post #1 of Old 01-06-2006, 06:45 PM Thread Starter
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Sizzle interior pics

I finally finished the interior, way different than i had planned. I ended up having to pull a headliner from a wrecked xj and cut a hole for the sunroof. please tell me i did a good job, it was such a fcuking pain to do!

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post #2 of Old 01-06-2006, 06:49 PM
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looks pretty , i just put a big hole in my headliner with somthing, i know theres a big tear i just dont remember what i did with it

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I was pullin' for the leopard print.

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i wanted to put in a bettter print, but there are few ways to attach cloth to that fiberglass board that dont involve wacky chemicals
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Looks good!
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holy bejezzes, not a face to put to the sizzle chest name..... glad you dont look like ur avitar

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i don't see any crushed velvet or color shifting paint, not even a skull shifter.

still looks good though.

thats a crazy looking sunroof. good job with the cutout.
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Looks good!
thanks! thats what i like to hear!
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Looks good, how did ya seal the sun/moon roof to prevent further problem$!
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i popped a can of silcon all over my hands and smeared it around the edges. looks real good . . . i'll have to post a picture of that!
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Looks good, glad you went that route. How much did it cost you for the new headliner? It looks real clean.

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i went to that place way out 99 with that guy with the googly-eyes. that was the only headliner in the yard that wasnt completely fcuked up and he said 35 and i said 30, which was way too much IMO. however, we got in an arguement because that liner came with some sensor ball and a rear-speaker dealy with two speakers. Well, he said the original quote was for the headliner alone, and i said that those pieces were part of it since there was huge holes cut out for them. he said no, and i said, "well, i'm not buying some headliner with a bunch of holes in it." so he said he'd do it, but just this time. . .so i got some speakers and a sensor ball that isnt hooked up to anything. i dont even know what it does.
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. . .so i got some speakers and a sensor ball that isnt hooked up to anything. i dont even know what it does.

If the sensor ball is up by the rearview mirror, i believe it is part of a keyless entry system.

BTW - Looks good!
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Looks good man, did it come out of a newer XJ? And I wouldn't have been able to resist buying some leapord print material and a can of spray glue.

Actually, camo print might have been pretty cool.

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