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Building a sport luxury interior + other mods by Chris_86GT
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Hello PFF members,

I like very much the interior of my Fiero, but the time has come and I have started building my dream interior.
Project started on Christmas holidays and my plan is to finish it June or first days of Julie. I am working on this 2-3 hours daily and weekends.
Any suggestions will be appreciated, so fell free to comment my work.


This is how it started; I fixed my door hinges first


Next victim the interior…



And started with an old dash I have spare...





More progress


I will post more pics the next days.

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Hi, looking pretty good. Keep posting pics... we all LOVE pics... !

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It's looking pretty good, especially considering you're starting with the ugly stock dash unit. My only suggestion thus far would be that when you attack the center HVAC/radio section, that it 'flows' down into the center console at some sort of a sweeping angle. If that makes any sense at all. Anyway, looking forward to what you come up with. Add some modern touches/features while you're at it.

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I like your wheels!

What brand, model, size?

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keep them coming can't wait to see it done!!!

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I like your wheels!

What brand, model, size?


Hi KurtAKX,

The wheels was from the previous owner, he called them Mac Laren wheels, I did a quick search on Google but didn’t find them…

Tires on them all around 225/50/15 I don't know for sure if the are 7 or 8 Inches they must be 8''.

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It's looking pretty good, especially considering you're starting with the ugly stock dash unit. My only suggestion thus far would be that when you attack the center HVAC/radio section, that it 'flows' down into the center console at some sort of a sweeping angle. If that makes any sense at all. Anyway, looking forward to what you come up with. Add some modern touches/features while you're at it.



If I understand correct you suggest something like this?



Edit...

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If I understand correct you mean something like this?



Word.

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Word.


Next time I will not use words that I am not sure about them… LOL

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Here is something else I am working on…

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The dash is finished and ready for fiberglass.

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When I removed the fiberglass mold an unpleasant surprise was waiting for me.
Almost on every corner of the mold the gel coat was shrinking and I spend few days repairing the mold.
Anyway for first time wasn’t so bad, the good think is that I have learned from my mistakes…

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very cool so far, i shall be watching ^_^. Will you be making a glove box or small storage section on the pass. side of the dash?

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very cool so far, i shall be watching ^_^. Will you be making a glove box or small storage section on the pass. side of the dash?


Yes, there is plenty of room over there and I will make a glove box.
Behind the glove box I will mount my carpc .

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hmm...

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Test fitting of the mold with the firebird gauges…

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looks like your going to be fitting 6x9's up front.... NICE!

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looks like your going to be fitting 6x9's up front.... NICE!



Yes, you are right. A motive to start my dash build was my speakers; I couldn’t mount the 6x9 speaker on the driver’s side, not enough room…

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a 6x8 then? or is it too shallow?

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Yes, you are right. A motive to start my dash build was my speakers; I couldn’t mount the 6x9 speaker on the driver’s side, not enough room…



Conventional wisdom is that the speakers shouldn't be in the dash in the first place. They belong in the door with just the tweeters up top.

But the dash is looking very nice. Especially the firebird gauges. I'll be interested to see whay your gauge pod looks like.

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a 6x8 then? or is it too shallow?



I didn’t check for the 6x8 because I already had the 6x9 JBL GTO937.
Now with the new dash I am building I have plenty of room…

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Conventional wisdom is that the speakers shouldn't be in the dash in the first place. They belong in the door with just the tweeters up top.

But the dash is looking very nice. Especially the firebird gauges. I'll be interested to see whay your gauge pod looks like.



I don’t know much about sound setup, can you explain the reasons why not to use the dash speakers? It’s only the acoustic in the car that will be affecting or there are other reasons?

Thanks in advance, Chris.

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The dash out of the mold...

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Test fitting the dash with the 6x9 JBL GTO937.
At the center console will be an 8inch touch screen that will move up about 2inches to appear from her nest…

I want your help for the mechanism that will move the screen up and down.
Electric?
Hydraulic?
Post your ideas on how this can work, or even better a kit that I can buy and will need little modifications.


