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Thread: Cup Holder Options?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SamHill View Post
    I like your custom dash mat. But having to exert energy to slightly lean forward in order to retrieve a beverage seems un-American.
    Thanks. The dash cover came from www.covercraft.com
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    I work on boats and there are quite a few gimbaled cup holders for the marine market. Most are white but there are also black and stainless variants. These aren't suction cupped either and can be mounted to the door.

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    https://tempress.com/store/Fish-On-%...Black-p1527519

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    That looks like it would require drilling into the door, or wherever you plan to mount it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lwanmtr View Post
    That looks like it would require drilling into the door, or wherever you plan to mount it.
    I am currently building a cupholder that retracts under the passenger knee pad. mounts to existing bolts under the dash, no damage to car is done. easy install and removal if need be.

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    My VIN:    06668 81' Grey interior, 5 speed, Grooved hood. Previous owner of 16301, in 2001.

    here are a couple pics of what I am building. PM Me if interesting in purchasing. $120 plus shipping (includes the cupholder.)

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    Holds two large coffees great, and plenty of leg room too!

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    best location for cup holders.

    Move the window switches to the doors (the stock wiring is sufficient to do this). Then put a cup holders where the switches used to be.

    That is how the Iron Man Delorean is being built.

    Bob

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    Would be cool if there was a premade kit for that kind of mods
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob635 View Post
    Move the window switches to the doors (the stock wiring is sufficient to do this). Then put a cup holders where the switches used to be.

    That is how the Iron Man Delorean is being built.

    Bob
    The cups would make shifting difficult on the 5-speed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dn010 View Post
    The cups would make shifting difficult on the 5-speed.
    Sounds like you need to convert to automatic.
    DMCF rebuild 2008, Stage II, Eibach

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    Quote Originally Posted by CFI View Post
    Sounds like you need to convert to automatic.
    See? Automatics do have an advantage...hehe
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