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Zimmer Quicksilver Inner Door Skins...some of the nicest door skins created for Fiero by TXOPIE
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Update: Here are the requests thus far, please let me know if I missed anyone.


THE LIST

YES

* TXOPIE
* Archie
* Yellowstone
* Rennoc442
* BAM-BAM
* Ghost187x
* FieroGTguy
* Predmeister
* Ace5514
* Sourmug
* Phirewire
* kriswinner
* K-Z
* dkh1020
* fieroseblack
* jsmorter
* Sonny Burnett 21
* Grabber Green

MAYBE

* grumio
* TXGOOD
* Coady
* Retroman
* Raydar
* MulletproofMonk
* KEV
* mrfred8
* Spoon
* OneSlowFiero
* BV MotorSports
* Fierogtlt1
* Fierofreak00


So here is Everyone...I have contracted EVM_Rob (the one that restored the MERA, D&R's Contach 5000 molds & does the replacement MERA rear tail lenses)

Since is was already splashing me a MERA body I asked him if he would reproduce the inner door skins from the Zimmer Quicksilver re-body...since I think that this inner door skin made the best use of the space available.



Here is the deal since he has to make them for me, he can offer other sets at the same time:

If I have 3 more committed (deposit paying) buyers...the cost is $250 for the set (which beats most any other option)
If we get 5 buyers...the cost will drop down to $175 for the set (which is just down right amazing)

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are they all black or would there be color choices?
thanks
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They would be fiberglass and would need to be upholstered like all aftermarket skins.
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let me know if you get close to the 5 i would be interested in the set if they hit the discounted price.
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If you can provide them as exactly shown in the pic and can get 4 other buyers, I would be interested. Would there be further discounts if a group larger than 5 (say 10-20) put in orders??
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i dont think they will be exactly as in the pic. it is my understanding they will come naked and buyer will be responsible to have them covered in whatever mamaterial they like.
if this in not correct let me know.
thanks

if i am correct do you think your guy can send you a pic of the raw uncovered skins as we would receive them?

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PM Sent

Peace!!
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UPDATE: Been talking to member, Russ88TTop, owner of RW Upolstery...


He already offers the Fiero community a variety of interior upholstery upgrades about a reduced cost deal on the upholstery for this group buy to keep the costs down for everyone...more to come on that from Russ himself...hopefully by COB today!
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thats awesome! i use Russ for my upholstery and was going to call him if i buy the skins

edited for spelling lol

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Jim ( TXOPIE ) and I have spoke about covering the Zimmer panels. As soon as I receive the first set I will be able to have an idea of the cost to cover them. I will keep the cost as low as possible to make them affordable

I should also be able to offer different materials, colors and styles to meet each customers needs

Russ

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UPDATE: Looking adding a pocket area that won't change the lines of the panel...just better utilization of space:



This area which is already recessed will now have a carved out area that will fit a 20 oz plastic soda bottle width and depth & a few other loose items such as a charging cord

Give me your thoughts everyone!

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UPDATE: OK everyone we have cleared the 5 unit line...all door panels will now be $175 for the set (which is just down right amazing)

Pony up the $...you all know that you want to update that worn out look and how can you beat the PRICE!
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im waiting on hearing back from a guy who wants my present door skins that russ did for me a few months ago.
once there are gone (hopefully this week then my money will be off to you in a hurry.

BTW my vote is for no pocket on the door..keep it clean and sleek...

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Do you have prototype pictures?

I'm quite interested but it's hard to spend money on something unseen.

Thanks
Nolan

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Count me in!! That is an awesome design

Peace!!
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i like the pocket idea . a place to put a drink.
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UPDATE: I was just educated on something and it was not from EVM_Rob either.

It made a lot of sense and I agree with it what is stated below and meant no disrespect to EVM_Rob:

"I hope you don't mind me giving you a little information on "splashing"

It is not a correct term for what Rob is doing with the 308 (Mera) molds.

Maybe Rob won't tell you (& that's why I'm giving you the heads up) what he's not telling you is that good Fiberglass guys don't like (in fact they hate) the term "splashing"

If I remember correctly, he had a very bad 308 (Mera) replica that junk. He reworked & fixed every panel on the car & made them fit correctly & have high quality. He then pulled new molds off of that perfect body. So when he makes you a body, he is making a kit for you of something he has spent a lot of time getting "right".

A person who is "splashing" a 308 (Mera) body from him & then, without even putting the body together, he is copying Rob's panels & making his own molds with the intent to turn around & start selling those bodies to people who would have been buying a body from Rob. So, Rob has spent all the time & money developing this kit & someone else is just going to "splash" it to make kits with none of the investment in the project like Rob has.

