Slow progress, but progress nonetheless. Jef and I finally took the headliner down, and we were pleasantly surprised that there were no booby traps underneath it. Removing the headliner meant that we could finally remove the last remaining seat belts, and the Removing Extra Interior Stuff stage is about 3/4 complete.
The rear a/c unit continues to sit in the corner, taunting me. As tempted as I am to rip into it, when Jef’s uncle (a man of incredible knowledge) sends me an email in all caps saying, “BE VERY CAREFUL!!!!” with four exclamation points, I know when to listen. Unless it proves to be cost prohibitive, I will have a professional remove the unit for me.
The seat rails continue to bruise my knees as I duck walk and crawl around the van. I won’t worry about those until after everything else is taken care of. One thing at a time.
The headliner for the Chevy Express is one big giant piece of molded foam. If it is not handled carefully it has the potential to fold and develop unsightly creases, which is why Jef is holding it up with his back in the video.
I forgot to focus the camera. I look better blurry anyway. Digital beer goggles.