The finished body after a 6" lift, new chassis, and replacement panels on the exterior.
Another shot of the finished body repairs from the front of the trailer.
Electrical layout and wiring has been completed and PIC rigid foam insulation installed.
Aluminum foil tape to create a vapor barrier to help avoid condensaiton issues in any climate.
The beginnings of the interior furnishings.
The aft end of the coach was designed for selling product. There is a wrap around seating area for clients and a rear entrance door. You can also see the track lighting installed to showcase goods.
One of the display cases is shown here. The shelves themselves are on slides so that each one can be pulled out for better viewing of the product on display.
A second shot of the road side display area.
Here we have an overall shot of the reflected ceiling plan. A combination of recessed ceiling fixtures, track lighting, and wall sconces were used throughout the coach.
The undercounter refrigerator was custom painted .
A decorative wall sconce. 4 of these were placed throughout the trailer for accent lighting and were purchased through Rejuvenation.
The client's logo was water jet cut out of aluminum and then inset into the interior pocket doors.
Overall shot of the nearly finished front seating area.
Speakers were installed into each of th two exterior doors so that music could be played both inside and outside of the trailer by simply opening/closing the doors.
Wool, axminster carpets were purchased for the flooring. They were sent out to be professionaly cut and bound to fit around the cabinets and then installed.
Another photo of the custom designed cabinets and product display racks.
The finished front end with circular seating area, cocktail table, wet bar, and storage. Fabrics used on the seating were purchases through Kravet and Architex International
More branding details. Here the logo has been embroidered into the seat back.
A view towards the aft end of the trailer from the front seating area.
One of our custom built electrical panels.
wire baskets on slide-outs were installed into one of the cabinets to hold glasses, dishwares, and other event necessitites.
A generator was installed onto the tongue of the trailer and custom, clear rock guards were made in-house to allow the brand new paint job to show through.
This particular coach sits up higher off the ground than most, so Timeless built two sets of custom steps for each of the exterior doors.
Exterior speakers plug into a special exterior plug installed per the client's request.
This is the exterior speaker jack compartment built up underneath the coach.
A spare tire rack was welded up underneath as well.
Side shot of the custom paint job on the exterior.
Branding on the rear end of the exterior.