No worries, I can understand the family thing. Fortunately I have all of my family here to bother me anytime they want.
So I did some more "work"
last night and tore into inspection, cleanup and some interior removal. I have one tire that won't seal the bead (they will be replaced anyhow) and decided to pull it, so while I had the bus sitting on a jack stand I thought I would check out the rear brakes
Not bad for being older than I am, and I would bet the shoes are OEM.
So then I decided to do a quick test see how the plastics would clean up.
Just a sample of the dash
I actually did the whole cab dash, but it was too dark for pics when I finished it up.
I moved onto the rear passengers area and cleaned it up and removed the interior.
Remenants of the AC that was installed
Pulled back the nasty outdoor carpet and found that the OEM rubber mat was underneath
Pulled out the back seat
Got the rear hatch to open finally...the grease had turned to a solid mass
All those little bits are years of rotting insect corpses
After the rear was moderately cleaned up I moved to the front
Stripped all the rubber bits and the passengers seat, and then vac'd out the floor. Found a nice set of Craftsman needle nose pliers under the rubber floor
It was starting to storm and get dark, but I was able to get a couple more shots before I had to go inside, then go back to work to fix some issues with the power outage
A pile of parts
It's quick work and super easy to clean up. More to be done later.