Swapped interiors - such as using components from other vehicles - can run you "relatively" cheap, since most of what has to be done is modifications for fitment and then covering up said modifications somehow.
Dedicated Fiero interiors are going to run you a lot more. A dedicated alternate Fiero dash for instance is going to run you around $700 - $2,000 depending on what you go with. Other interior components will have similar price ranges.
It depends on what specific options (Ferrari vents or alternates, HVAC controls, etc.) you select as well as materials (vinyl or leather). The $4000 to $5000 plus range is a good place to start if you include shipping costs. New VDO instrumentation also adds to the price and no installation costs are covered in the initial base pricing.
I am certain that Amida would be willing to give you a quote based upon your specific options.
Originally posted by Airborne29th:
What is the price on Amida's interior? And first post.. sorry heading to the introduction section now!
Why spend money on a dash swap when you can repaint your ugly interior? Mine had that ugly ugly ugly light grey/dark grey interior, I repainted everything gloss black and flat black it looks way more modern and way cooler IMO here's pics... Armrests/center coumsel and trim is all flat, and the dash, door panels, and bezels are gloss it looks stock well, how it should have been.