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Old 12-29-2003, 05:10 PM   #11
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Those speaker boxes are horrid! Why on earth would you do that.... You can't even sit in the car!
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Old 12-29-2003, 05:30 PM   #12
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I was thinking the same thing Jason. That has to be awkward when driving it.
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Those last pics look like someone had waaaay too much time on their hands. I would hate to see what the outside of the car looked like if that is the effort that they put into the interior.

A new issue to debate: What do you call someone who rices out only the interior of their car?
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I've got carbon fiber on my dash and console and a few other areas. It is just like a wood dash kit, but real carbon fiber. I think it looks pretty good.
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I've got carbon fiber on my dash and console and a few other areas. It is just like a wood dash kit, but real carbon fiber. I think it looks pretty good.
where'd you get that from, or is it custom? definitely interested
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ive always been a fan of the woodgrain interior myself. i want to get the woodgrain interior someday when i have the money
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I've got carbon fiber on my dash and console and a few other areas. It is just like a wood dash kit, but real carbon fiber. I think it looks pretty good.
where'd you get that from, or is it custom? definitely interested
Umm, eBay. Someone with a store was cleaning out old stock, so I got it for cheap. Haven't seen another since. There was a woodgrain 97-99 set on there yesterday. Maybe you should email the seller and ask for what you want. A cf kit for 93-95 will work for 92, but find a dash bezel from a newer Bonny to replace the woodgrain one, or it may look a little funny with wood peeking out from behind.

If I can find the auction, I'll post a link,
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I've got carbon fiber on my dash and console and a few other areas. It is just like a wood dash kit, but real carbon fiber. I think it looks pretty good.
where'd you get that from, or is it custom? definitely interested
Umm, eBay. Someone with a store was cleaning out old stock, so I got it for cheap. Haven't seen another since. There was a woodgrain 97-99 set on there yesterday. Maybe you should email the seller and ask for what you want. A cf kit for 93-95 will work for 92, but find a dash bezel from a newer Bonny to replace the woodgrain one, or it may look a little funny with wood peeking out from behind.

If I can find the auction, I'll post a link,
thanks man
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Here'* one in Burlwood. Maybe if you email the guy, he'll substitute carbon fiber.
He has them on his website.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...tem=2456920932
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Maybe a little decoration...perhaps ONE of the elements in the photos? (except those gauges...eek...seems like they would defeat the purpose...make your eyesight go all wonky)
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