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Conversion Interior Color / Alcantara
the gray parts are painted dark blue mat, so everything is uniform.
and the sparco seats are covered with alcantara, like the other parts already (sky, columns, engine cover).
and the embroidery is aligned like the recaro seats of my megane rs.
removed door panel:
center console removed:
dashboard upper part removed:
dashboard subdivided removed (don't worry, looks worse than it is):
the parts for painting (still to be taken apart):
arrived at the saddler and decomposed:
original covers separated and with the new alcantara blanks and my template brought to the embroider:
next week, the parts going to the paint and I get to view the embroider samples...
Last edited by arno samimi; 14-02-2011 at 08:16:35.
looking good mate - wish you lived a little closer!!
my son is going to Switzerland on friday on a skiing holiday - lucky sod!
that really is a good looking clio
I must say your automotive knowledge and skill once again prove outstanding. Great work I could never attempt anything like this. Garage aint half bad either !!
Originally Posted by RS_James
this garage is the place where I work professionally every day...
Fantastic as always arno, keep up the good work mate
for painting, the parts totally disassembled yet:
and replaced the alcantara- part from the door panels.
after warming up in the heat chamber of the paint shop, it went off without losses:
the embroidered parts are back and get it next week the saddler:
the painted plastic interior parts, I get back after next week and I can start assembling.
today went a little further.
parts back from paint:
and the two alcantara linings (in the "new right" color) are back of saddler,
so i can finish the installation of the center console:
completes the dashboard:
and again inside:
next week continues...
it went a bit further.
central console completes:
dashboard upper part completed:
and today, the saddler finally brought the finished seats:
next week, the seats are installed and it goes into the final phase... (door panels and other details)
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