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Thread: how is the fiberglass trimmed out in the 355 between the rear and 1/4 window

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    how is the fiberglass trimmed out in the 355 between the rear and 1/4 window

    does anyone have pics of how to finish the area inside, between the curved rear window and 1/4 window on the side of the car?

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    Re: how is the fiberglass trimmed out in the 355 between the rear and 1/4 window

    Maybe this will help
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    Re: how is the fiberglass trimmed out in the 355 between the rear and 1/4 window

    thanx Dave:

    didnt even think of the tube going to someplace. Do you have anything showing the same window for the interior?

    Jack

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    Re: how is the fiberglass trimmed out in the 355 between the rear and 1/4 window

    This is as close as I could locate
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    Re: how is the fiberglass trimmed out in the 355 between the rear and 1/4 window

    thanx Dave:

    Jack

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    Re: how is the fiberglass trimmed out in the 355 between the rear and 1/4 window

    Here's what I did with mine. I later covered the area with black carpet.
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    Re: how is the fiberglass trimmed out in the 355 between the rear and 1/4 window

    ferrarifan

    thanks for those pics that is exactly what I was looking for. Are you going to cover all that fiberglass with leather? I would love to see the finished product again thanks, and thanks to you funnywheels as well!

    Jack

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    Re: how is the fiberglass trimmed out in the 355 between the rear and 1/4 window

    ferrarifan what rear window are u using????.............could post a pic from the rear as well

    cheers

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    Re: how is the fiberglass trimmed out in the 355 between the rear and 1/4 window

    I covered the fiberglass with black carpet material to match the rest of the interior. Unfortunately I don't have a picture of the finished interior.
    My AD355 uses an MR2 rear window. Here's a couple of pics from the rear.
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    Re: how is the fiberglass trimmed out in the 355 between the rear and 1/4 window

    I used the MR2 rear glass as well [in my Koenig TR] Looks great, although it slopes forward a bit much as compared to a real Ferr@ri glass.
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