Once Jonathon and the team completed building me up into an awesome overland traveller it was time to get the interior storage space sorted and make sure Matt and Sarah were going to be comfortable (or as comfortable as they could be in a 1968 Morris Minor Traveller). Declan, Hannah's (Matt and Sarah's eldest) partner happens to work in the Adelphi theater and strangely enough has wood working skills agreed to take on making Matt's design a reality. Unfortunately he had Matt helping which maybe why it took a bit longer than expected.
So, Matt measured up Paul's frame and obtained and painted the woodwork in readiness for Declan's visit. The floor of the main storage area is 18mm moisture resistant MDF with the bulkhead 12mm moisture resistant MDF. 6mm 'flexible' MDF was used for the sides and ceiling as well as headlining in the cab. Unfortunately Matt's measuring skills left a lot to be desired and Declan needed to trim the floor sections before they could be fitted which meant that there was a little delay before the main work could begin.
Once the floor was in work started on the interior proper. Roof sections cut, bulkhead created and then the whole lot was put together to create a great usable space.
So now other than minor cosmetic bits and pieces we are good to go.