Cut Panels: We ended up using 9 sheets of wall paneling to cover the sides, sliding door, and back doors of the van. Working in four-foot sections, we turned each panel so that our cuts would be at the bottom of the panel rather than on the sides so that we minimized seams. Most panels were cut with a Skil
The choice of paneling is a personal one. We decided to go with something that was pretty light and that had some pattern for the walls. For the ceiling we used white, but that may change to a light colored (and light weight) fabric later. We did think about wood paneling, but our last couple RV's
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The installation of ceiling and wall paneling in my 1998 Chevy Astro van with 8 ft Pine Planks in build 4 of my camper van build series.
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Various design and build challenges make shaping and securing the walls a true test of your carpentry skills. 1 Cut plywood walls with use of templates. Your walls are essentially just rectangles. However, you'll need to make some special cuts to go around the wheel wells and the curve of the back of your van.