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Cupholder/Armrest by TXGOOD
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Mike, you have a pm.
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Mike, is your pricing the same as it was on the original thread? I am interested in both the armrest and the console door with emblems. If possible, I would like both in black with the emblems and the stitching in blue thread. What is the depths of the cup holders and will they fit with a can cooler around the can? What would be your lead time to get these made?

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It`s still the same pricing as on page 1 of this thread.
I can do the emblems on both but most people just get the emblem on the console door.
If you put it on both it might look kind of busy, but I will do it if you like.
I have Black material and a Blue thread.
The Blue is more of a darker Blue like on the flag, maybe a tad lighter.
The liners are in either 1-5/8" or 2-3/8"
The tall and the short are pictured throughout this thread.
A can just fits in the liners so a Koozie won`t fit.
I can probably knock them out in a couple of weeks depending on when the embroider can do the emblems.
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Deleted, Found answer. Sorry.

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Mike, is it possible that I could have red stitching on the lower pad, white stitching on the upper pad and blue stitching for the Fiero emblem in the armrest? If I get the console door, would it be possible to stitch an American flag on it?
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I can for sure do the stitching colors and Blue emblem.
I will have to check with the embroiderer to see if they have an American flag on file.
If you want it a certain way or have your own picture they charge 65.00 for the digitizing fee to have it done.
I will let you know when I find out.
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Mike, I would like to continue this discussion with a private message but I do not have rights for that. How do I contact you?
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You can contact me at mgood55@austin.rr.com
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Another satisfied customer. Short armrest/cupholder with power outlet. Color matches perfectly. Thanx Mike.

Also, pm'd you.
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Mike, I sent you an email at the address above.
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Sorry, I thought I had e-mailed you back.
I sent you an e-mail.
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Finally found this post! Met a Fiero owner (seq) a few weeks ago that had one and I love them! I'll buy one eventually but I don't have the money right now.
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Mike, out of curiosity, can the cup holder be held in place by something like industrial strength Velcro or does it need the straps?
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I don`t use the straps anymore.
It is held from underneath by a couple of angled brackets with screws through them into the stock holes that hold the plate on.
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one last question...I didnt see any in the dark brown color, is that available?
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Received mine today Mike, it looks great! Thank you!

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Thanks Charlie.

 
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one last question...I didnt see any in the dark brown color, is that available?


I have never done one in dark Brown so I haven`t really pursued a good match for it.
I have a dark Brown material but I don`t have Fiero parts to compare it with.

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umm, yeah...that's the color Im interested in hahaha sorry. I guess I could trim a small piece from the back of one of the consoles and maybe mail it to you to see if you can find a match?? Or maybe Mr Mike has a source for that stock color? Its in an 84 SE

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Pm me your address and I will send a sample of the material I have and samples of a couple of others in my material book.
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Finally took some photos of my Cupholder.



I have the shorter cups, and haven't had any spill worries. That said, I don't drive like a maniac when there are drinks in the car.

Since visuals sometimes help, here is a comparison of a can out and in the cup holder, so you can see coverage.





To quote myself from another thread
 
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"I'm very, very happy with the cupholder. I've had it in for a few weeks. When driving around, I can only use the passenger-side cupholder, as anything in the driver-side blocks comfortable access to the shifter. It's fine for occasional shifting, and you probably won't be bothered if you have an auto. The only time I've had a passenger *and* drinks was when we drove to Rochester, NY. Simple workaround was to have my wife hold my drink until we got to speed on the highway. Then I don't need to touch the shifter for a while.

Don't take this as criticism of TxGood's design. There isn't a single suggestion for improvement I could make. As I said, I'm very happy with it."


I really, really want to emphasize that having a cup in the way of your arm isn't a design issue with TXGood's layout. There literally isn't any other way of doing it while keeping the awesome could-have-been-oem look this provides. I've seen stock cupholders in modern cars with worse layouts (2007 Focus -- Small drinks only, hard to get cup out in first or third third gear).

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Just installed short cupholder with lighter, console door with emblem, glove box in 1984 Fiero SE. Great quality design and workmanship. Must have for any Fiero.
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Did you ever consider offering the cup holder section without the arm rest pad? I have a Mr. MiIkes console cover and just adding the front cup holder section IMO, would look nice.

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I don`t know how it would stay in place as the way I have it the plywood under the pad helps hold it in place.
If you want just the front section I would just leave the back off.
I could try it if you like.

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Originally posted by TXGOOD:

I don`t know how it would stay in place as the way I have it the plywood under the pad helps hold it in place.
If you want just the front section I would just leave the back off.
I could try it if you like.



Let me send you a picture of what I now have. My ragtop will use the full cup holder w the armrest that I purchased from you last year, but on my 87GT 3800SC I would like to try something different (if possible)

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Here is a set I recently did using material supplied by Mr. Mike to match his seats.



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That must be one of those Cadillac Fieros I heard about back in the day.
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You have a PM.
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Where can I get order information? Do you have a website?
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You can just order them through this post.
I don`t have a website.
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Wow, just found out about this. I ordered one from TLG (Black Top Racing) and it looks about the same as this.

I would love to buy a glove compartment that you have in a black/grey to match my interior. I haven't seen any updates on that so I wasn't sure if you were still making/selling them. PM me for details, thanks a lot!

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TXGOOD, here is my console.



I'd like the arm pad to match the lighter color, and the cupholders to match the darker. It's an 86 GT. Thanks!

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Is your console the same color as the trim around the door panels?
It looks lighter although it may be just the flash from the camera.
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Yeah its the same color, the flash just washed it out.
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That`s dark Gray then.
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Here is a console door that someone ordered through Blacktop Racing with a custom embroidered Northstar emblem.
This is just an example of what the digitizer can do with an image and then sew it onto the vinyl.


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Here is another example of what the embroiderer can do.
This is an exclusive for a customer.

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Originally posted by TXGOOD:

I don`t know how it would stay in place as the way I have it the plywood under the pad helps hold it in place.
If you want just the front section I would just leave the back off.
I could try it if you like.



An idea for that - maybe you could have screw access under the cup holders, and have it screw into the holes that hold the stock cigarette lighter cover plate?

My question: can you make the cup holder "longer" ie, cover some of the plate where the power window switches would go, if you had power windows?
I have a big blank spot there, and if your product covered some of that, maybe you could add a slot to hold a cell phone or MP3 player? A cubby to hold loose change? Etc.
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An idea for that - maybe you could have screw access under the cup holders, and have it screw into the holes that hold the stock cigarette lighter cover plate?

My question: can you make the cup holder "longer" ie, cover some of the plate where the power window switches would go, if you had power windows?
I have a big blank spot there, and if your product covered some of that, maybe you could add a slot to hold a cell phone or MP3 player? A cubby to hold loose change? Etc.


They use the screw holes that hold the plate on as of now through some brackets.
I have been making these a long time and have sold to a lot of people on here.
Sales have slowed down considerably and I can`t really justify redesigning the length of the cupholder when I have all of the templates that I use cut out.
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Sales have slowed down considerably and I can`t really justify redesigning the length of the cupholder when I have all of the templates that I use cut out.


Very understandable, thanks for the response.
I'll have to get one myself soon, but have other issues with my car that takes priority now.
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