Man cave build-up. AKA, the garage. I will let the pictures do the talking…
If you need to install an LCD screen in an area that doesn’t have studs accessible to anchor the mount(s), then this post should help you out. There are two windows (on each side) where the LCD mount needed to be installed. The mount being used is a Monster articulating LCD mount, and it only […]
I finished the installation of the Fiero sub woofers, and powered up the SST radio for a test run. I still have a wiring mess to hide, …but it sounded great!
I finished mating the SST harness to the Fiero radio harness. I bought the Fiero radio harness off eBay for $5. It allows you to adapt any radio harness to the stock harness. It also allows quick disconnect/reconnect for servicing – all without cutting any wires.
The new SST radio comes with a flush mounting kit. This allows the controller to be mounted “properly” in the dash – rather than using the standard bracket. In order to mount it in the Fiero, …like everything else, …fabrication needs to be done. I used 16 gauge steel to create a mounting plate.
I need to install the interior door panels, …and finish installing the sound system, …but aside from those two elements, the interior is done.
After 2 years, the seats are back in the Fiero. I can actually sit in the car now. In the pic I have a pair of old seat covers on them. I want to keep them protected for the remaining installations.
I installed the Rodney Dickman Euro “Ferrari” shifter to the 4-speed shifter assembly.
The custom speaker covers turned out well.
Big day. After 7 months of hard work, the dash is finally back in. I still need to add the components – such as the extra gauges and the MP3 player. But it is satisfying to see this interior come together. FINALLY.