Kaley comes with all the major appliances you’ll need to live comfortably. She features:
Fridge & Freezer
A 220L 12/24V Waeco fridge/freezer
A 100L 12/24/240V Primus Mammoth chest freezer
Kaley features a full 220L fridge/freezer, which when combined with the 100L chest freezer in the side bins outside, gives a massive amount of cold food storage for large families. We regularly bought bulk meat and froze it, as well as buying a large amount of fresh produce and storing in the fridge.
A Thetford Caprice Mk III gas/electric stove, griller and oven
The stove/oven is a Thetford Caprice Mk III, and features a gas oven, gas griller, and 3 gas stove burners with 1 electric stove element. There is a protective glass cover on top of the stove, and a hinged bench top that folds down over the stove when not in use, to maximise bench workspace.
A 240V Euromaid 5.5kg washing machine
This washing machine was perfect for a family of 4. It runs fairly quickly, and is fairly water efficient, using only 60L per regular wash. We found around 2 loads per week was more than enough.
A Fusion MS-AV700i Stereo System with 4-zone speakers
This stereo has AM/FM radio, CD/DVD, line-in, and bluetooth. It has four independent speaker pairs, all of which can be independently volume, tone, balance controlled. The speaker pairs are located:
- Front Zone 1 (above the driver),
- Mid Zone 2 (above the kitchen),
- Rear Zone 3 (master bedroom), and
- Outside Zone 4 (white marine speakers on the passenger side of the bus)
Not only that, but there are 3 separate remote controls (separate from the head unit) that can adjust volume, tone, play/pause/skip, input, etc for the whole stereo and all 4 speaker zones. These remotes are located:
- Front 1 (on the right side of the dashboard)
- Front 2 (in the stairwell for easy access outside), and
- Master Bedroom (next to the passenger side of the bed)
TV Cavity, Antenna & Cabling
A TV cavity with reinforced steel backing for fitting brackets
A TV Antenna and all imaginable cabling
The bus has a cavity at the front of the bus suitable for a TV to be mounted. It has been fitted with ample steel reinforcements behind the gloss white timber panelling to allow easy and secure fitting of a TV bracket. We never got around to fitting the TV as a permanent fixture, since there was so much to see around the country!
The bus has also had a Jacks TV antenna installed, and HDMI/RCA/Audio/Video/Ethernet cabling run from the passenger-side bulkhead cupboard down to the front side bin in the passenger side, in case of using a TV outside, with a DVD or other device inside.