Sprinter PA 14 Motor Home Build (More lights, curtains rear storage shelf cladding, toilet, cladding, painting, varnishing, other bits and bobs, mattress)

Sprinter PA 14 Motor Home part 9:

So here we are getting close to the end of the build. this van was finished some time ago but due to work, family and wanting to fish these posts have been on hold.

I decided I needed to add some tables within the living space of the van I decided to fit some removable tables.

After I decided where I wanted them to go in the van.

I shopped around and ordered the tabletops and stands and got them fitted.

I moved on to the rear to fit a storage shelf and some more lights and the toilet.

Laying some fake wood vinyl around the toilet area and clad the walls of the “toilet area”.

Painting some of the other bits to tidy it up was next on the list to do.

Camper blackout curtains were purchased from the interwebs. After some minor modifications, including changing the size and width to fit the various sizes of windows in the van.

Painting the window frames with the same waterproof blue bathroom paint I used in the sink area. I didn’t want any condensation to affect the wood.

Followed by varnishing more of the cladding.

Sprinter PA 14 Motor Home part 9:

First: Searching around on the interwebs for some storage pockets took some time. I was happy with what I bought.

Second: I found some little bits and bobs to help add to the feel of the van. A couple of small carp mirrors. A large mirror and a large vinyl carp logo to go above my bed.

I fixed all these in positions where I was happy they would be most useful and out the way.

I took delivery of my double (short “like me”) mattress.

The short double is an exact match (very handy lol) and I stuffed it into place.

Please note: Due to various jobs at this time on the van there will be a muddle in the pictures so please bear this in mind thanks.


Porta Potti with an electric flush in Sprinter Motor Home part

Thanks for reading and stay tuned for the next instalment for the build.

If you missed the last instalment of the build click here:

Thanks, Harley@Proanglerkayak.fishing

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