I have been Photoshopping a few mock-ups of the paint scheme I’d like for the Fiero. I’m going to retain the gold colour, but add a satin black to the mix.
Man cave build-up. AKA, the garage. I will let the pictures do the talking…
I have completed the installation of the HVAC system. The 2.5″ SHOP-VAC tubing was used to run the air-flow, and a plate (made of fiberglass) was fabricated – this allowed the tubes to mount to the stock HVAC outlet. This was a time consuming modification – 6.5 hours total.
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 […]
After the fiberglass cured, I pulled off the duct-tape and trimmed the edges. It will require a little more sanding and body-filler to finish, …but I’m quite pleased with how it turned out.
I decided to fix the dash gap with fiberglass, rather than rely on upholstery to cover up the misalignment. Duct-tape was used to form the shape, and act as a removable barrier. It turned out quite well.
I spent the last three hours adding additional support for the fiberglass center console – a.k.a. the armrest. It involved fabricating a metal bracket and a fiberglass ledge. I also mounted the shifter boot – this boot is just used as a mock-up. I have a nice Rodney Dickman leather boot that will take it’s […]