I just bought an Atlas 412 4-post lift. I bought it because I'm not getting younger, but I still want to keep tinkering. The nice thing is that I can get my flatnose on it.
I have to sell a Unimog, but after that, I can put the Revcon on the lift and remove all the belly pans. I've been wanting to this since the beginning, but the idea of rolling around on my back to drill out a half-a-million rivets was not an option.
I'm pretty excited because I'll easily be able to run better fuel send and return lines for the EFI I have plans to put on, and get to wires that have corroded.... It's going to be VERY nice, indeed.
I didn't touch it last year, but this year is looking to be a great year for progress on the motorhome. What's more is that I'm seriously looking into getting a 3D printer. This means there's the possibility of making custom plastic parts like the dash and such. Many of these 3D printers can also be used as a 3D router and CNC machine. I might even find someone with a 3D scanner that can scan the handles and a number of other parts that I'm missing. If it can do half the things I have in my head, it's going to be GREAT fun.
I was also surprised that if I was to remove the stove/oven, and keep the total weight of the coach under 10,000 including passengers, I could register it as a 'passenger vehicle'. I'm not sure that I could actually meet that requirement (some cops carry scales), but it's an interesting thought.
I guess this is all to say... I may be forgotten, but I'm not gone.