Some of members have asked if I can make a custom door panel cover. Here are pics of the one just finished. I did it in Black Carbon Fiber Vinyl and added pleats so it's not so plain. I can change the pattern and thread color to your order. I have several other colors available for the C/F and dozens of Vinly and cloth options as well.
The cover is actually glued to a backing, so all you have to do is remove the door panel, take off the carpet and install the new cover.
I am offering these at an intro price of $65 for a pair for a limited time
Thanks for looking, and as always, comments and suggestions are welcome
Oosky - I have many options for both carpet and cloth, just let me know what your interested in. They will work with the stock armrests, door pockets and window crank. I just cut out the necessary holes on the back panel when they are ordered. Thanks for your interest and questions
ok cool! do you have pics of any black or grey cloth you would use for that? I basically just want to replace my carpet on the door panels with new stuff so it doesnt look so frizzy and old lol I was thinking of any shade of grey or even a very dark grey, almost black....might be a cool contrast with the stock grey in my interior
I like the door panels a lot! Do you have any up close pictures of the carbon fiber and/or carpet? And also do you have a way to install the manual door window hole for people with the ol' manual windows still? Please let me know as I really like how these look and I'm interested in a set.
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Those look sweet, can ya do it in red carbon fiber for the same price? Pleats and all Forgot I have manual windows in my 88 so I need some sort of provisions for that. ------------------ Gary W. Patterson Raven88 88 Fiero 86 Fiero GT
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Oosky - pics of some Black material's, just a small sample Plain - has a Velour look
A little pattern in this one
Many colors in Tweed
rpro - I have a vinyl real close to the Beechwood Armrest color
Mike - Thanks, much appreciated
JCirus - You have a PM
Rare87 - Close up of C/F - I will cut out the hole's on the backing material for the window crank, door pockets and armrests - I'm not sure about the fit for the window crank as I add about 1/4 of material, I'm checking on that
okay. when do you think you'd be ready to make floor mats? or are they just an idea for the future? lol they can always wait until later I guess, I'm getting new carpet now though, and I was hoping to get purple carpet floor mats with a somewhat large fiero logo embroidered on them. so I will keep you in mind if I decide to wait with floor mats thanks!
I had a question. I have a 308 replica so I've modified my door panels to use a "longer" armrest. The bottom portion is still pretty much the same as the custom covers you make (although some is covered by my longer arm rests).
My question is this:
Can you "run the pleats" on an angle (I would give the the measurements of course) instead of vertical?
I'd have to pull out my door panels and check. I have a mock up set that I'm working with. Just wanted to ask.
Like to order two door panel sets one in medium (Steel) gray and the other in the red that you show if its still at the intro prices. Also have decided on the trunk cover. I'll just go with a plain black GT cover. Re-confirm total price to me on the above email link and we will get this moving.
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