Lee and his coach are the latest graduates of the Co-op touch. This 78 Royale “center kitchen” is the stuff that dreams are made of, well at least Lee’s dreams. A 11 month project, Lee had particular ideas on the paint scheme, interior modifications as well as the fixtures, appliances, colors, A/V equipment and much more.
The dash uses a custom dash build by Mac McNeil, see more of his stuff at www.custominstrumentpanels.com . , the steering wheel is a custom built 18″ diameter burlwood & carbon fiber beauty. Colors went from the original walnut to light gray and aluminum. . Features include a new systems monitor panel complete with 110 & 12 volt digital readouts gauges, new generator remote with prime circuit, LED readout systems monitor all on the one panel. The sound system— ahhh the sound system is something special!
we have a Bose “lifestyles” 5 speaker surround sound system with powered sub woofer, the new “flat array” KVH 4 1/2″ tall full time satellite tracking Direct TV system, a combo DVD/Video tape unit all run by its on inverter (entire system will run on battery power!), we have 2 flat screen monitors the main set is a 17″ wide screen LCD model and the bedroom is a 13″ that folds away to the wall The galley is fully equipped with convection/ microwave, 2 burner LP stove, pull out sink faucet, flourescent lighting all wrapped in a modern package. We have a pocket slider door closing off the bedroom and the bedroom had special mods . It all tied together to give the look, feel and perfomance of a better than new unit. The lights, ahhhh—– the twinkies! here and well all windows had the track lighting the reflected on the metallic blue aluminum blinds to give off a 3D light show.
Detail to the exterior was extreme. a 3 color (no paint lines) buffed to a painful slick finish. . “Don’t need no stinken spare tire”– Lee has the 4 bagger Twin Zip Dee awnings blend into the paint scheme.