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Old 04-02-2013, 11:44 PM   #36
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Thanks! It is, I like It better than the boring brown/ tan look. Still a long process but I got an idea of how it will look down the road. I'm thinking a small roll cage and an x brace like how the new boss has.
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Thanks! It is, I like It better than the boring brown/ tan look. Still a long process but I got an idea of how it will look down the road. I'm thinking a small roll cage and an x brace like how the new boss has.
That would look sick with the total black interior.
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Yea hopefully it goes as planned and then repaint the car oem black within the year
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wow this project looks awesome. im so gona try this
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It is! Will keep progress and pictures going
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It is! Will keep progress and pictures going
How many cans did you need? For each? And what spray did you use?
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I used 6 cans of rustoleum bumper paint works great and better than most plastic paints. And 4 cans of rustoleum crystal gloss enamel. But key here is prep work!
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I used 6 cans of rustoleum bumper paint works great and better than most plastic paints. And 4 cans of rustoleum crystal gloss enamel. But key here is prep work!
Damn that's not much at all.. Nice! I'm doing this soon!:
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I used 6 cans of rustoleum bumper paint works great and better than most plastic paints. And 4 cans of rustoleum crystal gloss enamel. But key here is prep work!
This is my favorite project on the forums. Keep us updated for when you do the carpets man, your car is going to look sick when its done. No s of a weird question but is there any stickiness with the paint?
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Old 04-03-2013, 12:28 PM   #45
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This is my favorite project on the forums. Keep us updated for when you do the carpets man, your car is going to look sick when its done. No s of a weird question but is there any stickiness with the paint?
I will, I ordered the floor carpet so it should be here by Monday since I'm on the west coast. No it's not sticky at all it looks almost oem and feels like oem.
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I will, I ordered the floor carpet so it should be here by Monday since I'm on the west coast. No it's not sticky at all it looks almost oem and feels like oem.
I want to do this but I need to buy a new interior from the accident so if I can't find a charcoal interior ill buy the parchment one from a junk yard and paint it.

My dash on the passenger side where the airbag is destroyed the center console bezel and shift bezel clips are broken too.
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Ill post better pictures when I get it back
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Ouch, I need to get the radio bezel also from a junkyard, mines been broken and it's like 80 bucks online for that piece of plastic.
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Ouch, I need to get the radio bezel also from a junkyard, mines been broken and it's like 80 bucks online for that piece of plastic.
The door I got from the junkyard is flawless charcoal I was going to sell it online for $100 or on CL but I might keep it and start hitting up the yards every weekend for interior parts.
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Yea same here I will hit up the yards and see if I can get some pieces
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This is awesome! I hate my grey interior and want to do this soon!!! I'm very curious to see how this holds up on the wheel, door handles, places that get touched alot. As said above, when you get done you should go back and get everything together from start to finish and do a write for those of us wanting to do this. Be sure to include all the materials you used such as prep stuff, paint, etc. LOOKS GREAT!
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This is awesome! I hate my grey interior and want to do this soon!!! I'm very curious to see how this holds up on the wheel, door handles, places that get touched alot. As said above, when you get done you should go back and get everything together from start to finish and do a write for those of us wanting to do this. Be sure to include all the materials you used such as prep stuff, paint, etc. LOOKS GREAT!
I will post pics after a couple months and see how durable it is or to see if it fades. I will start taking pictures of what I used and prepping it. Thanks!
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Carpet came in today so will be installing it tmrw and putting on interior pieces as well
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Out with the old in with the new
That's the used one you bought right? It looks good so far. Any fitment issues or problems getting the old carpet out?
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That's the used one you bought right? It looks good so far. Any fitment issues or problems getting the old carpet out?
Yeap used off a 03 cobra for 80 bucks. Nope no fitment issues at all besides the previous owner was just tall so he moved the seat rails back and I had to cut some new holes so I can bolt up the rear seats.
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So I'm going to be painting my interior black because I'm tired of the tan color. I'm having trouble with taking off the middle center piece. I took off the 2 bolts that go on the top but it's not budgin. Am I missing something?
+1000000000000000 I hate the tan in my cobra especially when I have the top down!
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Yea so far I'm like 50% done with the interior. Still have to do the headliner, get some terminator seats and then do an x brace in the back
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Yea so far I'm like 50% done with the interior. Still have to do the headliner, get some terminator seats and then do an x brace in the back
I was thinking about finding a junker and using all interior from it :p
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Out with the old in with the new
Did you have trouble with the center console?:p
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I was thinking about finding a junker and using all interior from it :p
For the interior pieces?
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Did you have trouble with the center console?:p
Yea in the beginning I did but now it's a breeZe
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Yea in the beginning I did but now it's a breeZe
Yeah stupid e-brake lol
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I know had to jerk that sucker up
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For the interior pieces?
Yeah for all the interior pieces but finding a junker isn't that easy where I live at lol the only junker I know is a complete 70' mach 1 with the seats gone, engine in it but the rear end and grans are gone. Imma pick it up for $1000 and yes the window vin reads a real g in the window as the fifth digit if anyone doesn't know the codes for the old cars g is for boss 302!
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Out with the old in with the new
How hard to install it the carpet? I have one from AM too but I have no chance to install it.
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Yeah for all the interior pieces but finding a junker isn't that easy where I live at lol the only junker I know is a complete 70' mach 1 with the seats gone, engine in it but the rear end and grans are gone. Imma pick it up for $1000 and yes the window vin reads a real g in the window as the fifth digit if anyone doesn't know the codes for the old cars g is for boss 302!
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How hard to install it the carpet? I have one from AM too but I have no chance to install it.
It's super easy like 10 min really.
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It's super easy like 10 min really.
Good to hear. Ty
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Yea just take off seats and some clips and good to go
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