Finally after more then a week, I finished the basically stock interior. The only AM parts are is the 6 way harness assembly. I used the hardware from the Nunu Detail up set, but just didn't like the black fabric belt material for a few reasons. 1st was that it's thickness made threading it through the openings in the PE parts more then a fair challenge for a half blind old man, and 2nd was that the material is a Matt black, which became almost invisible once it was attached to the Matt Black seat. In all fairness to Nunu, the actual Porsche does come with a Black Harness assembly, but I decided to just use a little dose of Modeler's License with modified Red ones from extras I had.
The top of the dash and the seat are a Mat finish, while th rest of the interior has a slight sheen to it.
the dash is comprised of 3 parts which fit together perfectly. For the instruments 2 large decals are provided. I opted to cut out each instrument and apply them separately as to min any chances of silvering next to the bezels. Took a few hours to get them all in their proper place. Once dry, a few drops per per instrument with Pledge produced the glass cover plate quite nicely. I thought about painting the bezels silver, but some photos seem to show them as just a darkish color, so I left them as is.
the compartment cage goes together perfectly, as well as a drop in fit for the 6 locating pins. The cage for the car I'm replicating had a metal finish to it for the Riverside race rather then being painted, so I used Mr. Color's Metalizer II steel. Looks close enough to the few pictures I have of it.
The fire extinguisher after a few coats of Tamiya Gloss X-7 Red had the metal bands made out of masking tape that I painted Steel before applying, then added the included decals to it.
Once the body covers the interior, much of it just won't be seen, so the kit supplied details are more then good enough.
And thanks to all for taking the time to stop by and checkout my progress to date. It's always greatly appreciated.