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Old 18th January 2010, 05:27   #91
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Great looking interiors, the beast looks great inside out
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thats one fantastic looking interiors, the napkin box looks good along with the cover on gear lever + steering wheel cover.

Compliments the interiors well of your beast.
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@getsurya, any photos of this job - sorry could not make it for the Himayatsagar drive else would have seen that first hand.
Hi Adzegeek, please find the pictures attached for the bottoms of the cubby holes, where I put odonil cakes in my car, the anti-skid mat on the dash and on the base of the odometer panel. Also the stickering done behind the door handles to avoid the scratches from nails

We missed you for the last TBHP meet, lets meet for the next one, which anyways would be round the corner!
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Thanks for the compliments San and Tan Surya, wow! very innovative idea for odonil. Any more ideas? Though the Scorpio has all those extra holes and space for water bottles, it has a smaller glove box. Also, I miss the coin box and the shelf from below the steering that came with the Indica. Do let me know if you have other ideas. I am thinking of innovating around the missing handle bar above the driver's seat to attach some sort of holder for my shades/glasses.
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Also the stickering done behind the door handles to avoid the scratches from nails
That is a great idea. where did you get the sticker from?
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That is a great idea. where did you get the sticker from?
You could do that OR leave a sticker saying long nailed people not allowed in! You an also hang a nail cutter around the mirror - but ofcourse damage would have already been done.
Thats the advantage of lighter shades, scratches aren't prominent as can be on darker colors.
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That is a great idea. where did you get the sticker from?
Thanks Guys for your compliments. The sticker is a DIY from the reflecting black stickers used for number plates. For the goggles, I use the goggle holder(clip) latched on the sun shade. I have got some black leather covers done for both sunshades with some pockets to hold pen/papers/fuel bills etc.
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getsurya, whats the steel pipe for ? scaring people?

I have used the remains of the yoga mat for the cubbyholes as well as the glove box, btw had used the yoga mat to damp the vibrations from the woofer.
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Hi SanSc, the steel pipe is for any unwanted 'discussions' with some unwanted elements on the road

Yoga mat is also a good option to use.
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Good job there with the seat covers pal. How much did it set you back by ?
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Nice seat covers, looks fantastic. please let us know the damage
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Yes the second button is for Engine Immobiliser factory reset and can add new password .

This is not available in the new Scorpio M Hawak as this uses RFID .
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That's a sweet job done with the seat covers! Enjoy!
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Very nice interiors on the Scorp, seat covers look amazing. Congrats on the buy. Wishing you many miles with the Scorp.
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Damages were 15.5K. Like I said before, the folks at Marvin were very professional. 10 guys spent almost the entire day making those seats. Thanks for the compliments!
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