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  Should I pull out the interior and wood trim of my '95 chevy conversion van and install styro. insulation,or is the factory stuff sufficient?
Depends on where you want to stay most of the time-weather conditions etc.. As nice as it looks to be, I would do as little as possible and enjoy it and take some crusies in it. Then you will get time to clear your head and see what you really need. 
Also, if I just got that nice looking van and my dad saw me pulling out the interior he would change the will and leave everything to my sister. Oh wait, he already did that.
Dragonfly
 I showed my mom n dad some of the conversions on here and he said,"that's what you need to do". I just laughed. He asked what was so funny,and I told him that was what I had been trying to explain to him all along. I guess he didn't realize how easy it would be until he saw the inside of the van,and how much room there actually was inside.
dragonflyinthesky Wrote:Also, if I just got that nice looking van and my dad saw me pulling out the interior he would change the will and leave everything to my sister. Oh wait, he already did that.
Dragonfly
     You have no idea how true that is Dragonfly. I have three older sisters and they got ALL of the antiques and stuff. Every time I would ask about something,they would say,"we are going to keep that". Then I would go to one of their homes a week or two later,and see it sitting there.

I know I'm a little late to this thread, but for anyone reading...I pulled all of the interior out of my '97 conversion van.  There was very little insulation.  You can see it in the "Share Your Conversion" forum.