Finally getting around to posting up some pictures of a drawer system extension I completed on President's Day and took thru it's maiden voyage on a 4 day expedition out to Anza Borrego this past week. First I'll say my craftmanship is not close to the workmanship and quality of Jeff Kaufman, who's rear drawer system is the basis for my extension. I have his sleeper extension, but wanted more built in storage space and still wanted the sleeping extension for when the 2nd row seats are out. I'd already put a piece of oak plywood under my ARB fridge (will get around to the Slee Fridge slider some day). What I did was design something that bolts into the four bolt holes from the seat and seat latches from the 2nd row seats. On the PS, I just built a flat extension out to the rear of the front seats. Great place to just put 'stuff'. On the DS I built a storage compartment with an hinged top. It extends out from the end of Jeff's drawer all the way to the back of the drivers seat. For this construction I used 3/4" birch laminated plywood. Maple is to hard to find in SoCal, so I couldn't match Jeff's wood. All the sides and corners are held together with nothing but 3/8 dowels and wood glue and it's very, very sturdy. All this was built with nothing but a skill saw, router, drill, dowel jig from the FIL, and wood glue. Hinges are european type cabinet hinges. I only had time for two coats of spar urethane prior to this trip, so I've got one more sanding and coating of urethane now that I'm back. I have to say for an amature woodworker, it turned out pretty damn well. Total cost was about $80 for a couple sheets of 4'x8' birch plywood, hinges, longer bolts and urethane. FIL supplied the dowels and jig. I also had room on the front of the thing to mount a fire extinguisher. First pic is on sawhorses in the garage so you can see the flat PS piece and the compartment with extinguisher. Second and third pic are of the flat piece on the PS.