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WE Need !! by tntcary
Started on: 07-14-2013 06:00 AM
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Last post by: fierogtlt1 on 05-18-2014 12:35 PM
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Originally posted by fierogtlt1:

How about ashtray delete and the window & mirror switches mounted flush without the extra plate underneath.I will have one done by the end of the month when my console skeleton is done.

The trick with doing colors is clear LEXAN then puting the color underneath to let the color come thru without the color or design to
rub off or get scratched up.



This is what this looks like in polished SS metal on my old F308 rebody. BTW, I drove this car in Atlanta as a DD (no A/C) and had no issues with the plate pealing off.



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Here is the switch plate in the mold.Then just to pull the part from the mold and pour some resin,let it cure for a hour.Cut out the power window/mirror switch areas and intergrate it into the shifter plate.Then pour a new mold for a shifter plate with the power window/mirror
switches and no ash trays.There will be no use to use the existing switch plate.
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Originally posted by BV MotorSports:

I think it would be easier to create a new center console/shifter/armrest assembly. I am surprised no one has really stepped up in this area. This could be a real option, and cost effective. One of our fiberglass gurus get with one of our awesome interior trimmers, BOOM. Done deal. Seriously, I wonder if we could get a community project going here? Submit a few drawings, vote and see what happens.

What do you guys think?


Amida - Rob, makes a couple really amazing interior packages. If you wanted to, you could purchase a center console from him. I have purchased the F355 console from him, and with a few modifications to the OEM dash... It could fit. I decided to just make a new dash myself. It's just that it costs a lot of money to make these kinds of products that not everyone has the budget or the style for such parts.

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I am trying a new brand of casting resin.....Casted the power window/mirror switch plate in tan so you can see the detail better.

The Original


The new casted part.

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