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I live in Australia....can you do one/s for us RHD guys?..... 2008 RHD 111s (looks like it's grey inside?)... THANKS! ED
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I live in Australia....can you do one/s for us RHD guys?..... 2008 RHD 111s (looks like it's grey inside?)... THANKS! ED


Old Fella, I really appreciate for your interest in my glovebox. Unfortunately, I am not able to manage to make the RHD version yet. Sorry...
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Really impressed with that, also impressed with your carpeting any chance of a fuller picture so we see the overall effect?
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Really impressed with that, also impressed with your carpeting any chance of a fuller picture so we see the overall effect?


Rascal, thank you so much for your compliment . I will try to take some pictures in this weekend!
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Old Fella, I really appreciate for your interest in my glovebox. Unfortunately, I am not able to manage to make the RHD version yet. Sorry...
Are you going to make a right hand drive?
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Are you going to make a right hand drive?


I am sorry, it is not in a plan of record...
My wife is 9.5 months pregnant now, I may have focus on taking care of her... Sorry...

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I am sorry, it is not in a plan of record...
My wife is 9.5 months pregnant now, I may have focus on taking care of her... Sorry...
Congrats on your about to arrive baby, hope mum and baby are well.
I'm sure you will let us know if you decide to make for a right hand Elise.
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Congrats on your about to arrive baby, hope mum and baby are well.
I'm sure you will let us know if you decide to make for a right hand Elise.

Thanks for your greeting!
Yes, I will inform you as soon as I get a chance to work on it.
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hmm, wouldn't it just be the same, you could just flip everything over?

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hmm, wouldn't it just be the same, you could just flip everything over?


Good question , this has been asked couple times by other members. There are a few differences - hinges location and latches location. And most of the components are pre-powder coated before assembly. For the right hand version, components will have to be fabricated from raw material. This is not incredible hard, it just need some times to work on it... If possible, I will try to work on it after the baby is few months old, but no guarantee.... I am very sorry for the wait. And thanks for your patience...

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Just wondering if you've given any thought to producing a carbon fiber version...

That would look amazing.

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Just wondering if you've given any thought to producing a carbon fiber version...

That would look amazing.

darkSol, I like your beast, BOE rev400! Perhaps, I should upgrade mine in one day...
Yes, I have evaluated the carbon fiber version, but it will be relatively more expensive due to the latches and hinges design.
But, I have been considering and will definately try to spend some times for 3M carbon fiber vinyl and different colors for matching the exterior colors, hopefully not too far from future...
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As promised, here are some pictures of my interior. Sorry for the dirty carpet...
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Thanks for the piccy's it has certainly help with the decision to fully carpet my Elise.
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Thanks for the piccy's it has certainly help with the decision to fully carpet my Elise.


Good luck!
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This morning I installed this glovebox and I have to say that it is one of the best mods I have done to my Elise. The level of quality, the packaging, communication, and instructions that are provided are better than any mass manufactured part I have ever ordered!
It took me less than 10 minuted for the installation. I'll try to get some pics up later.

Thanks Lotushii for a great product and I hope you and your family are doing great!

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This morning I installed this glovebox and I have to say that it is one of the best mods I have done to my Elise. The level of quality, the packaging, communication, and instructions that are provided are better than any mass manufactured part I have ever ordered!
It took me less than 10 minuted for the installation. I'll try to get some pics up later.

Thanks Lotushii for a great product and I hope you and your family are doing great!

Andy


Andy, I really appreciate for your compliments. And it has been great to work with you too!
My baby boy was born on last Sunday. Wife and baby are good. I have been helping out at the house, will not enjoy my Lotus for at least a few months later...
Looking forward to see pictures of your car!
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Congrats on the birth of your new son, glad to hear mother and baby are well.
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