Next step is complete! We got the 16 gauge hot rolled steel mounted with 5/8″ long x 3/16″diameter rivets on all 4 sides. Next we have to Grind, degrease, and paint!
Now that we enclosed Chitty Bang, she is still secured while on the road. When The deck is up and locked, someone has to make a lot of noise to lower the 300lb deck and then break into the bus on the rear. It is an awesome space to store stuff and enjoy the views, but it’s also a safety feature!
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