Inner roof panels finally started

2 10 2011

We finally got the inner roof insulated (2 layers of Reimo Xtreme mats) and covered with plywood panels. The old originally white ceiling cover was torn in many places and so yellowish that it made no sense to recover it. What is still missing is the cover above the driver’s and passenger’s seats, with an opening for the radio in the middle, above the rear view mirror. Has to wait another few days.

A late summer afternoon spent on Taiga Lily.

Original ceiling cover.

Reimo Xtreme insulation glued in with double sided sticky tape.

Plywood panels screwed on top of the insulation mats.

View from windscreen. Section above driver's cabin not yet done.



3 responses

8 10 2011

Your work on the van is impressive DrH and I love the Aussie flag on the dashboard. love from down under Nola

27 10 2011

I really enjoy the seat heating in my Mini, so dont forget that for Tiga Lily! And perhaps also a steering wheel heating! 🙂 Jan

23 06 2012
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