Today was a slow day in the way of progress because we had a 9am appointment at a local mechanic to do some of the more complicated removal work for us (two heaters and an AC unit from the rear). Since we'd already separated and organized all the seat cushions from the steel bench seat skeletons, we headed over to the scrap metal recycling center first thing in the morning.
300 lbs lighter and 9 whole dollars richer (apparently scrap steel doesn't go for much these days), we were headed towards the mechanic to drop off Stubbs
Sadly, there was an unexpected funeral for some of the good folks at the shop, so Stubbs wouldn't be free until the afternoon. We took the opportunity to drive over to the transfer station to dump the trashed seat cushions before dropping her back off at the mechanics.
The day wasn't wasted after that, as we had an entire Campbulance to empty out and prep for possible sale. Ideally, we'd like to get her cleaned out and washed up to looking a bit nicer before we post photos online and officially list her.
Because they weren't able to start work until much later than planned, only one of the heaters was fully removed with its lines capped off. We'll take Stubbs back on Monday to have that work completed as well as *hopefully* getting an alternator switch put in for the deep cycle batteries. We have far too much work to get done with a short timeline, so we picked Stubbs up this evening and will take her back after the weekend.