The Renogy flexible solar panel is attached to the roof with 3M tape and a second panel, with a 30-foot detachable cord, resides below the bed when not in use. The solar controller, water level indicator, Propex heater controls, and 12v outlets are mounted to the tall storage cabinet.
The Blue Seas fuse panel lives under the passenger-side bench.
The Propex heater is installed under a false floor in the same cabinet. We chose the Propex because it is relatively quiet and quite efficient. It came from another of my Vanagon sources, Westy Ventures.
Combustion air comes from the outside and the exhaust gasses are vented to the outside. Two vents on either end of the bench provide the hot air source and the cold air return. The false floor allows us to use the area above for storage.
Spring loaded "toy-chest" hinges keep the bench lid up or down.
The 12 volt fridge installed in the galley cabinet is a Truckfridge also from Westy Ventures. I should mention here that the customer service from Westy Ventures is first rate.
The galley cabinet top swings up to reveal the stovetop and sink. The stovetop is from ENO and available through West Marine and other marine suppliers. Nice hot burners! (Though the lowest setting is not quite low enough to keep a small pot of rice from burning when cooked in a thin-walled stainless pot. I'll need to either get a thicker pot or a flame diffuser.)
The sink is one that I purchased from All Terrain and the faucet is a Shurflo purchased from GoWesty.