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Old 01-18-2003, 21:37   #1 (permalink)
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Question ef ghia interior

found a ef fairmont ghia at a wreckers the other day. it has the chrome knob t-bar, leather look park brake handle, the door trims with the wood and a 8 inch sub in the parcel shelf. how much do you reckon would be a fair price for that little lot?
all of it is in very good nick.
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depends, some things like that can go really expensive and some go really cheap!
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what i'm after is a ball park figure to work with so i don't get ripped if i decide to buy. we all know about paying for something only to relise too late that you've paid too much.
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Ring and ask other wreckers what they would charge , and get a general idea.
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Well if it helps, I paid $800 for my EL Ghia interior, that was for all the seats and all the door trims in very good condition.
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Heres a pic of my fairlane ghia interior in my ef :)

should help convince you to buy yours ! lol
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that looks awesome fuzion. You got any more pics of the interior?

And how much did it cost ya to put all the interior in?
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Well i got 4 fairlane doors, auto antenna, dash, other bits and pieces, fair bit actually come to think of it, very very cheap is all im goin to say :) lol

So was pretty damn sweet..

To put it in didnt cost me that much because i did everything myself, was more time consuming more then anything..

Somethings are easy and the others you just cant be bothered
but you'll do it anyways..

I had the plugs from the fairlane doors to go straight in so only had to run a bit of wiring, cept for the front which was a pain! Also the rivet nuts you need to use for the door trims are a pain in the ass to put in as well!

Car is still not finished! .. heres another pic, its the latest from the interior, not too diff but a lil.

if u want more pix etc just throw me an email and ill send some ur way
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Hey fusion... what car is yers?? and EA? How did u put that dash in??? how hard was it?

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is that an EF dash in an EA? if so, how hard was it :)
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