I think a modification of that extent will include compromises and risks.Some vanlifers are thinking full time living in their CT, I’m going to be using it as my everyday vehicle for a family of five. Then occasionally camp trips for the misses and me.
so all that would be required is cutting out the bulkhead under the window with a plasma cutter (assuming there are no wires or other reasons) so we can both slide under the rear seats from the cab to the double bed in the vault.
Then a removable kitchen that would sit on the rear seats. With water tank and induction hob. It would be great if the front seats could swivel round but I hope it’s possible to sit rear facing on the middle arm rest, your head would be at the highest point in the cab
Which YouTube? I can’t see it?Also, it won’t be happening from under the rear seats
Let’s just say a person wanted to take a plasma cutter to a structural bulkhead in their CT - for that hole to marry with the bed floor, that hole would be directly behind and above the level of the rear seat bottom, necessitating removal of the rear seats
that said, I’d watch this YouTube
while the patent drawing is of the OG prototype so in the release truck things may have changed at the margins:yes it will probably need the rear seats removed but I wondered about just folding the them up as can be seen here.
I don’t see why you still could not have an opening in the bulkhead.while the patent drawing is of the OG prototype so in the release truck things may have changed at the margins:
the above in mind, look back at your photos of the rear seats folded up, in relation to eg the top of the rear tire - which is roughly the location of the bed floor