I'd like to add a couple of gauges to my '85 GT (Boost/Volts). Wondering if I'm better off trying to get the setup from an '86+ and put them over the heater vents or go with an A-pillar mounted install. I did a search for A-pillar and didn't come up with much of anything other than a post from 2001 and somebody asking about doing it on a chop top. Looks like TFS has a setup, but at $47 plus shipping it seems a bit expensive for something that just gets glued to the existing A-pillar and you have to paint to match. There are some I found for about $15, but they're "Universal", which is usually sales-lingo for "Doesn't fit worth a s#@$ and looks like crap". Has anybody done the A-pillar mount and what was your experience?
Here's the one from TFS - at least they are made for the curvature of the Fiero A-pillar, which is more than can be said for the 'universal' ones.
Here's the generic one for $15 -
Edit: Don't know how I missed this one the first time around, found it using Google, but this one looks good, but it's 3 pods and looks like a lot of delicate work that I'm not very good at http://www.fiero.nl/forum/A...100421-2-099317.html
[This message has been edited by NetCam (edited 09-13-2014).]