I created exhaust guards at the bottom of the legs, and I’ve started shaping the main personnel carrier section.
The ducts were secured to the fiberglass dash using something called a Chicago nut/bolt fastener – they are also called barrel nuts/bolts. They have a very low profile, so it won’t interfere with the upholstery or the trim pieces. The couplers I glassed in are being used to connect a 2.5″ hose for the HVAC […]
This entire process took about 4 hours – 1 hour to install the bull-bars and 3 hours to mount and wire in the fog lights. Due to the laws in Ontario (Canada) a front license plate must be mounted. These bull-bars interfere with the stock location of the license plate. So in order to comply […]
Not the prettiest application of fiberglass, but it works! A fresh coat of paint always makes it look better.
It took me a while to think of how I was going to keep the glove box door secured during driving. The solution was simple – VELCRO.
It took a while for me to think about how I was going to mount the glove box door. I found a set of 1″ brass hinges (at Canadian Tire) that were small enough to be hidden, …but big enough to provide support strength. The brackets required a notch to be cut out – this […]
I’ve decided against the installation the stock HVAC system – it was causing fitment issues with the PISA dash. So I’m going to run a custom venting system using vacuum tubing. More details to follow….
Since I am installing the PISA Fiero dash, I have some room to add an electrical junction box. This junction box will act as a future expansion for interior electronics. I used an existing bracket I pulled from the Fiero and welded it onto another bracket. This will serve as a mounting point for the […]
The original harness was cut for a custom stereo installation. I used a stock harness I pulled from a local yard to repair it back to OEM.