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Just a query how much did getting that lot fabricated cost??
You better sit down (!) for this one......Rear bench (alcantara and ribbed cloth) with the embroidery and head rests was £650 and the door cards were another £200 but the level of workmanship is excellent.
Originally Posted by Adam-M
Car looks stunning mate, where did you get the splitter and retrim from?
The retrim was done by a guy called James Watt (Jim) in Perth, he's on the same industrial site as RA motorsport. The splitter is from JM carbon - its fine and looks great but I had some issues and the overall quality is a little dubious.
Originally Posted by chocolate_o_brian
Very impressive, yet not over done. Your Wagon is a credit to you, looks very, very nice
Cheers man, just a 'few' more things to finish her off!
A great looking car with tasteful and quality modifications/upgrades, well done!
Watch out this centre console though as it may scratch very easily (if it is from the same material as the one on Forester Sti's), only use a damp microfibre cloth and rub very gently to clean.
What suspension/springs are you on?
Are saloon door cards not a direct fit?
I hear you on the delicate material - I have already marked it a little but it looks the shizzle!
I'm running on brand new full STi shocks and prodrive (Eibach) springs. The Saloon cards are a direct replacement but the only ones I could fine were still £175 and used obviously. For anther £25 I get brand new cloth matched ones with a nice little extra cusioning! Plus you only get that 'new smell' with...eh....new ones!!