:Wow1: You didn't crush it bouncing around?My big ole but would have have took mine out first bump.Pocket posting while MegAmbo-ing in the Florida Keys.. Oops.
:iagree:I'd say. Your butt doesn't make much sense. No more red bull for you.
:iagree:Chris, we NEED more pictures. Are we going to have to wait for a feature? Excellent work on V4.
What you see on the outside is the upper half of the door. The lower half is on the inside.OK, I'm trying to figure out the door set up. I see a portal on the passanger side when it's in the down position, but what's it look like in the up position ?
Yup, mine too ... does that rear dinette convert to a bed? Seems like that'd get you the sleeping taken care of pretty easily.A dual cab version with sleeping for four would suit my needs nicely
I like that idea too. If the spare tire was moved to the rear, there looks like almost enough room to make that 3 door version without increasing the rear overhang. There are tons of truck and van seat arrangements that would allow 6 or even 7 passengers. Maybe even a pickup truck sliding window to allow pass-thru to the XP?Now for the double cab; maybe start with a barn-door model body, and section it just aft of the front half of the side door ... use the latching part of the rear half of the side door (welded in place) and a cap/closeout similar to V4. Unless you really felt a street-side (for those of us that drive on the right - sorry grimbo) rear door was needed, you could call it good there (makes it sound so easy ... :snorkel. The other alternative could be to take the rear half (b-pillar back) of a similar vintage F-Series and graft it onto a cutaway van ... don't know how/if the body sizes (cross-sections) would match up, though.