Trey was able to finish the fuel line last week. Luckily a guy here in town had some 7/16 FI hose that we needed & only charged us $5! A friend of mine came over Saturday and helped me get the flooring in. We sanded/cleaned the interior, primed, covered with Reflectix, and lay cut plywood down. We had to work with 2 awkward sizes so the floor is made of a few pieces rather than just one. Once we lay the flooring down though, you'll never notice. :P
We also put up the crazy side tent. This side attaches to the sliding door of the westy when it's open: creating a little room. It's pretty cool and even has a floor to it! It took some time to figure out how to put it up. But with some searching we were able to figure it out. Crazy German engineering! But I found the website Tents for Breadloaves- because VWs sort of look like bread loaves... Trey and I have notices this as well. But overall the tent is in great condition. The screen part of the front "door" was ripped, but I sewed it up:
And here's the crazy striped "front door":
Its crazy but I love it anyways! It has some mildew spots that I have to clean and one more tear I spotted yesterday that needs to be sewn...
I'm almost finished recovering the upper trim with the fabric I bought from Goodwill (picture below: the off white fabric with orangey designs/frill) And the Mushroom fabric I bought for just $4/yard will be the curtains. I'm slacking on sewing them but I figure I have some time to do that. This evening after work I plan to get the trim in, so I'll take some pictures and post them soon!