I am the point now, that I wish the wife would just call Chip Foose, make up a sob story about why I cant get it done, and come home one day to find the car missing from my garage.Man I wish you would just finish this already, each day I look on to see some huge progress..jk
This project is awesome, I'm not creative at all so it's really interesting how you think the design through and refine through trial and error. Very impressive, can't wait to see the finished product.
Not ignoring you,..that was a consideration and there was a point that that was a "plan". But considering the it's taking so damn long just to get the thing roughed out, adding an entire perimeter light circuit will take the car into the 20's.You could put low watt lights behind the perforated metal in the dash and console,be like the ambient lighting in the new fords
Because the pieces that make up the gauge pod are round, and the pieces that make up the underpod are rectangular.Just curious what made you go with a rectangle pod, instead of matching pods? Besides the obvious, you are MadMike and generally do the opposite of rational thought.
I appreciate that, but lets not lose touch w/ the reality that it will never, ever, ever put any of the worlds most expensive interiors to shame.I believe the completed interior will have a fit and finish that will put some of the most expensive automobiles on the planet to shame. Really incredible work.
Yeah,...but I didn't want (or need) a big touch screen. The head unit I bought is even w/o a CD player. 100% digital media streamer. makes for a very short, very light chassis, that has built in bluetooth. Anything that's on my phone will come through that dude w/o a wire, and I will be all hands free and s hit when it comes to talking on the phone.
Your're wrong. My super awesome digital gauges have an OVAL trim ring.Correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't your super awesome RECTANGULAR digital gauges going to sit in the middle of the upper round gauge pod? So why does a rectangular head unit not fit into the same design for down below?
I mean, its your car, but you should listen to me tell you how to build it...
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