Lookin great!Your interior lighting is fulfilling. Is it "all on" or switched for passenger half and driver half like our spot lights are setup? Irene likes to have her spot light on while I drive.At the moment, wires taped to the windshield. It is going to be 'all on', but with pushbuttons top center to defeat either/both sides ceiling lights. There is going to be a separate 'spot' for navigator/asst. driver use. If the brightness becomes an issue, a dimmer could be easily added. I love the brightness for those lights, however. In my interior picture, the messed up headliner is where the back-up monitor used to be mounted. I ditched the center mirror and relocated the monitor there, then mounted the ScanGuage-II on top of it. One day I might muster up the time to walk through a big junk yard in search of something that could be mounted there, a shallow cubby-hole of sorts to cover-up the damaged headliner. Mine has a cutout in the original support like something was there... but no wires or screw holes to suggest what. There is no support plate back there yet, or if one was it is gone. Is there a solid mounting surface behind yours? (I just noticed you dont use an interior mirror. I like mine, it does allow monitoring the trailer.) BTW: If your grille paint job doesn't hold up, I think brand new knock-off Ford 2006 front grilles sell cheap on Ebay.https://www.ebay.com/itm/for-2003-2004-2005-2006-2007-Ford-Econoline-Van-Front-Grille-Chrome-Platinum/143111538063?hash=item21521cc58f:g:BuoAAOSwXgxcU5ev:rk:23:pf:0Yep! Same grill, chrome and grey.(platinum) I used the 'trim' black, which I have had good luck using externally down here. The chrome is in good shape on mine, luckily. I'd love to see pictures of your side mirrors in stubby fashion, extended fashion, and folded in.I have those pictures, I was a bit loose on my time management last night and didnt get a chance to post. Will be coming up.. There is even a 'folded forward for shaving mirror' pic also. If memory serves me right, there is some double-sided foam tape holding the bumper cover to the OEM bumper. It is not only those two rivets. I would imagine the foam tape also eliminates vibration sounds.If so, the tape is long gone. The cover wiggles freely. I am going to be removing it, will see if there is evidence of tape. Seems that tape and two rivits might be a tad shy on attachment...but it did last 13 years so far.. To use the curtain, we have to fold-down the sun-visors. Phoenix may have mounted the track there so we can use the passenger swivel seat with the curtain closed. It does work so.Ah! That would be the case. We dont turn the seat around, so has not been an issue. Wouldnt mind moving it, I wonder if the track on ours is even long enough ...
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I hope never to replace the original windshield on any of our vehicles. As you are dealing with, service techs replacing windshields are careless with their sharp cutting blades removing old rubber sealant. They scrape off original body paint exposing bare steel that remains unprotected thereafter causing rust around their windshield in the years that follow.
Volkemon,I am so NOT, NOT, NOT into Facebook. I have an account but almost never use it. My only FB friends is my extended family and even then all the Facebook notifications were so overwhelming that I had to turn off notifications from even my family. I don't need to know every detail of every day. I actually hate using Face Book. If you want to connect with me, I am right here. My email address is available through the PC forum member list.Ron Dittmer