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Old 18-01-2009, 06:18 PM   #1
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Finished by interior off and boot

Thought you may be interested to see my interior that I have been working on with a pal. Since fitting carbon door cards, we have:

- stripped out most of the interior panels and seat parts and painted them black (after hours of prep to get rid of the grain finish)
- fitted and paint a lifeline fire ext' to the carpeted rear
- changed out the seats, harnesses, gaiters
- painted the works bell steering wheel lock.
- rebuilt the defi gauge center housing (for 6 gauges)
- relocated the line lock / 2wd swtiches, etc to the center of the dash
- relocated the AEM AFR gauge and defi shift light also

Any way, just general tidying, see what you think......
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Old 18-01-2009, 06:20 PM   #2
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Mate looks good, but i think the left hand drive conversion isnt really going well ;)
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couple of snaps of the boot also

- repainted the boot
- painted battery tray and general trim
- relocated wiper nossel tank to the boot and painted it
- sat a green eyed monster in the boot, lol
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mate this is one hell of as ride

I have to see one day when the weather gets better and the show season kicks off again

do you intend to track it
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mate this is one hell of as ride

I have to see one day when the weather gets better and the show season kicks off again

do you intend to track it
cheers mate

yeah it will getting out and about, once the good weather comes and the events kick off for sure.

I may do a track day or 2, but really it has been built to do the 1/4. I would like to see a low 11 minimum and maybe a high 10 even, if I get the boost cranked up and the launch right.
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Mate looks good, but i think the left hand drive conversion isnt really going well ;)

lol, just waiting for that lhd steering column to arrive - should be a doddle to fit!
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Old 18-01-2009, 08:07 PM   #7
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Looks very tidy mate, very nice, i have just got the same mats the other day!!!

Ebay!!
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Looks sweet fella.
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