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  1. this is the first 'For Sale' post I've made, after realizing that a lot of people are unaware of the new parts I am making (all produced in house, from the highest quality materials available) Not only do I make air dams and other alloy pieces... but offer a line of interior parts as well! these shift and e-brake boots are made from supple black heavy-once leather and are designed to fit well and last. both feature a top (or french) seam and have an elastic band sewn in at bottom closure for a secure fit to OE flange. emergency brake boot is designed to fit OVER existing rubber bellows. shift boot is designed to replace OE part. package deal on the set is 95$ plus 10$ shipping anywhere in the US (or order just one piece) international shipping is available (email for quote) more details and easy PayPal and/or credit card checkout at: http://www.kooglewerks.com/new-products-1/
  2. will consider parts seperately (sides, fascia, etc.)
  3. Hi all, Looking for a nice ash tray for the center console for my '73. Just the ash tray, don't need the big plastic rectangular surround. Shipping to 30315. Thanks, Garrett
  4. my new exact fitment stereo console... check out the construction planes if you want to inlcude it on your car!... hope it be usefull for you!... Dear '02 followers.... Im new in this site and i didnt have idea that you were writing on my post!.... Im gonna put more photos of the console and about the other questions. I used MDF wood of 10mm thickness.... Covered of syntethic leather, easy to found in my country (ECUADOR). The stereo support is secured to the side panels with two fasteners in each side. If you guys have any question let me know!...
  5. It's been a while since an update, and I'm happy to say we haven't been idle. There's a few new parts I've developed and released, now on the website and into the hands of fellow enthusiasts. Hoping to both share the news and maybe gain some feedback/insight into what else might be needed and desired...as I often times am most inspired to create parts that fill a void in the market both style and function-wise. Here are a few of the recent offerings: replacement under dash panels with accommodation for a deep 5-1/4" coaxial speakers (sold with or without speakers) Center console insert/shifter surround with dual cup holder (works with factory style shift boot, sold with or without leather shift boot) center console gauge/switch/radio panel, houses standard 52mm/2-1/8" gauges (even ones with oversized bezels) that are angled upwards and towards the driver (for LHD) below them is an area for hazard switch/aux function switches (that does not require extending the wire harness) & a lower location for a shaft style factory radio or an aftermarket DIN sized radio. aluminum (brushed, polished or satin black) and wood (or leather) e-brake handle "upgrade kit" with matching leather brake leaver and shifter boots (full details and descriptions/pricing at www.kooglewerks.com)
  6. I first would like to preface my entry with a brief comment. I was going to describe in some detail the steps I took to complete this project. However, I thought it would be rather self indulgent and frankly too time consuming for the reader. I know pictures would have worked better to illustrate the work, unfortunately they are floating around in cyber space, lost forever. So for anyone wishing more detail, I will happy to share and info or answer any questions should you have any. NOW FOR THE OTHER HALF With the main console section completed, the next section proved somewhat easier. Although I still had yet determined if the e-brake could be shortened enough to make everything work. I realized the plastic tray I scored from the wrecker would need some further trimming if it was going to work with the new plan. So I moved on with the layout, making a few adjustments to the cardboard model before I was ready to cut out the sections. As it turned out that initial model I started out with, did not resemble anything close to the new one. I am not sure if this process was a natural progression but I realized that things change as you start to work thru a project like this. A lot of trial and error seemed to be a constant. So with that, I started again. I chose Baltic Birch plywood for the box but deviated somewhat and used a couple of 3/8 pieces of MDF in the design. Mainly to increase the width of the console to match that of the front section. It also allowed me to shape the design elements I wanted to use in the rear section of the console. The plan was to maintain the same elevation from the tail end of the shift tray and cup holder sections back to the front edge of the rear seats. In doing so, I would be able to keep the top of the console slightly under the lip of the center console that separated the rear seats. I thought that it was an important consideration if I wanted to maintain that custom look. It would also require a bit of tinkering with that center section of the seat as well as because of the way it was shaped at the leading edge of the seats. My upholstery guy assured me he could make that adjustment with not to much bother. I was happy with that. Once I had the box put together I determined how much room I had to play with with respect to the small bin in the rear section. Once again the e-brake posed a few problems. It would not offer me a lot of storage but the scale worked and it offered a place to hid some