It became so open to the engine room so i made a spoiler with brake light to cover it a little.20170430_155252

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Thank you all for the nice comments Smiler


Now i am trying to get the interior to match the outside! Not so easy task and i make it from aluminum very difficult material to work with compared to metal20170514_130449

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This screen are connected to the ECU by Bluetooth and showing all i need to now!

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Hi Peter yes the old tunnel is there!

Kjeld. I think i use the stock gauges they look pretty nice! I also have stock gauges in my other Pantera with custom interior and it fits nice. But i have not decided if i use the small gauges at all, because i have the screen and the center console is so clean looking without gauges.
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Originally posted by kim k:...i have the screen and the center console is so clean looking without gauges.


even though your other interior looks great, I think I would like the "no gauge" look of the center console too!

maybe it is the photo's perspective, but will you have enough room for your hand with forward shifts?

Hi all
I have been very busy at work since last summer but now i have some time over for my own project again. I will try to get the interior done now!20171015_170832_[1)

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Instrument panel primed and ready for upholstery! Last gauge placement was a compromise but i think its looks okay20180219_072258

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I feel like such an underachiever while looking at the incredible talents that you and others have on this Forum. Truly an inspiration. Incredible work!

It fits nice! Made a new aluminum pice with built in starter button at same time.20180310_200605

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Made small insert, now its better. Still not 100% sure if i like it has to give it some time!

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Now i make some reinforcement for the A-pillar and roof line in hard 1,5mm sheet metal

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A roll cage would be much stronger but i don't like to have it visible
So this is a compromise!20180223_190929

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And its connected in the back with the reinforcement i made when i changed the roof sheet20180224_191312

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Some switches don't have space in center console
so here is the parts for a roof panel20180315_195643

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Really like your roof panel. Have wondered why some of the customizers haven't gone this route before.
Gary Hall used to offer a fiberglas or blow-molded plastic overhead console for switches, etc. Call Tara- they might still have some. The wiring was all concealed in one of the stock a-pillar covers as I did with our hard-wired radar detector above the stock mirror.

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