Got the water tank and new Bargman filler installed. It came without fittings installed so I had to do a lot of careful measuring. Also got part of the tall closet installed. It looks amazing, a blend of old and new wood.. Will post pictures when it is light out.
All wiring is finally in. Now I can close up the street side wall and begin installing cabinets. I've worked six days strait on this project. Tall cabinet only needs a new top door for the microwave area and face frame for kitchen base is done. No nails used. --only glue and dowels. The old one is on the left. I am sooooo enjoying the finish carpentry. Ready to restore a spartan now!
Eight days straight from sunup to sundown. Heckuva way to spend vacation but I imagine camping on the beach in spring. More wall panels up, all wiring done and tested and ready for breaker panel. Installed killer dimmer switch for not yet installed dinette light. Switch plates on, sort of expensive but worth it. One mor wall panel let and I can install the overhead cabinet and start wiring breaker box. So much happening and this stuff is all so easy after framing. I can do cabinets and laminate in my sleep....
Got the wiring done. Worked from morning thro the dark with a headlamp. Just need a 30a inlet adapter to test it out. Also built the microwave shelf. Will post the panel tomorrow if anyone is interested.
And then there was light. Fired up the breaker box, crossed my fingers and prayed nothing would explode or catch fire. Dang, I wired a breaker panel! Now to get a battery and converter for the 12v portion.
More progress. Built luggage door from scratch, installed reading light (12v), and installed backsplash but I need another sheet (20bucks a sheet, bummer). Please read my electrical question in the electrical section. I have a shocking problem....
The curved trim is made of a flexible material from Home Depot. The ceiling trim is from lowes and matches the original. It's sort of fluted but in reverse. I think the curved is about a half inch wide.