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It would not be difficult to assemble an easily disassembled/moved dog place between the seats or incorporating both the seat and the space between. A made-to-fit soft duffel full of soft things like clothes or linen? Double duty.
Put swivels on both front seats. When swiveled, the seat backs are near the windshield, making the cab part of the living spaceónot closed off at all. Lots of photos here on the forum. Even if you found a bench that swiveled, you would not be able to swivel it or the driver seat while sitting in it. As a woman traveling alone, I consider the ability to keep the doors locked a critical safety issue.
Bed for grandma is a minor issue easily addressed. Even in my completed 136Ē, if I needed another bed I could make one. For example, when the front seats are swiveled, a bed could fit over their bases.
RD is correct. We can help you more efficiently if we know what your goals are. And as many of us have learned, articulating the goals is a critical early step. Bear in mind, though, as many of us have also learned, goals can morph. You just have to start somewhere.