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Old 01-05-2012, 09:32 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I found a 93' Stealth RT on CraigsList for $400 or he was sending it to the scrapper. The interior was beat to shit & the exterior is just as rough, but it ran like a champ & only had 98K on it, soooo ........I say to myself I've got a few weeks vacation coming up this would be a fun project & I can save a 3S in the process. This is where it gets weird I decide not to buy replacements for the interior but instead opt to fiberglass everything & delete the rear seats(previous owner had already tried to make custom door panels). Just to try my hand at it no attempt at anything show quality just a look I can live with as I drive it to & from work everyday.
Here are some pics so far, Feedback is welcomed................please be gentle

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Old 01-05-2012, 09:33 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Console & Rear Speaker Trim









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Old 01-05-2012, 09:34 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Interesting. is that the final product or are you going to smooth it out?


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Nice job ... you should have carbon fiber the thing will look totally SICK IMO!!!
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Doors [Haven’t pulled those out yet]

This is what the previous owner did which sparked the whole fiberglass idea for me.




I had to grind down the previous owners mistakes & I put another 2 layers of mat on





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93 Stealth RT Exterior

I think I'm gonna try my hand at exterior painting next......what do I have to loose lol!!





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Interesting. is that the final product or are you going to smooth it out?


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Not sure depends on how I feel if it's not too ugly when it's all done I may leave it. I'll probably only drive it to work & back to save on gas & get out of my Gas Guzzeling Ram 1500 lol!
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Nice job ... you should have carbon fiber the thing will look totally SICK IMO!!!
It's just a $400 work car, I didn't want to spend too much time, money, or effort on it

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Nice work. What cloth did you use and how did you use to stick it to the panels?
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Nice work. What cloth did you use and how did you use to stick it to the panels?
It's a jersey knit fabric (a $10 sheet set from Anna's Linen). I peeled the vinyl off & used headliner adhesive spray to glue it to the foam
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