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    C-5 Double Din and 3 Gauge Pod

    I recently sold my Silver Z06, but I wanted to share the gauge pod I had made. It is one of the cleanest pods I have seen for the Vettes. I had him remove the cup holder since it's useless















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    Doug? Doug?

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    different car - wont fit in mine

    and i dont have any gauges to install ...

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    Looks really nice, but I don't need a lot of extra gauges. My boost gauge can be completely concealed behind the ashtray door, so as not to draw unnecessary attention. If I need to see it, I flip up the door.

    <<--- yes, sir... it is completely bone stock, except for the exhaust tips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WA 2 FST View Post
    Looks really nice, but I don't need a lot of extra gauges. My boost gauge can be completely concealed behind the ashtray door, so as not to draw unnecessary attention. If I need to see it, I flip up the door.

    <<--- yes, sir... it is completely bone stock, except for the exhaust tips.
    True, your car does sound bone stock. . . . . till you go WOT

    I wanted something visible at all times that looked stock. Plus with the big cam and full exhaust, people know it isn't stock

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    Quote Originally Posted by BC Lightning View Post
    True, your car does sound bone stock. . . . . till you go WOT

    I wanted something visible at all times that looked stock. Plus with the big cam and full exhaust, people know it isn't stock
    Trust me, I think those things turned out fantastic! Very slick, extremely well done... looks like it came that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WA 2 FST View Post
    Trust me, I think those things turned out fantastic! Very slick, extremely well done... looks like it came that way.
    That is the look I go for, if it looks stock and it's custom, it was done right. It drives me crazy when I see pillar pods

    I had put a new Ram clutch and built trans. in before it sold, had everything cleaned up on the car. The only things else I wanted to do was have the seats stitched in blue thread and have the calipers powder coated blue. Kind of bitter sweet that it sold, but back to working on the Lightning

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    Did I ever post pics of the interior of my Vette? The seats, console turned out pretty nice... blue stitching to match the car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WA 2 FST View Post
    Did I ever post pics of the interior of my Vette? The seats, console turned out pretty nice... blue stitching to match the car.
    maybe, I just remember that's what you had when you took me for a ride back 5 or so years ago . . . .

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    Very nice pod i followed the wright up
    On the other forum..
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    That looks really cool and professionaly done. My C5 is stock and I plane to leave it that way else I would be tempted. I'm sure that you'll have no trouble selling on the Corvette Forum.

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