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asianjack 
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Posted: January 28, 2007 at 3:59 AM / IP Logged  

took me about 12 hours to take apart the dash, suede it and put it back together. the only thing i didnt finish was putting back my deck and tv screen. im happy with the way it turned out though

sueded my dash -- posted image.

sueded my dash -- posted image.

sueded my dash -- posted image.

blufab 
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That looks real sharp man!! It looks like you got matching door panels? Do plan on having your seats reuphostered in the same color suede? Also, what model Mishubishi is that? Anyway keep up the good work.
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does that car actually have a working NES in it? lol
asianjack 
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sueded my dash -- posted image.

i was mad when duck hunt didnt work though lol.

and thanks, its a 98 gs. yeah i was thinking about doing the seats the same color but i dunno when that will happen

mustangfoo 
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wow that looks good!  Cool NES.  Don't know about the wiring job you have, looks like a fire hazrad waiting to happen.  Nice job though!  How much you spend on the project??
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asianjack 
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thanks. lol i made sure to disconnect the battery terminals. all the wires are nicely put away now...umm it cost me about $20 or so to do the dash, but it took a lot of time.
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$20? no way how much was the suede and all the materials you used? I can't even do a dash for $20! I didn't mean that way, I meant it looks real sloppy. You should have cleaned them up and wrapped them and put em in split loom, at least that is what Idda done.
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asianjack 
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i used micro suede and they were on sale for like $6 a yard at joanns. and i only needed like 2 yards and i just used this adhesive i got from home depot which was like $13. works great.

ooh ok, it was neat, i had it all zipped tied but i had to cut them cause they were in the way of getting the dash out.

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it's hard to tell but did you do the dash in one piece of did you stitch it?
asianjack 
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i did it in one piece. there were places where it didnt want to cooperate so i had to cut it and put a seperate piece under it. so that part didnt turn out too good
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