Now that winter is here and the dash has been removed I should probably create a thread dedicated to the interior remodel. I'll state from the beginning that I have never attempted anything like this before. I've worked with fiberglass to create a custom snowmobile seat in the past but I get the feeling that this is going to be in another league altogether. The main reason I started this project was the feeble state of my 76 dash, the horrid web of previous owner re-wires that left a tangled mess everywhere, and the fact that as a kid the 308 was my dream car that took me away to places only Tom Selleck would dare to go.(Corny I know, but true. There's an 8 year old inside of me still.) The Project - what I want from this... Ultimately I'm looking for something that mostly resembles the theme of the Ferrari 308 gts interior. I've seen what other people have done and it makes me believe that "I can do this too!" but I hesitate because I don't want a botch job that takes away from the good looks of the X itself. I can remember walking past conversions that make you want to puke and I definiately don't want that. I am not looking for a "posh" interior all tricked out with the latest gauges or gadgets either. In fact I'm not even looking to put in a stereo. I may put in a small shelf that can house a bluetooth speaker or something along those lines but that's about it. I've spent the past few days scouring the internet for similar projects and found that this is more common than I first anticipated, which makes the task less daunting (in my mind anyway). From what I can see the Fiero boys have the corner on the interior kit market (probably because it is used so often as a platform for kit cars I guess?) but that helps give me a better idea of what will be required here. (As one example ... http://www.pisafierohq.com/interiors/fiero_3-08/). There are also a number of threads on the actual 308 dash itself so that should help with determining slopes, angles, attachment points, etc. (One example ... http://308restoration.com/2013/12/refitting-the-dashboard/). The various pieces I'll be attempting.... 1) The dash 2) Instrument cluster 3) Center console 4) Door panels and armrests Timeframe: It would be nice to do this over the course of the winter and be driving by late spring / early summer. Not sure if that is do-able but we'll see..... Finally.... It goes without saying that I will need as many suggestions and as much help as you can provide. I'll be looking for new gauges, a steering wheel, fabric etc. Any experiences would be most appreciated.