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that looks really nice so far. i may have to have one for my w111 im building.does it go up to the dash or just sit in between the seats separately? it will need a manual shifter hole though:

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that looks really nice so far. i may have to have one for my w111 im building.does it go up to the dash or just sit in between the seats separately? it will need a manual shifter hole though:
This one sits between the seats. I do have to come up with a design that will work for my 4.5 as the center tray is different. The window switches are down there. Also the arm rests need to be taken into consideration. As for a floor shift model? I'm sure we could come up with an appropriate design. I have met a fellow benz owner here that has a floor shift w111.
My next step is to hinge the lid, veneer the panels in their final wood species. Then cut the holes. Due to space they cannot be any larger than 3'' diameter. No big gulps here Then fit the vinyl for the sides. I'll keep you posted
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please do. my floor shift is not going to be stock, i am putting a non mb 5 speed OD trans in the car behind a m110. it will be in a close proximity to stock though.

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