I will use some "J" panel trim in satin anodize (matches the 80/20 roof rack) http://www.prohmi.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=A604-8 .Attached with 3m . Will carefully put a slight curve in it over the pass door .
Luckily I live close enough either i can pick up (on the way back camping on Mt Diablo) or they will deliver on their north bay run .
They supply glass shops , etc .
The view west is magnificent at sunset , sunrise from the peak is also . On a clear day one can see 2/3 of California . 1/2 hour from home , you can't hear a peep from the billion people down below . Can be warmer up top than down below . Winter months aren't to busy at the campground .
Juniper Campground .
One of the most stunning conversions I've ever seen, and I've seen just about every one on YouTube! Really, just beautiful. I LOVE the wood beams. It's an extra detail that clearly makes the van your very own. We have a 136" wb also, but our roof isn't high, otherwise we would do beams too! Awesome job! Meg
We finished our build around May - It took us 3 months to get the van as we custom ordered it with the options we wanted. It arrived in Mid December, so we had to try and build it during the winter months. That was brutal! We have tried to maximize space and functionality in a...
Many of us got vans to take us to pretty places, where we could then take pictures of the van. I thought it might be fun to share some pictures of your van in the wild. I'm afraid my initial contribution will be of my former Transit, but hopefully I can add some Promaster pictures in the next...
This forum has helped me a ton when i decided to buy a new PM and build it out for whatever comes my way. It's turning 2 in July and as some may come to realize if you are doing it yourself it's almost always going to be "in progress".
Anyway, I haven't made any significant additions...