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post #41 of 90 (permalink) Old 09-23-2013, 07:16 PM
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thanks for letting me know. i will have to pass by home depot

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hi all!

any pics for a black and red interior????????

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any pics for a black and red interior????????
Did you look at post #22?
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Did you look at post #22?
dammmmmmmnn thats sooooooooooo friggin hot lol

but i was thinking more red..my black interior is soooooooooo boring

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Already posted this in my other thread but just putting here for the sticky interior thread. Lots of work on mine: alcantara dash with diamond stitching, carbon fiber, piano black dash pieces, Sparco Pro2000 seats, shifter ball and boot, inlaid V1 remote, Cosworth Pi Omega dash with gps
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Already posted this in my other thread but just putting here for the sticky interior thread. Lots of work on mine: alcantara dash with diamond stitching, carbon fiber, piano black dash pieces, Sparco Pro2000 seats, shifter ball and boot, inlaid V1 remote, Cosworth Pi Omega dash with gps
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I had my biscuit elise seats redone with the center in matt black perforated leather with oem stitch pattern. Also center condole black leather.


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Sickest one I've ever seen

Bro, that's BANANAS. The alcantara goes around the binnacle And the steering coumn?! Damn.

Did you send those pieces out to be "piano black" and it's heavy coats of gloss black with clearcoat or more to it than that?

CF is tasteful and lovely at the same time. Are all the CF pieces from one mfgr?

How do you like the QR steering wheel?

More pics from various angles, Please!
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Already posted this in my other thread but just putting here for the sticky interior thread. Lots of work on mine: alcantara dash with diamond stitching, carbon fiber, piano black dash pieces, Sparco Pro2000 seats, shifter ball and boot, inlaid V1 remote, Cosworth Pi Omega dash with gps
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Let's see how it all works together

Well, saturday 8:30AM, a Lotus Elise with no interior and my wife wondering if I will fix all the interior parts that are lying at dining room back into the car... Easy challenge!! (Let's see what happens at the endo of the day).

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And that's how it all together looks like:




Water transfer printing. Carbon look, the cheapest way to go...


Same finish to central tunnel


I like it. The pattern is quite real.


Door panels in black an perforated center with white stitch




Center of steering wheel redone in black


Brodery custom made. ONLY 5€ EACH!!!


Double stitch and squared pattern as in more modern Elises

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^^^ What gauges are those? You have done a ton of custom work on that car. I'd love to see it in person. Is the car in Fountain Hills or still back East?
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hopefully it's not hot where you are. you plugged up all the driver's vents!

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hopefully it's not hot where you are. you plugged up all the driver's vents!
I was thinking the same thing, but then again I was driving around today with my windows down and no A/C in 107. Maybe he is the same kind of weird...
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I was thinking the same thing, but then again I was driving around today with my windows down and no A/C in 107. Maybe he is the same kind of weird...
OMG! It would be even hotter inside. I can't really stand driving in upper 80s. 90s? forget it.

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^^^ What gauges are those? You have done a ton of custom work on that car. I'd love to see it in person. Is the car in Fountain Hills or still back East?
cars here in fountain hills!!

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hopefully it's not hot where you are. you plugged up all the driver's vents!
surpsingly its not bad at all. tops usually off, windows open. 110 this week and drove it almost all day yesterday.

as for the gauges, they are speedhut speedo and tach. wasnt very keen on the stock piss yellow lotus cluster lol.

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And that's how it all together looks like:
That's crazy how the speakers are at the front of the door sills!

Wait, you live in Mallorca?!?
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Am I crazy?

Here are the GTI seats:

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And here is a plaid pattern I've found:

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I am going to redo my seats soon, so I was thinking of doing a cloth center with that pattern and leather everywhere else, fix the padding ('05), and add harness grommets.


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Am I crazy?

Here are the GTI seats:

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And here is a plaid pattern I've found:

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I am going to redo my seats soon, so I was thinking of doing a cloth center with that pattern and leather everywhere else, fix the padding ('05), and add harness grommets.


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I think it's worth a try if you have leather or alcantara anywhere else in the cabin. Otherwise it would just be plaid and cheap plastic.


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I thought I posted mine here before but I guess not...

Full Carbon fiber interior


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The matching key too

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