That'd be freakin handy... although the stock cutout can be trimmed to DoubleDIN reasonably effectively if you're not wanting to spend. The mid-mount position would be way easier for access though, less drama with clearance on the shifter.
Sep 11th, 2010
Posts: 4506 From: Sydney Australia Registered: Sep 2004
The first thing on my list was a Widebody badge preferably written signature style like porsche writes Carrera in a puffy decal or badge. Does any car have a widebody badge has anyone seen one or know of one. I know Toyota camry was marketed as a widebody sedan but never had a badge to say. Perhaps someone here makes badges?
pete 2m4 Member
Posts: 867 From: allentown pa. Registered: May 2009
A dash and console kit that doesn't look like it belongs in a Ferrari. Most of the pre-made ones I've seen look like replicas more than anything else and adapting one from another car to fit the Fiero looks like a major undertaking.
Having said that, some guys have done some beautiful dashes in their cars!
Any details? How did you do this, materials, DIY or did you buy a "kit" somewhere? Looks good and most likely protects the radiator some what. Some info if you please
If we had mustangs camaros here that i could run a measuring tape over i could figure what other cars might be suitable but nothing here has billet grilles that don't obviously belong to that car because they make them for those cars.
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Sep 12th, 2010
Posts: 2165 From: Clifton Park, New York, The States. Registered: Sep 2009
as for that double din bezel...should be rather easy to make your own with a piece of plastic or something.
------------------ Cliff's 610th Positive Feedback Giver. #12 NYFOC Member In recent times, the custom aftermarket car/automobile roadwheel has become a status symbol. These wheels are often incorrectly referred to as "rims". The term "rim" is incorrect because the rim is only the outer portion of a wheel (where the tire is mounted )