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Mr Mikes latest seat design by Samuraijack
Started on: 09-03-2016 11:47 PM
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Report this Post09-03-2016 11:47 PM Click Here to See the Profile for SamuraijackSend a Private Message to SamuraijackEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Very pleased with how my first attempt went.

Mike spent a fair amount of time on the phone consulting me, sending me ideas, and showing me his latest and greatest creations.

He has more than what is shown on his website two big thumbs up !

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HOLY ****


I wish I got this.... Absolutely amazing looking... Nice!

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That is absolutely beautiful!!! Wow! I love the "GT" logo - it's perfect.
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Report this Post09-05-2016 08:32 AM Click Here to See the Profile for Kevin87FieroGTSend a Private Message to Kevin87FieroGTEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Nice modern look.
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Looks really nice, but I wonder how its going to hold up with those stitches right on the most wear prone part of the bolster.
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Originally posted by onesexyfiero:

Looks really nice, but I wonder how its going to hold up with those stitches right on the most wear prone part of the bolster.


good point, when you know where the seats wear you make sure to treat them well
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Report this Post09-05-2016 08:20 PM Click Here to See the Profile for robert1234Click Here to Email robert1234Send a Private Message to robert1234Edit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
WOW !
Those are _____________ nice !
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Originally posted by onesexyfiero:

Looks really nice, but I wonder how its going to hold up with those stitches right on the most wear prone part of the bolster.


I also purchased these seat covers. The extra stitching is just for aesthetics, and that I can tell, is not holding anything together, which is the typical issue where two leather or vynil panels will rip at the seam based on age and/or poor design.
Very thrilled with my purchase, I do recommend these very highly!
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What does Mike call them? They look like "Vetter" style, but with the additional stitching.
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Twin lines all the way is his choice of words, but he's open to suggestions, IIRC.
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I thought I heard Mr Mikes was doing fabric skins now as well, is that true?
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Cloth is an option from him, if that's what you mean. He's had stock replacement type red Indy seats for as long as I've known about his website. Just not many pictures of other cloth configurations, I assume they don't sell as strongly as leather or leatherette.
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Originally posted by viperine:

Cloth is an option from him, if that's what you mean. He's had stock replacement type red Indy seats for as long as I've known about his website. Just not many pictures of other cloth configurations, I assume they don't sell as strongly as leather or leatherette.


I haven't found pics or anyone who has any of his in cloth. I suppose Indy is cloth in the middle but I mean all around. But that's all I would be interested in because for me it is more comfortable.
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I had Mr Mike make a cloth set of seat covers for my 87GT with the same type of fabric that was original equipment. The difference was that the color is a bit darker color gray. Only the Fiero "experts" see the difference.
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Howdy Folks, thanks for the kind words.
Cloth kits are at MrMikes Fiero Cloth Kits
The new "Twin Lines" is not really a style, more of an embellishment.
It has been add as an 'option' at Twin Lines Option
Thanks again,
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Originally posted by MrMike:

Howdy Folks, thanks for the kind words.
Cloth kits are at MrMikes Fiero Cloth Kits
The new "Twin Lines" is not really a style, more of an embellishment.
It has been add as an 'option' at Twin Lines Option
Thanks again,
MrMike



Thank you for the link MR Mike. seats look great. I will be in the market for a set soon.


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Originally posted by MrMike:

Howdy Folks, thanks for the kind words.
Cloth kits are at MrMikes Fiero Cloth Kits
The new "Twin Lines" is not really a style, more of an embellishment.
It has been add as an 'option' at Twin Lines Option
Thanks again,
MrMike


Thanks Mike!
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How much was the Twin Line Option I don't see a price on the website.
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I'm planning on getting the Mr Mike seats for my build once I get to the interior. I love his work...great quality!
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OMG, those are WOW !
Anyone have some leather MrMike's with any blue on them ?
I saw the cloth ones with blue

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Originally posted by robert1234:

OMG, those are WOW !
Anyone have some leather MrMike's with any blue on them ?
I saw the cloth ones with blue



http://www.mrmikes.com/fierotwotone.htm

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Thanks Samuraijack , those i like...Alot !
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I just bought those exact seats! They will be to my house on Monday! I am so excited, yours look great.

So I bought the Italian II design with twin lines done with red stitching, black vinyl others, with black with black dots inners (imitation perforation), and silver Ferrari horses as they are going in my new Mera.

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Originally posted by DeLorean00:

I just bought those exact seats! They will be to my house on Monday! I am so excited, yours look great.

So I bought the Italian II design with twin lines done with red stitching, black vinyl others, with black with black dots inners (imitation perforation), and silver Ferrari horses as they are going in my new Mera.



https://www.facebook.com/10...7980/?type=3&theater

My friend just sold his DELOREAN that his dad purchased new. It has only 25,000 miles on it and was in mint condition. Very cool.
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Yeah, I am going to need a link to either a build thread on this car, or you really need to stop teasing me with interior pics. My gawd man.
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More info on that audio setup and some pics
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https://www.facebook.com/10...7980/?type=3&theater

My friend just sold his DELOREAN that his dad purchased new. It has only 25,000 miles on it and was in mint condition. Very cool.


That's cool to be the original owner! I had my DeLorean through the dark ages of DeLorean ownership. During the 90's and early 00's parts and knowable people were very hard to come by. We had like 2 places to buy parts. And the parts we got were either used or new old stock, but new old stock just means it rotted on a shelf for 20 years and was no better than what we had. Fuel accumulators were one huge problem. The new old stock ones were rotted just like the ones in our cars. It took DeLorean Motor company buying the rights and starting production on improved designs to have the cars usable again.
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More info on that audio setup and some pics


What audio set up ? The radio install surround ? Perhaps you have not seen these ... :




Available here

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What audio set up ? The radio install surround ? Perhaps you have not seen these ... :




Available here

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I built the audio set up.

$6000 CAD invested

it is a 2.1 lay out

the sub is a dual voice coil 10 inch in a cad designed enclosure.

the mid range are 6 1/2 with titanium tweeters

behind the passenger seat is a windowed amp enclosure with 2 amps and a caspacitor.

in the passenger dash is the cross overs for the speakers.

behind the center console door is a studio grade equalizer.

The dash unit is clarion premier unit that originaly cost me $1200. CAD

I did post a welcome on here with pics years ago but do not know how to find them.

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I did post a welcome on here with pics years ago but do not know how to find them.



Is this the thread you're referring to?
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Is this the thread you're referring to?


yes thank you and this...


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