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Cupholder/Armrest by TXGOOD
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Report this Post03-10-2011 08:06 AM Click Here to See the Profile for TXGOODClick Here to visit TXGOOD's HomePageSend a Private Message to TXGOODEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
For those of you who might have forgotten or any new members who don`t know these are available.
I`m still selling these cupholder/armrests.
I also sell console doors and gloveboxes.

Short or tall version........................................100.00
Any fiero color.
Fiero emblem................................................15.00
Power outlet..................................................15.00
Different color stitching...................................N/C

Console door.................................................80.00
Emblem........................................................15.00

Glovebox.......................................................150.00
Thanks, Mike

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I ordered one from TXGOOD back in August, it was money well spent! It was extremely reasonably priced considering the quality and workmanship, not to mention it's (in my opinion) the most factory looking aftermarket cupholders available for a Fiero. For those wanting a cupholder for their Fiero that look's and fits like factory, that's of exceptional quality this is the cupholder for you! You will not be disappointed!
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I can't wait to save up some money to get these. I have been keeping my eye on them BEFORE I even bought my Fiero! LOL I was planning ahead
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TXGOOD,

Can you make a completely dark black one with black stitching? Any pictures of that combo? No logo needed... Thank you very much!

Jeff

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The last picture of the ones above is Black, although it looks sort of light due to being outside.
That one is with the deep liners, but I can make a shallow one as well.
I`m out of Black material right now, so it would take a few days to get it, although I do have some of Mr. Mike`s "Midnight" material which is not quite as Black as the one I use.
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I have to give a big :thumbsup to TXGOOD for these.

I broke the piggy bank and bought one. Mike was able to match both leather colors and did an excellent job. Shipping and packaging was great and it even came with an instruction sheet.

Mike was kind of enough to send me pics throughout the build process. Which was nice of him to do.

So everyone can see the quality and how good the color match was mine is the third pic down.

Thanks again Mike. Let me know when you get the other style worked out.
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Report this Post03-11-2011 05:55 AM Click Here to See the Profile for TXGOODClick Here to visit TXGOOD's HomePageSend a Private Message to TXGOODEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Thanks, Steve
I hope to get back to work on the inline cupholder soon.
I`m pretty busy with trying to get my house ready to sell but hopefully I can get on that project again.
Mike

Thanks Jason, I hope the cupholder is working well for you.

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I'm still waiting with fingers crossed for beechwood!!!
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I'm still waiting with fingers crossed for beechwood!!!


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Just out of curiosity, you guys who are interested in a Beechwood color.
Would you want the darker color or the lighter color?
I have a radio shroud, which is the darker color and that`s what I have been trying to match mainly because I think a darker color cupholder would look good on top of the lighter console color.
I don`t have anything in the lighter color, so if someone might have a damaged console or something they could cut a piece of the vinyl off of maybe they could send it to me in an envelope.
Otherwise, I might have to wait until I go to a show and see if I can match my color books up to it.
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Report this Post03-11-2011 01:51 PM Click Here to See the Profile for tbone42Send a Private Message to tbone42Edit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
TXGOOD- I have been eyeballing these cupholder of yours for a while and I do like the way they look.. BUT.. how in the way is a drink when shifting with a drink in the left side holder? I have a short shifter 5 speed. Is it possible to make one with a single cupholder on the p-side?

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One of the first I made the buyer had a short shifter and he would just use the passenger side cupholder and put his phone in the holder on his side.
I could make one without the liner on the drivers side.
It`s just a matter of not cutting out the hole when I`m doing the base.
That`s a thought, if I could find a little popup plastic lid I could maybe just put that there where you could still get to the cigarette lighter if you wanted to use it.
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I just PM'd you about the beechwood color (I would prefer the lighter color, myself). I'm not clear about the difference between the "tall" and "short" versions, tho.
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The last picture is the taller version.
The pad is the same but the front part is taller and it has deper liners.
The liners in the tall version are about 2-3/8" deep and in the shorter version about 1-5/8" deep.
I have sold mostly shallow versions.
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OK, now it's obvious. Thanks.
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I just HAVE to have one of these, but I would need the same color as the first picture.

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Shameless bump
Here`s one I recently did for an Indy.

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That looks flippin fantastic!!!!
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sweet, hopefully i can order one of these soon
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Hey! That looks suspisiously familure

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Here is the latest ready to ship.
I like this color combination.


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"I'm not driving too fast, . . . I'm just flying too low."

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Order and money sent

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First and maybe last Mr. Mikes leather bound cupholder.
Tough cow.

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A trio ready to go out.

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Are you still making the center console doors? Im interesting in getting a 2-tone one, they look awesome!
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Yes I am.
I haven`t been pushing them, as I have had quite a few cupholders orders keeping me busy.
Thanks, Mike
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Bump for a super product!!
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Here is mine

Thanks

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Here is mine

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Looks sweet I can't wait to get mine too!
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It looks like it got there ok.
Enjoy
Thanks again, Mike

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If you are going back and forth about whether you should buy one of these, by all means stop thinking and send Mike money immediately. I wanted mine made from Mr. Mike's leather Mike Good and Mr. Mike went above and beyond to work together to get me a GREAT cupholder. This will eventually be sitting next to my seats and will match perfectly. Thank you for waiting for me to finally make up my mind and thank you for a sweet looking cupholder.
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Report this Post04-28-2011 07:38 AM Click Here to See the Profile for TXGOODClick Here to visit TXGOOD's HomePageSend a Private Message to TXGOODEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Thanks, Greg
Appreciate it.
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Report this Post04-29-2011 09:24 PM Click Here to See the Profile for Doug85GTSend a Private Message to Doug85GTEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Hi Mike,

I would like one of your cupholder/armrest.

Short
Color: All light grey
With Black Fiero Emblem

Let me know how you would like payment and when it can be shipped.

Thanks.

Doug

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