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Zimmer Quicksilver Inner Door Skins...some of the nicest door skins created for Fiero by TXOPIE
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When do you think these will be produced?

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When do you think these will be produced?

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Sourmug...the prototypes are in production now...expecting updates shorty. Once photos are available will post this week...hopefully sooner than later!
Once prototypes are perfect, he will make plugs and knock out the orders.
I will post when he is ready to take the down payments...but won't be until the plugs are completed.
Stay-tuned this will moved pretty quick.
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Originally posted by FieroGTguy:

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?

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MODERN POCKET..OK...everyone show me pictures of examples of what your thinking...might consider, but may also just let it me a variation that individuals could do afterwards.

Greg... Maybe the 2nd set...the First mine and will help Russ be able to determine what his cost is to complete these panels.

We will also offer direct shipping to Russ's facilities in IN. (cost will be passed onto you the buyer...this is just a convenience to save you have to ship more than needed).

You will have to work directly with Russ on what materials and how you want your set finished off. Materials such as leather VS vinyl will very the cost in upholstery.
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SOMETHING LIKE THIS?:

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SOMETHING LIKE THIS?:



That was was nearly perfect to what I was thinking. The only thing I would like added would be a vertical slat where it starts going up. It would be goof to hold envelopes, registration, etc. The lower part would be a good area for change and misc. Is that doable?

PS- Maybe a cover or lock-box in the same desesign? Or a partial one?

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That was was nearly perfect to what I was thinking. The only thing I would like added would be a vertical slat where it starts going up. It would be goof to hold envelopes, registration, etc. The lower part would be a good area for change and misc. Is that doable?

PS- Maybe a cover or lock-box in the same desesign? Or a partial one?

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Greg


Greg,

This might me an add-on piece that could be a variation...don't want to permanently make it apart of the entire mold and lock it in to just that.

Here is another rendition I am playing with as well:


It looks like we are going to definitely add a hidden storage area under the door armrest on a hinge and tension clasp setup. I personally am considering just utilizing Spider Style Cargo Net setup....allowing the most amount of leg room, when not utilizing to hold a 20 oz bottle.
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i really like the flip up but with no cargo net
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These are all possible options to finish off...the only one that will be incorporated is the flip-up one...cargo net and other pocket can all be one offs.

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so the flip up door handle pocket is a for sure? that would be awesome
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UPDATE:

Up to 13 Yes & 5 Maybes...let me know if there is anyone else before we close up this group buy.
We will leave the group buy open a few days past posting of the prototype photos.
These will not be another run until next spring after this one.

The LIST is in Post #1 on page #1

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You have me listed as a yes and a maybe. Please delete the maybe.

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Please add me to the "maybe" list.

I'm guessing that the original door pockets will not fit. Correct?
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Please add me to the "maybe" list.

I'm guessing that the original door pockets will not fit. Correct?


Yes, without changing the lines of the panel.
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Cool. Thanks!
As soon as I get a completed price I'll make a decision. Probably "yeah". These things look great!

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Add me to the maybe list....

Since we are talking about wants...
1. I would love to see an option on the door handle to add power window/mirror/door lock controls to cleanup the center console.
2. Instead of a pocket in the bottom, maybe curve the panel in with a spot for a speaker?





This to me would be the best door panel upgrade. Best of everything...


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Some very good ideas on the panels. Can't wait to get the first set so I can give a completed cost on the finished product

Russ

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im also very interested in a set..

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UPDATE: We should have some pictures posted tomorrow of the prototype, if all goes as planned.
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Put me on the maybe list.

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UPDATE: These are going to bleed in over the weekend...sorry everyone!

This isn't much to look at but it is one of the 1st pictures had taken already...like I stated earlier more up-to-date pictures soon to come...hang on!

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i love the idea of speaker in the door. and the flip up pannel...
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Add me to the maybe list.

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Add me to the maybe list please. I want to see what the finished product will look like and cost before making a decision. Plus I might be buying new tires so that will affect the money situation lol.
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Jim,

Please add me to maybe list. I need to see finished mold. Not crazy about courtesy light in door handle. (chrome thing on handle) like the hinged arm rest a lot.

Very Interested. I have some of Russ work, nice work, fair price. Maybe we can talk at NTFC meeting on 6-22.

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UPDATE: more photos trickling in...will have more shortly and we should have prototype by end of week to show:


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UPDATE: Just got word from Rob...get ready everyone...we should have some great updated photos of the prototype by tomorrow! Hang tight!
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Put me on the maybe list.
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UPDATE: Not the update I was hoping for, but solid progress:





Time-Line to Go:

As you can see from the pics the panel back is all finished minus the sanding to achieve final shaping and primer.

Its all made out of fiberglass now and not some flimsy vinyl covered cardboard.

Now that Rob has created the mold plug for the back parts of the door panel he can get the other side done to the same point of progress in less than two days
(since the trial and error part is over).

After that he will be fabricating the arm rests which he already knows exactly how is doing them.

Once those are all done and molded Rob will just make the simple mold of the upper back section of the panels to create the piece that gets the horizontal stitching on it.

At which point he will be completely done and ready to lift new parts out of the molds.

Rob will then test fit everything first on a Fiero door to ensure there is good fitment and to configure all of the mounting points.

Rob will then determine the best way to mount these before selling them so there can be some very clear cut instructions to go along with them.

More pictures shortly!
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At least it's progress.

We appreciate what you're trying to do for the Fiero community!
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UPDATE:

The drivers side panel is finished and ready for molding.


Rob started making the passenger side panel yesterday and He is already about 30% done with it.
He should be almost finished with the passenger side by tomorrow night. He will have molds off of them and be well on my way to completing the arm rests for both panels by weeks end.
If progress continues at this rate, with no problems, the door panel kits will be ready to produce by the end of next week!
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cool
hope you dont hit any snags and all progresses smoothly
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UPDATE: These are the COURTESY lights I will be using in my Quicksilver panels:

FYI: I purchased 05 VOLKSWAGEN PASSAT LEFT RIGHT REAR DOOR COURTESY LIGHT LAMP SET












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these are going to be on the door skins?
they look great
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UPDATE:

The drivers side panel is finished and ready for molding.


Rob started making the passenger side panel yesterday and He is already about 30% done with it.
He should be almost finished with the passenger side by tomorrow night. He will have molds off of them and be well on my way to completing the arm rests for both panels by weeks end.
If progress continues at this rate, with no problems, the door panel kits will be ready to produce by the end of next week!


The lower edge of the upper panel looks to be quite wavy. How will this affect the final appearance? Shouldn't this be a crisp, strait edge?

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Opie, how is the finished product going to be different from the "plug"? I have to agree with Nolan, that looks a little rough. Fit and finish will be the main concern.

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OK...I wasn't going to comment until the artist had a chance to respond...but this is my none fiberglass experienced thought.

There is another piece that goes over that piece (already seen it)...that is how the padded portion of that area will be able to be upholstered correctly.

But lets give Rob some time to get home from his other job and have a chance to share more. Some how I don't think the same guy that restored that MERA to that quality would produce a poor quality product...lets all watch and see

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No problemo, just curious.

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