stuff. I thought this was a good place to hid a 12V outlet and a couple of USB ports. I will be finishing this bin with a flocked material similar to that found in the glove box. So I cut a small piece of plywood to form the front bulkhead of the storage bin .I left enough room (about an inch) behind the flange that held pivot pin. I tacked the piece in place just in case I had to make an adjustment. Next, I laid out the MDF sides. They would aid in forming the sides of the lid for the bin. I must confess this design I stole thru the efforts of my research. I seen it done in a number of customs interiors, a pretty cool idea, so I gave it a whirl. Lastly I wanted to dress up the console somewhat although I knew at the end of the day no matter what I did would not be that visible unless you are gonna crawl into the rear seats. But I nice detail I think none the less. Another idea robbed for the Internet. As mentioned earlier I wanted to find away to hide the e-brake. This has been a bit of a pet peeve for me. I am sorry but I would prefer not to see it. I know this will undoubtedly spark some reaction and I mean no disrespect for those have stayed true to the spirit of a true restoration and have maintained the classic interior elements, but this was one of the things that didn’t work for me. This was a must have when i started with this part of the project. I just feel it provides a cleaner look without the long handle visible. I have not tried to see if the boot still fits. Maybe I will to see what it looks like? Failing that I, perhaps I will have my upholstery guy fashion one to match the shifter boot. Part of that decision was predicated on the e-brake issue and whether it could be shortened. I thought it necessary to put that matter to rest before I continued. As it turned out it was doable but would require a couple of hours of fabrication. Not a big deal after all if you have the skills. So thanks for that Patrick. That left me to find a suitable solution for the top of the console. So once again I robbed a couple of ideas through my research. I played around with them but they just did not look right so I settled for something pretty basic. Whatever steps I was to take in order to conceal the hand brake I needed a design element that would allow easy access to use it. Here again a couple of designs just did not work because they were too either elaborate or look hideous, in my view. As it turned out the simple approach was the better one. One of the design elements I drew upon was the steering wheel. A Petri wheel with stainless steel looking spokes. So I thought it was a good idea to add in a few more elements that would work with the wheel. I guess this means my wooden shift knob is gonna loose out in this design. I also have yet to fabricate the bezel for the gauge cluster but that is in the works as this is being written. I decided to use a perforated piece of stainless in the cover for the e-brake just to give it a different look. I may keep it or try something different....still undecided. Finally, the front section is ready to send of to upholstery after a couple more rounds of finishing glaze and a couple more hours to block it. Just the gauges and the head unit needed and oh ya... the leather to finish it. Just the door cards and self tray remain..... As always, thanks for your time. Regards ps My apologies for any formatting errors contained in this post. I have experienced great difficulty editing this piece. The text editor refuses to respond.
  7. Decided to help save my carpeting and bought these sisal black cocomats! Pictures don't do this justice... the mats are durable and yet have a nice soft refined custom look to them! These are a great addition and I'm very pleased with the product!
  8. 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)
  9. nsev

    #2 Agave 74

    Decided to strip my black 74 window wipers. I built a quick/ temporary console for a radio. I used leftover fabric from rear window shelf. I will eventually cover the wood face with vinyl and add a spot for hazard and maybe clock. I also built a DIY vintage roof rack. I used the quick and easy brackets that I got off of craigslist. And then added the wood with some conduit brackets.
  10. 550 OBO I have a near perfect 1 piece dash with a few very minor cracks. The cracks on the tray will not be able to be seen when sitting inside the car. In addition there are 2 minor dings that are hardly noticeable. finally the white lettering that says "lights" is slightly faded. easily fixable. With the dash comes the matching glove box. asking 550 plus shipping at buyers expense. 525 plus shipping if buyer does not wish for glovebox. PayPal friendly
  11. Sold fresh out of an 18 year sleep Shifter surround with nice boot. All vinyl in good shape.
  12. Attached is a very rough layout of my center console. It is for my Behr AC. The cardboard is the screen for the sniper. I need a couple of extra buttons. 1) Ac fan override 2) AC (maybe) 3) interior lights override. 4) Work lights(maybe) . The washers at the bottom are about the size of the buttons I was thinking of using. The grey nob is where the hazard is going. The old fog light switch is now a rear power trunk release. The stock knobs will be used and attached to a modern fan controller and thermostat. The radio has to go there because any higher it would crowd out the sniper screen, Just wondering if anyone has another place to put your extra switches, and what style you chose.
