60% finished G20 Van project...codenamed Gladiator!!
Ok, here we go:
This outside front of the van. You can see the external power panel.
This is a close-up of the external power connection I installed to use at either home or a campsite equipped with electricity.
From the rear with the doors fully open.
The front area where computer and back-up cam are displayed.
A close-up of the actual display.
The back-up camera display. My digital camera doesn't see the display properly and so only shows a small line. Trust me. It works!
This is the back-up camera, mounted just above the third stopping light on the top of the van.
A peek inside the camera housing.
The computer is actually mounted next to the winch, just behind the driver/passenger area.
This is the rooftop mounted WiFi antenna, made by Hawking.
Loading the bike now.
The winch is taut and ready to pull the bike up the ramp, once I put down the camera and go to make sure it is steady. The entire process of loading takes about minutes.
The bike is loaded, secured, and ready for transport to wherever I want.
I have ample room to play with, to the point I could load an additional street bike or even a couple of dirtbikes. This doesn't take into account how much gear I can store. Helmets, gloves, jackets, mechanical parts, and camping gear are all stored on the metal shelving unit.
This internal webcam gives me a visual on the condition of the bike or bikes at all times on the computer screen. I can see whether they have shifted or if adjustments need to be made just by looking at the screen.