Step 1: the liners This VW Transporter’s floor is protected by a resin-coated plywood liner that forms a perfectly flat walkable surface and protects the original floor against damage and humidity. The bulkhead is thoroughly protected by plywood liners with a marble-look finish. Step 2: the racking Racking is installed along both side walls. The racking on the left consists of two floor-level compartments, one with a door and the other with a shuttle-type case retaining system. Further up are three metal drawers and four plain shelves. The racking on this side finishes with a full-length top tray with a fold-down door at the back, customised to follow the contours of the Transporter’s side walls. The racking on the right is particularly compact (with two-hole side panels at the bottom and a one-hole panel at the top) and consists of a floor-level compartment with a door and a large number of tilting transparent containers (eight large and sixteen small). Step 3: the accessories The side of the racking near the rear doors is equipped with:
On the van’s bulkhead is a bar and strap with sliding fittings for securing whatever material needs to be transported.
The only liner in this Transporter is the floor liner, again in resin-coated plywood, which protects the floor panels beneath and provides an easy-to-clean surface. Let’s have a closer look at the racking. Left side The racking on the left consists of:
Right side The racking on this side of the van consists only of a bench with a marble-look plywood top and a lashing strap. This simple but effective idea provides support and security for all kinds of cargo. Bulkhead Two useful accessories are installed on the bulkhead: a paper roll holder and a cable holder.