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I've always liked the GPS system in the DB9, I had the chance to sit in one in the dealership. Very nice.

Here are some links.

Shopping for electric motors

Aston Martin Mechanism (Video not mine)

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I've always liked the GPS system in the DB9, I had the chance to sit in one in the dealership. Very nice.

Here are some links.

Shopping for electric motors

Aston Martin Mechanism (Video not mine)



My inspiration for the dash is the DB9 and the Rapide. I am going very close to these interiors.

The DB9 has a mechanism that rotates the screen; I am looking for a mechanism that will move up and down the screen not just electric motors. Thanks anyway for the links.

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Here is something else that is ready for the final touches…

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Nice work.

Let me know if you want to trade those shabby, knock off, sad looking, aftermarket wheels for some authentic, Factory Issue, goes a lot faster, genuine 88GT lace wheels. :-)

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Nice work.

Let me know if you want to trade those shabby, knock off, sad looking, aftermarket wheels for some authentic, Factory Issue, goes a lot faster, genuine 88GT lace wheels. :-)

Steve



Even if I want it to there is a big problem, shipping to Greece must be forbidding… ;-)

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I would like to have your feedback for the center console.
For the clock I am thinking something like this, it’s from Nissan Infiniti.


For the switches I have found this Savage switches, they are illuminated blue.


And for the Hazard switch.

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There are a few factory cars that have a similar mechanism:
Infinity G35
Caddilac CTS (or something similar, it's in '08+ rental fleets <-- Pretty much what GM does these days, Rental fleets. )
(I like the Caddilac mechanism, it doesn't completely retract, but leaves about 1" tall screen visible, which will show your radio station+other info)

edit: found a video of the Caddilac mechanism:


Volvo V70

If I can think of more, I'll post them. (I see hundreds of cars a day in my job, and most of them are great inspiration for Fiero mods. )

You could probably scratch-build a mechanism as well.
Check www.mp3.com forums for build ideas.

If you still haven't decided on tweeters/tweeter placement, have you seen this:


A shot of the whole system in an Audi S8


(yes, it really DOES sound this good in person, or even better. I heard it in the Audi S8, Q6-SUV, A5. Best stereo I've ever heard in a car. Totally balanced, nothing overpowers, no distortion)

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There are a few factory cars that have a similar mechanism:
Infinity G35
Caddilac CTS (or something similar, it's in '08+ rental fleets <-- Pretty much what GM does these days, Rental fleets. )
(I like the Caddilac mechanism, it doesn't completely retract, but leaves about 1" tall screen visible, which will show your radio station+other info).........




Thank you Austrian Import,
the Cadillac CTS mechanism is perfect.
Do you know where I can find one? I will search on the internet but if you have something in mind please sent me the link.
And the Audi S8 is very nice but I want to keep the cost down…

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Left side ready...

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that looks badass man!

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If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem
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Thank you Austrian Import,
the Cadillac CTS mechanism is perfect.
Do you know where I can find one? I will search on the internet but if you have something in mind please sent me the link.
And the Audi S8 is very nice but I want to keep the cost down…


I'll keep my eyes peeled for one. :thumsup:

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I like what you have done so far, check out my 85 GT interior.

http://img.villagephotos.co...09-4/1338362/2083156

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I like what you have done so far, check out my 85 GT interior.

http://img.villagephotos.co...09-4/1338362/2083156


I have seen the build up of your interior, very nice!

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This is the interior I am going to...



I am searching for the air vents, 2000 Audi a6 has very similar but I don't like that the left side is smaller than the right. If a PFF member knows another car that has the air vents I am looking for, please post me the link.

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I am thinking to change the gauges face plate to something like this..
I will have to move the four small gauges to the bottom of the plate, what do you think?




Or move only the battery gauge (I don't really like it like this), or delete it..

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Bump,
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