SN-95 Interior Styling Thread

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by tomustang, Jul 30, 2006.

  1. tomustang

    tomustang New Member

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    Yes we need a thread for this, same with Exterior and I will start it, post up your mix of interior looks and mods for future reference for other enthusists

    Here's the 2001+ Park Brake Boot in my Cobra

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    Autometer Instrument Cluster Bezel (Yes, I have black ones because they are from my old GT)

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    Brake Boot and Autometer Instrument Cluster Bezel

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  2. 96SVTCobra

    96SVTCobra New Member

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    That stock shift knob=suxor. It got really humid here in kansas last week and during a shift the threads that hold it together all busted and the leather came off in my hand. Underneath it is a shitty piece of plastic with the shift pattern on it (looks like a CHEAP pre-1990s honda knob.) My friend had his stock 03 cobra shifter sitting around and even though it has the 6 speed pattern on it, feels 10x better and looks 10x better than the stock one. I'll try to get some pics because I think it looks great. It's also bigger.
     
  3. SonicStang

    SonicStang Active Member

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    Nice Cobra! :thumb:
    Here's my stuff:

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    Tri-Ax wrapped in Cobra leather boot, surrounded by Steeda aluminum ring. Cobra leather shift knob.

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    UPR slimline a/c knobs

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    Center dash-area painted glossy black to match the outside color. AutoMeter Lunar Gauges.

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    Fire Extinguisher

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    Painted door handles

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    Bullitt Pedals

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    UPR headlight knob

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    Ford Racing floor mats

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    Fuzzy Dices :D

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    Gauges in A-Pillar, white overlays

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    Night Shot
     
  4. 96SVTCobra

    96SVTCobra New Member

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    how can you possibly pay attention to those guages in the CD player slot?!
     
  5. Lightning Struck

    Lightning Struck Post Whore

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    im wondering the same ???
     
  6. MeanGrn Gt

    MeanGrn Gt Well-Known Member

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    i am going to do some work to the interior this week. I am putting in a new cd player. Then i am going to put the ac controls at the bottom slot possibly, then the cd player in the center and have 3 2 1/16 gauges in the top slot. Going with autometer phantom II's. Ill see if i can get some pics up when i get around to doing it which should be tomorrow.
     
  7. Iceman12

    Iceman12 New Member

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    I like those gauges there, where did u get that bracket to hold them? Did u make it your self, if so, how? I've wanted to do that for a while in my car, that's the only way I'll be getting a new radio. I can't stand the thought of an empty hole, or some lil shelf there for some reason. That and I'm not a huge fan of the A-pillar gauges. There is nothing wrong with them, they look nice, function well, its just I see too many cars with um. Under the radio is not as convenient, but looks nicer in my opinion. Besides, with a bolt on car, all the gauges I NEED are already on the dash. Extra ones are just cause I like um. ;)
     
  8. Lightning Struck

    Lightning Struck Post Whore

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    I've got to get a new player too, my damn mach 460 has been screwed up for a while now. 90% of the time it wont eject the cd and I have to keep hitting the eject button and turning the power on and off to get it to come out. :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad: :mad:
     
  9. Matt94GT

    Matt94GT Post Whore Retired Staff SN95 Supporter

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    Get a new stereo :p

    Nice work I really like the leather shift/ebrake boots I hope to get those sometime down the road.
     
  10. 96SVTCobra

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    ah me too! pieces of shit.