Ok stopped by the Step Van and took some pictures.
General View of Walls in the Step Van
Close up View of Rivets
View of Back Doors on step Van
One of the reasons that I bought this Step Van was the care that was taken by the company that did the customized interior. It's 1/2 inch oak and was originally trimmed out with matching oak trim. I have removed the oak trim so I could put the aluminum ceiling in. But I marked each section and it will go back up after I cover the walls with stainless steel.
And I'd like to use the foam insulation (can type) to insulate between the plywood and outer wall as my next step.
Then I'm betting that the oak plywood was glued up first and then the rivets were added. So I'm guessing I can grind the heads on the rivets off flat and apply the stainless then re-rivet that to the studs. So anyone have any thoughts on that process. Anyone, anyone....LOL
Oh and please ignore the wire hanging down in the back door photo it's from the old ceiling lights and the Christmas decoration on the counter top. The step van seems to be a catch all for storing any little thing before it finally gets taken to my garage at home.
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