|04-06-2012 04:24 PM|
actually i was able to find somewhat of a decent full view of the trunk for the caymen. the second photo is of a center console we built in a 66 chevelle. again, we did a huge stereo in this one. we actually hid 2 6 inch subwoofers in the center console. they sound absolutely incredible for such small subwoofers.
but sorry for all the rambling. just thought id share a little bit of the work weve done here recently
|04-06-2012 04:18 PM|
|jbowling||these are some of the recent trunks weve done. the last one was a big stereo/trunk buildout that we did in a porsche caymen r. i cant really find a good full picture of the trunk unfortunately|
|04-06-2012 11:20 AM|
|John long||Go to The Hotrodders Lounge in the Forum. Very good thread there.|
|04-06-2012 11:08 AM|
|jbowling||if somebody can tell me how to post pictures ill throw up some of the work ive done|
|04-06-2012 11:07 AM|
|jbowling||for kick panels i always hide screws and will occasionaly use velcro like what was posted in the picture above. as for trunk build outs, maybe one panel will have hidden screws, the rest are all pressure fit. that way they stay where they need to, look clean, and can be easily removed if need be. thats the best way to do it i feel. but to each their own!|
|04-05-2012 06:33 PM|
Sorry to be so inept at posting photos. Here is a shot of the back of the panel.
|04-04-2012 01:39 PM|
Having trouble down loading photos. Here is a better shot of installed panel
|04-04-2012 12:42 PM|
Here are a couple of pictures of my kick panel. The rumble seat hinge makes showing the trunk panel difficult. I personally do not care for screw heads showing but that is purely personal taste.
|04-04-2012 08:20 AM|
John is absolutely correct-on my build, I kind of lost my mind, made them from 6061T6 Aluminum and installed them using Dzus fasteners to make them easy to take out (as my Fuel Sender/Fuel Pump can only be accessed through the Floor-you can see some of the crappy pictures I took in my Journal)-
Anyway, there are lots of choices of materials and attachment methods (your imagination is your only boundary), depending on your needs to access wiring, etc.-
|04-03-2012 09:11 PM|
|John long||There is no right or wrong way but I like to make some tabs that I can use a heavy duty Velcro on. It will hold a panel tightly with no screws showing and make removal super easy. Works well for kick panels also.|
|04-03-2012 08:26 PM|
Has anyone built trunk panels in a late 30s early 40s coupe? I can build the panels the question would be mounting them in there so they look and stay tight. Any tips would be great