countertops. They're not solid maple. They're glued up composites of plywood core & maple surfaces.
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Old 09-09-2004, 04:09 PM   #4
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Wow! ...just.... Wow!

Thanks for the motivation...

Wow!
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Old 09-09-2004, 05:50 PM   #5
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OK. I'm over the shock now. Wow... oh my... Just TOO beautiful.
I'd like to know a couple things...

Is that an oven or a dishwasher next to the reefer?
Where's the gorgeous stove-top from?
I assume you built the overheads? If so, do you have patterns for the ends?

wow... just... wow...
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Old 09-09-2004, 06:01 PM   #6
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OK. I'm over the shock now. Wow... oh my... Just TOO beautiful.
I'd like to know a couple things...

Is that an oven or a dishwasher next to the reefer?
Where's the gorgeous stove-top from?
I assume you built the overheads? If so, do you have patterns for the ends?

wow... just... wow...
1. Thats the original oven with a "hammered texture" dark gray paint job (was brown). Rustoleum sells the paint and it works great for covering up old crappy finishes.
2. Would you believe J.C. Whitney for about $100? The cooktop is nice, and it has real RV-style "stay in place" grates on it.
3. The overheads are stock, with custom end caps. I built them by making cardboard templates (which I unfortunately tossed out) and using pieces of the original end walls (which were in bad shape) Same goes to the half-wall at the front of the street side counter and between the bed and the kitchen counter, except that I used 1/4" plywood and painted it with the same zolotone look-alike pattern that came from rolling on some off-white interior latex and then lightly fogging it with automotive "splatter" trunk paint. Sounds half-assed (and I suppose it is), but the finished product looks like the big "z", except it's off-white with light/dark gray texture. In other words, a lot brighter than the original and easy to touch up.
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Old 09-09-2004, 07:35 PM   #7
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What did you do to the walls? They look so bright!
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