Forrest_KoogleWerks

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  1. Forrest_KoogleWerks

    Front spoiler suggestions for Rabbit flares?

    Just got this one back from the Paint shop (touch up on the nose panel that had 36 holes drilled in it over the years) Not rabbit flares...(not a turbo air dam either) just another example, the possibilities are vast!
  2. Forrest_KoogleWerks

    Quick-ratio steering box

    I think 1,500$ is a reasonable “current market price”...as the last one I was offered here in California a few months ago was the same price & two other knowledgeable sources confirmed “that’s kinda what they’re going for now” GLWS!
  3. Forrest_KoogleWerks

    Quick-ratio steering box

    I think 1,500$ is a reasonable “current market price”...as the last one I was offered here in California a few months ago was the same price & two other knowledgeable sources confirmed “that’s kinda what they’re going for now” GLWS!
  4. Forrest_KoogleWerks

    Front spoiler suggestions for Rabbit flares?

    I am honored to add a small touch to this already beyond-epic car!! See you tomorrow, Coop! -Forrest
  5. Forrest_KoogleWerks

    Front spoiler suggestions for Rabbit flares?

    one more option for air dams with flares, here are some pics of the first couple installed (& being test fit)
  6. Yes, back-dating to the early short console does pose these considerations...not a “quick and easy swap”..although a boot flange/ring could be retrofit fairly easily....most upholstery shops tend to cut the carpet back around the shifter surround, expecting it to “never show” with the long console
  7. ask and you shall receive: RHD gauge panels now available.
  8. Forrest_KoogleWerks

    CUP HOLDER SOLUTIONS?

    Yes absolutely!
  9. Forrest_KoogleWerks

    CUP HOLDER SOLUTIONS?

    I am now making a complete, early style "short" console (w/ gauge panel and cup holder) these are a little simpler to make (& therefore less expensive) than the "long" complete consoles.
  10. Forrest_KoogleWerks

    Need help purchasing bmw2002

    max (coastalcrush) has a beaut of an early 1600...might not be everyone's cup of tea, but a bone stock car is a rare/desirable survivor ! located in San Jose... he's planned to put it up on BAT... but you may be able to swipe it before auction for the right price
  11. The Aussies and Brits have made enough of a noise about this that I have no choice but to cave in! RHD gauge panels to come!!
  12. Forrest_KoogleWerks

    console update

    After much debate, I am now making factory style console sides, both short and long. they are not a quick and easy part to make correctly, in both shape and finished look...most upholstery shops will typically "french seam" a part like this (where the factory uses a dielectric seam) and it can look great (or not so great, depending on the quality) I chose a single sewn seam that is internally bound/recessed. it looks stock-ish and with higher quality wood (MDF, not particle board like OE) and a higher quality matched-grain vinyl, they should stand the test of time. All the right holes are pre-drilled prior to upholstery, (& then marked) and come with hardware/brackets. Now on the website sold as "complete" assemblies, with the gauge panel and cup holder/shift surround & leather shift boot. (everything pictured other than gauges/radio/flasher switch)