Just thought you'd like to know."

I meant no dis-respect with using the "Term" splashing...this is not my area of expertise and so I apologize for incorrectly using that term. Because in my opinion EVM_Rob does amazing work and that is why I contracted with him to do the work,

Thanks for letting me share!
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are you able to get a few pictures of the bare skin?
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I would be in for a discounted set sent to Russ. What are you guesstimating the covering? (arm and suede area black cf material, same blue sticking)

Greg

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I like the idea of adding a pocket as well as the sleeker pocketless look. I'd like to see the finished product with the pocket before I decide I go in on it. If I don't like it, I hope you would still consider offering the pocketless version. Also, just a suggestion.. Have you considered adding a location for a subwoofer in the lower left corner? Maybe some 2" tweeters too?? I'm not an audiophile (I prefer the tunes coming out the exhaust), but I thought it might be a good suggestion. Thanks!!

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I would be down for a set, of course in a beechwood or a tan color. Would pay up to $500 for the right set.
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UPDATE: I have requested for EVM_Rob to take some of the build and prototype pictures...hopefully later this week he will be able to get us some.
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I would like to see the prop type as well.

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UPDATE: I have requested for EVM_Rob to take some of the build and prototype pictures...hopefully later this week he will be able to get us some.


Thanks very much! Loooking forward to seeing the pictures.

Nolan

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MOVED TO THE TOP

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TXOPIE

Yes, please keep me on the list.

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Txopie
glad you kept me on the list ... at 175.00 for the set you can put me at a yes....as long as you don't need the cash before the first set is done. I would really like to see the finished skins. Makes it easier to lay down the money. Also, any idea on the cost for covering yet?
Thanks
Al

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Txopie
glad you kept me on the list ... at 175.00 for the set you can put me at a yes....as long as you don't need the cash before the first set is done. I would really like to see the finished skins. Makes it easier to lay down the money. Also, any idea on the cost for covering yet?
Thanks
Al



Al,

DONE & DONE !
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Originally posted by ace5514:

Txopie
glad you kept me on the list ... at 175.00 for the set you can put me at a yes....as long as you don't need the cash before the first set is done. I would really like to see the finished skins. Makes it easier to lay down the money. Also, any idea on the cost for covering yet?
Thanks
Al



You can do the same for me as well.

Thanks
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would we have to pay in full or just a deposit right now?
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These look great, put me down for a set.
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I`ll go in as a maybe.
I can save on the cost as I`ll upholster it myself.
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Originally posted by TXOPIE:

UPDATE: I was just educated on something and it was not from EVM_Rob either.

It made a lot of sense and I agree with it what is stated below and meant no disrespect to EVM_Rob:

"I hope you don't mind me giving you a little information on "splashing"

It is not a correct term for what Rob is doing with the 308 (Mera) molds.

Maybe Rob won't tell you (& that's why I'm giving you the heads up) what he's not telling you is that good Fiberglass guys don't like (in fact they hate) the term "splashing"

If I remember correctly, he had a very bad 308 (Mera) replica that junk. He reworked & fixed every panel on the car & made them fit correctly & have high quality. He then pulled new molds off of that perfect body. So when he makes you a body, he is making a kit for you of something he has spent a lot of time getting "right".

A person who is "splashing" a 308 (Mera) body from him & then, without even putting the body together, he is copying Rob's panels & making his own molds with the intent to turn around & start selling those bodies to people who would have been buying a body from Rob. So, Rob has spent all the time & money developing this kit & someone else is just going to "splash" it to make kits with none of the investment in the project like Rob has.

Just thought you'd like to know."

I meant no dis-respect with using the "Term" splashing...this is not my area of expertise and so I apologize for incorrectly using that term. Because in my opinion EVM_Rob does amazing work and that is why I contracted with him to do the work,

Thanks for letting me share!


I have heard the term "splashing" in a different scenario.
In this one a person rents an exotic car and "splashes" a mould off of the assembled car for a quick turn around on a body kit.
Which is why they sometimes need a lot of work as the person making the mould only gets the surface of the body and has to hand make the edges that curve around.


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Put me for a yes in the second run./
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Add me to the list. I'm a 'yes'!
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I'm interested in a modern pocket area as well. I'll also pay for the first covered set from Russ (unless that's for Russ's use himself).

Is a pocket planned, or would have to be tweaked after the run?

Thanks,
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Put me down as a 'maybe'. Thanks!
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Bump. Please keep me down as a maybe at least until you get the first pics posted.
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I like the idea for the pocket in the door. My daily driver has that feature and they're exactly the right size to fit a few CD cases and a bottle of water, which is pretty convenient.
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