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Old 19-04-2009, 19:17   #1 (permalink)
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Interior shots of additions

Just finished fitting my TF mirror so I decided to take some interior shots of the additions I have added since owning the car. Not the most exciting topic but hey it might be of interest to some of you.

TF Mirror:






Black Oak fascia and door pulls:








Dash pocket from Mark 1:


Also fitted rear headrest from a Streetwise (thanks to Skrib), they are in black but I eventually intend to have the interior reupholstered. I think they look ok for now anyway and much better than just having a rear bench. Also added the rear grab handles from a Rover 25 as I never had anywhere to hang clothes and thought it looked a bit poverty spec without them. Plus I have the Xpower seat belt pads front and back:
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Looks good mate...looking forward to getting my hands on a pair of the inner door handles...dash facia looks mint, mines a bitty tatty tbh! (me being picky, lol)

Ive experienced the same problem with the clothes hooks, neva knew the ones out of the 25 fit, mite consider getting some, as usually hang mine off the bracket for the back shelf...coming along nicely! chrome vents make a huge difference...mite have a set for sale soon
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Looks good mate...looking forward to getting my hands on a pair of the inner door handles...dash facia looks mint, mines a bitty tatty tbh! (me being picky, lol)

Ive experienced the same problem with the clothes hooks, neva knew the ones out of the 25 fit, mite consider getting some, as usually hang mine off the bracket for the back shelf...coming along nicely! chrome vents make a huge difference...mite have a set for sale soon
Cheers mate, yeah the fascia was brand new and unopened in the bag so there isnt a mark on it! Undecided on the chrome vents, i like the ZR ones. Did you get more chrome vents than you needed?
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looking good mate, a few subtle mods that make a big difference
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looking good mate, a few subtle mods that make a big difference
Cheers mate, I think it is the subtle things that can be mosti mpressive sometimes. My mates noticed the black oak straight away and commented on the improvement it made, yet when I got the sideskirts and exhuast nobody noticed! Next subtle little mod will be putting the proper cigarette lighter socket in instead of the power outlet with crappy plastic stub!
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I ditched the rear grab handles when I retrimmed my roofliner as 1) it required less spraying and modifying, and 2) they are an eyesore!

Some nice touches there though mate, like the handles and dash, headrests don't look out of place either



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