  13. Hey guys I'm in need of a replacement Clardy/ICE A/C console. The one in the attached photos is a 1976 dealership installed late Clardy console from what I've researched. I'm having the air conditioning system replaced and I would like to replace my console with a newer reproduction from Forrest Koogle here in California. I'm in need of the sides and vents to use Forrest's reproduction piece and would like my console set up to look like the one here http://www.kooglewerks.com/products/bmw-2002-clardy-ice-ac-ac-console-panel-cup-holder . The console I have is in decent shape but I would love to have cup holders and a more modern looking interior. I'm looking to buy the sides and vents from someone here on the forum to have a complete console. Thanks guys!
  14. Hi All, Like the title says, I'd like to find a stock, period correct (or real close) radio and center console speaker for my 73 2002tii. It had one originally and the power and antenna connections are tucked under the dash just waiting to mate. I'm not partial to Becker or Blaupunkt, just one that operates properly. If you have one PM me or answwer through here. Thanks! Greg
  15. tired of your modern 12v power sockets falling out of the non-standard sized 2002 cig lighter outlets? i found a cheap 12v outlet at pep boys that fits in the center console hole where the fake green button is. it literally just fits right into the hole. no mods needed. just have to run power for it.
  16. Looking for the plastic lip that goes inside the shifter surround. See the pic for images of the console (circled). Borrowed the image from user Matt on another thread. Thanks.
  17. Looking to put A/C in SWEET16. If anybody has A/C parts, I'd be interested in what you have. Thanks in advance.
  18. In need of a Center console in good condition, located in Bay Area willing to pay for shipping or pick up is fine lmk what you got. Thank you, Ed 408-724-zero.five.two.eight
  19. my winter project is to fix the heater fan which doesn't spin. That means removing the heater box. The problem is that the car ('72 2002) has AC, so unless I'm mistaken, I need to remove the AC unit from the console before I can get to the heater box and remove that. Does anyone have experience removing the AC from the console - can I just undo the hoses at the compressor end of the system and just pull it out? (I have already disconnected all the switches, etc, its just plumbing from here on) The AC hasn't worked in a while (so the previous owner told me), so can I assume that the system is dry and there won't be some environmental consequence when I loosen those hose clamps? Any advice would be appreciated! Kenny
  20. Looking to buy shifter surround. Mine was damaged/broken during AC install. Thanks.
  21. Price:: 175.00 / set Location: : 45103 After several years of making the kick panels that accept 2" deep speakers without cutting the car, I have finally gotten around to fab'ing and making molds for a set that easily accommodate significantly more speaker depth. They aren't nearly as discrete as the original v1 kick panels, and in fact, these make them look small. But, these aren't so obvious as to look disturbingly large or modern in a 2002.. I am very happy with the final product! In the pictures below, I have installed monsterous 6.75" diameter speakers with a mounting depth of 2.5" with zero clearance issues. A more 'modest' solution would be a higher line (deeper mounting depth, bigger magnet) 5.25 or 6" speaker.. Also, and more importantly, my car has been cut, and measuring off of that added space, I figure that a serious 3-3.5" mounting depth is absolutely doable.. The design also provides room for a tweeter, and tilts the speakers about 1/2" back to front, and rotated up toward the driver seat. These accept the carpet covers for the original kick panels that are made by Esty, but I will be sending a set off to her to look at.. so as before, if you are ordering a full set of carpet from her, she will sub in the kick panel covers free of charge, or they can be ordered separately. I will be adding this v2.0 kick panel to the Bolt-onBliss digital store front found in my signature, but feel free to contact me here if you are interested in the first run of these babies.
  22. looking for a console green button (or other color), need it to switch ON and OFF. Currently I have the audio volume switch that came in some 2002's, and do not need it. Thanks.
  23. I know a lot of people will hate this, but i was just looking around and after looking for a while it looks like a z3 center console would probaly fit a 02 almost perfect what do you guys think?

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