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My interior build... by RCR
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Hi Mike...

Thanx for checking in. The garage is in a deep freeze right now. Probably won't be til spring when I can work on the doors again. Bob


I forgot it's winter right now... I've been watching this thread since the beginning, keep up the good work. My goal is to get my dash re-done in time to go to the beach this weekend, it's supposed to be in the 80s.
Edit...I own page 4...whooo hooo!

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I forgot it's winter right now... I've been watching this thread since the beginning, keep up the good work. My goal is to get my dash re-done in time to go to the beach this weekend, it's supposed to be in the 80s.


...oh, go away...

...at least it is getting warmer around here - but then that only means the car will have that 'new' dirty road paint color for the next few weeks.

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Old man Winter has released his grip on the Enchanted Mitten, and the modification seeds have taken root....

Not much done in the winter, but I have started to reupholstering my seats based upon 30+MPG's thread: http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum2/HTML/066632.html

I've proven to myself I can sew (maybe) and I've ordered the material (last nite). So with a little elbow grease and some luck, I hope to have the driver's seat kicked out in a couple weeks.

We had a warm spell the other day so I got to sit in the car and ponder...I decided I didn't like the center console I was building...Too tall...So I chucked it out. I cut a new piece of foam that fits snuggly to the dash and sub woofer. It should also lower the shift bezel down to the bottom edge of the HVAC controls. I'll have to modify the bezel to get it low enough, but it shouldn't be a big deal.

More later...

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Bob
Your interior is looking great.
I may use a little idea from you and Jscott1 and use firebird door panels for my build.
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Mike,
You can use the hardware - handles, switches, etc, but based upon what you're doing, I'd go custom.

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Sneak peak on what's going on while winter returns:


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You are making your car into a Spider Man car? Well I'm sure if you are doing it then it will look nice.

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Hmm?? Didn't think of that.

Thanx Jonathon...

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Little eye candy:


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pumb! er um bump

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Pretty cool talent their F-I-E-R-O, but I don't think so...I probably should have moved the "Spidey" car out of the shot.

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Keep from the archives bump...

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Nice work bob!!

This is a killer thread, look forward to more of your work,



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Thank you...The summer has been busy. I'm starting to plumb (electrical and fluids) the 4.0 and I have a mount to modify. But it is coming along...

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I probably should have moved the "Spidey" car out of the shot.

Bob


LOL took me a second to get..

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Just your friendly neighborhood bump from......

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Been too long for an update. The cold weather has driven me indoors, and I've got the itch to get back at it, so today I dusted off the sewing machine and moved the cat off it's favorite perch. I sewed the front insert to the side bolsters, added the original back piece, and sewed the top together. It needs a little finishing work, but for all intents and purposes, the top is done.

Front:

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And my helper today:


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Spidey Car makes another appearance in the background. (Note to self...Get rid of car.)

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so whats going on with the shifter section of the center console? Great work your doing here, makes me want to try my hand at fiberglassing lol

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I'm just working on the seats because it's too cold to work outside. The shifter console is back-burnered until the engine is done, or until I get stuck and need something else to do.

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Bob, I've been working in near freezing temps getting my new nose ready for tooling. You get used to the cold but the fingers get numb. So you have a spider theme for your car?

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Bob, I've been working in near freezing temps getting my new nose ready for tooling. You get used to the cold but the fingers get numb. So you have a spider theme for your car?


Ahh...No! Just a bad coincidence.

I herar you about the cold, but it's been sub freezing, and that's just too cold for me. Plus I was burnt. I needed time away. But, now I'm getting back at it. I still want to make the 25'th show with a running car.

see ya...
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where did you find the dual guage panel wrapped around the steering column ? that is cool !

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He made it!
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/F...2/HTML/043545-6.html

 
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where did you find the dual guage panel wrapped around the steering column ? that is cool !





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I haven't visited this thread in a while, I thought this was real.

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Bump!

Did you ever finish the door panels? Got any finished/upholstered pics of them? What speakers did you opt to go for in the doors?

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Ashamed to say: nothing to speak of...Keep tuned in when the weather improves...

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UPDATE!!!
I tried to get a lot done to make the 25'th, but it didn't happen. So, the next best thing...

My original intent on the doors was to have a two piece design, where the upolstered center section was seperate from the rest. As seen here:


After many months of letting this brew in the back of my head, I came to the conclusion that this was a stupid idea, so I glassed the center back in. Then I made a template out of cardboard for the center piece.:



I used the template to cutout a backer board made from the back of a poster frame. It is about 1/16" thick press-board. I attached it the the door panel using 7 X-mas tree fasteners spread over the panel. I covered the outside of the panel (and the tops of the X-mas tree fasteners) with 1/4" medium density foam. I used Permatex Headliner and carpet adhesive for the job. Worked really well:



I used the red tweed that I'm using on the seats to cover the center. everything was glued into place, and I stretched the material over the edges, then glued and stapled it into place. i trimmed the excess material to flatten it out.



The door pull/armrest was mounted from behid using large screws. The speaker cover/pouch was placed into position to ensure a proper fit.


I mounted the speaker cover/pouch by driving screws up from behind around the speaker, and screws inside the pouch area into the ring. An area of concern was how to hold the back into place, flush with the ring. I solved the problem by using the Fiero tabs from the original door panels. I notched the plastic so the covers would snap on, then used it to cover a screw that would hold the pouch down.



I then painted all of the accessories black. And with a couple little issues, got everything mounted.



I misplaced the light, so I'll have to find and mount that later.

Next on the menu will be re-wiring the instrument cluster to work with the new engine, and the center console, in no particular order.

Bob

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Looks real good Bob. Is that the original fiero panel underneath?

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Thanx Rob...Yes it is. It was sliced and re-glassed to make it smooth and fill in holes.

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what's the latest on this project?

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Hi Rob, Thanx for checking in.

The spring and summer saw me do a lot of work on the engine, so much so that I was burnt out by the fall. I finished the one door panel, and started some "special" speaker pods, which I have not unveiled, yet. I've also torn out the front suspension to refurbish and upgrade, so that's on the radar, too.

I'm passively trying to locate a temporary drivers seat to put in until the upholstery is done. no real hurry, though.

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I'm passively trying to locate a temporary drivers seat to put in until the upholstery is done. no real hurry, though.

Bob


You could probably find a cheap temporary seat at a wrecker.

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where did you get the speaker pods for the doors from??

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where did you get the speaker pods for the doors from??


They are part of the original Firebird door skins, as is the handle and the controls.

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where did you get the speaker pods for the doors from??
think i mght have an extra pare if you want them ill se eif i still have them

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I think the seat project will continue soon:
[img]https://www.tuffsew.com/images/tuffsew200022aLarge.jpg[/img]
My new industrial strength sewing machine for Christmas...

Bob

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Nice work.
I did not get true Swedish inspection with mine. It was in the way for the E brake handle they said.

Had to start over.


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Man, quit slacking and finish it already! The weathers been great anyways

any updates?

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