Yippie, paint is done :)

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    Your correct, the United Pacific lights are a very simple swap and I like the looks of them also. The headlights are regular Wagoner Halogen headlight, but I wired them up using relays instead of all the power going thru the headlight switch. So they are actually brighter.

    I went with the 72 panels, but I'm not really sure yet, I'll see which version I use once I get the back seats redone.

    Getting ready to post up what I got accomplished today.
     
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    Got the carpet and console installed today, what a pain in the butt.
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    Also got the seats installed and powered up :D

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    The seats were the easiest thing I did today :whine:
     
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    Looks like you went with custom seats? will be watching, and my headlight question, they are just stock units? Kuel steering wheel, and what did you do for the trunk divider , I am just getting to interior, going to skip the console , so now I will have three to sell , HAA HA , however, I want custom, read, comfortable seats, too many choices out there. Please keep posting on the interior, especially where you had issues, please.
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    you are posting faster then my computer will load, HAA HA
     
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    Sorry, I went back and added to my earlier response for you about the headlights.

    The seats are from a 2014 Camaro, power driver and passenger, and so much more comfortable than the original ones

    I haven't really decided how I want to finish out the divider just yet. Most of it is covered by the back seat so which ever route I go I won't need a whole bunch of material.
     
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    I have heard that the relays really help , and that pictures show the improvement, and the reason I ask about the trunk divider, is I know you need to have some holes as the air flows through there and helps keep everything dry in the trunk , was just wondering your solution, I am thinking of going with the material I got from sounddeadnershowdown , however , still watching for other solutions, and the seats look great, did you make the brackets, or was it a kit?
     
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    I made the brackets myself, it was pretty easy.

    Look here http://www.nastyz28.com/threads/5th-gen-seat-question-back-seat.318839/
     
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    Thanks to Britt I was able to get a bunch of those little annoying finishing parts, so I should be able to mostly button up the interior this weekend.
     
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    Not too much to report, haven't been outside to work on the car at all this week, too dang hot and resting my back from trying to be a contortionist when I put in the carpet.

    But I did get my new plates installed :)
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