Hi Guys I haven't posted anything for ages and so thought it was about time I put up some pictures of the Interior mods I've made to my HJ60. We'd been travelling around with just a mattress in the back and the rear seats out, but then we had a baby and so I had to try and work out how on earth to fit 2 adults, 1 baby, a fridge, all the camping gear (chairs, stove etc.), a decent size bed, a cot and still have space to breathe! First thing was to take out the rear seats and install the new front console I made. (I've got some pics of this that I'll upload later) Next was to build up the front legs of the bed that had a lid for the front console and 2 flaps that will fold out to extend the length of the bed (it'll make more sense as it goes along) This next pic show the flaps in more detail. I got the spring loaded hinges from a caravan shop and they lock in place either open or closed. This leg assembly slots into the front console. As you can see the seats fold forward and the flaps fold up to fill in the gap, when you fold the flap down you can then fold the seat back to its normal position. Then I slotted 2 horizontal beams across to the rear roller draws. (I haven't got any pics of the roller draws being made unfortunately but later on I've added some more detailed shots of them.) and placed a flat panel across the top. Then I put the seat back in on the other side. As you can see it folds down below the level of the panels. So basically thats the 3 seats in, usually I have a baby seat in the rear for the little guy. When I want to turn it all into a bed I simply place a piece of wood across on top of the seat that slots into the roller drawers at the rear and the legs at the front. and I've made a panel that folds up (so I can store it easily) that sits across the top. When that panel isn't being used it stores away on top of the roller drawers. Securely attached with webbing straps so it doesn't collect the little guy in the back of the head whenever I brake! The view form the back of the car shows how much bed space there is. Its a s wide as a queen size and about a foot longer. There is a fridge to one side though but I sleep on that side and I hardly notice it at all. The fridge is on rollers bought from a kitchen/ hardware supplies place and the same with the big roller drawer Last thing was a couple of shots of the front console, 1st one showing the Inverter attached on the end. and this one showing the main storage space and the map pocket. The big space goes all the way down to the floor and holds a laptop, camera, wallets etc. or at a pinch almost an entire case of beer! It locks usinga window lock I got cheap from the local hardware store. Everything is basically plywood coated with carpet I got cheap from a wholesale place that had overruns and leftovers. If I was to do it again it would be really cheap but it ended up costing quite a bit (in both money and time) because I was basically making it all up as I went along and had to redo everything about 15 times! I hope you like it. I'm going to post some pics tomorrow of the hanging cot I made that folds down from the roof over the foot end of the bed for our baby to sleep in. We've used it all a few times now and it works a treat!