RodBangkok Maybe too late now, but I'd recommend using closed end pop rivets, and to back this up an adhesive rubber sealing button, especially for any roof rivets. The buttons go over the hole on the outside you then just push the rivet thru to button and it gets compressed down, that with the closed end rivets gives you a waterproof seal.
daddywoofdawg You could always paint the hood.
so...change of plans, I got an excellent deal on a 2004 Utilimaster with a ford engine, hardly any miles (was government vehicle) so I'm dumping the IH and I should have the new one up in a month.
roll up rear, so I will be taking it off and sealing the back.
pnwchef Hey, looking good bro........I like pre order...........2 Shoyu Chicken, two scoop rice and Macaroni salad.............good luck with the van.......pnwc
SantacruzTacoCo Hi reese, I do have the list and locations, I'll be using an electric water heater, since our sanitation dept isn't too strict I'm pretty sure I can pass if not then I'll have to run the water lines under and across the truck. I like your build BTW have you started cooking yet?
SantacruzTacoCo hey thanks for coming by and sorry I haven't been here for quite a while. we have an extended breakfast menu at that location so next time you stop by try it!