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I hope this is the right place to post this thread... I know someone in the 3D scanning & printing business and have been investigating getting NLA parts like '95 RRC speaker grills, dash bezels, etc. made. Once the part is scanned, they can print it or they also have the ability to cast parts in urethane or make molds for traditional injection molding. Deciding which route is best really comes down to how many parts you want to make and how much you want to pay.

I know others have done this on a limited scale too and my question is this - Would folks be interested in a kickstarter/group buy type shared doc (e.g. Google docs) where you could suggest a part and others could indicate their interest? If so, I'd be happy to try and make that happen.
 

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Love the idea especially if expanded to include MY 92 ;)
 

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I'm in!


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there are lots of 3d printing service companies out there. I've even toured one of the bigger ones. I've installed a 3d speed/tach bezel I got off this forum and it was way better than the original. all that said "I'm in too" as always, the only way to get the good price is commit to the volume. I suggest we start a list as to what pieces folks want.

1995 LWB-------speaker covers, door handle pulls, AC/ Heater/Radio surround, storage cover weird-little-things-that-don't-have-a-name need, a pair,, under seat panels,

more to come.
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Who has a scanner large enough to scan the parts? I'd love to do a new center console. New dash vents, new defrost vents etc
 

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The folks I'm working with here in Atlanta, GA do. There are even portable scanners for use out in the field. Scanning and engineering time is not cheap though - I'm see $150 - $175 per hour.
 

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... I've installed a 3d speed/tach bezel I got off this forum and it was way better than the original...

1995 LWB-------speaker covers, door handle pulls, AC/ Heater/Radio surround, storage cover weird-little-things-that-don't-have-a-name need, a pair,, under seat panels,
That was the bezel Max, aka Belgian, did right? It's much stronger than the original.

You've hit the key pieces for the '95 RRC. Keep in mind, some of the parts may be available through Jaguar, but different part #s. The windscreen wiper covers are a good example of this. Rover part is NLA, but Jag part is available and is a perfect match for the LR part.



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Put me in as interested / cost dependent. Mine isn't a show piece.... 1995 LWB with tan interior
 

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I'm in as well....I have a 1993 RRC...that's in need of a center console (hard dash), that would be awesome if that can happen. There's a lot of members that have a broken or about to be broken center console. Also the interior door handles, the plastic piece that covers the door knob, the sub woofer enclosure ( maybe you can enhance it), the plastic handles on the lower tailgate either message "hold here", the bezel that surrounds the inside part of the lower tailgate, the actual wheel wheel covers ( the ones that you have to drop down in order to access the accumulator. That's all I can think of for now
 

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I have only just come across this post. I am in but as I live in Sydney postage could be a problem. Please keep me in the loop as I do need speaker grills, instrument bezel, door pulls etc. I have a 95 soft dash swb.
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I have only just come across this post. I am in but as I live in Sydney postage could be a problem. Please keep me in the loop as I do need speaker grills, instrument bezel, door pulls etc. I have a 95 soft dash swb.
Cheers,
Phil
Hey gang, thanks for the input. I'll keep you posted on progress. Work is busy so it will likely be slow going, but I do plan to follow through an a few of the suggested parts over the next month or two.


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Does anyone know how many different interior color choices were available for RRC's from say '90-'95? Dropped of my one good speaker cover at the 3D scanner today.
 

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Does anyone know how many different interior color choices were available for RRC's from say '90-'95? Dropped of my one good speaker cover at the 3D scanner today.

1990:

Alaskan Blue Silver -
Highland Grey or Winchester Grey Leather optional

Beluga Black -
Sorrell Brown Connolly Hide Leather

Cairngorm Brown -
Sorrell Brown Connolly Hide Leather

Chamonix White -
Brogue Brown or Sorrell Brown Leather optional

Colorado Silver -
Highland Grey or Winchester Grey Leather optional

Cypress Green -
Brogue Brown Cloth upholstery

Eastnor Green -
Brogue Brown or Sorrell Brown Leather optional

Portofino Red -
Brogue Brown or Sorrell Brown Leather optional

Savannah Beige -
Brogue Brown or Sorrell Brown Leather optional

Trocadero Red -
Sorrell Brown Connolly Hide Leather


1991:

Alpine White -
Sorrell Brown Connolly Leather

Ardennes Green -
Sorrell Brown Connolly Leather

Arran Beige -
Brown Brogue Cloth

Aspen Silver -
Winchester Grey Connolly Leather

Beluga Black -
Sorrell Brown Connolly Leather

Clearwater Blue -
Sorrell Brown Connolly Leather

Eastnor Green -
Brown Brogue Cloth

Portofino Red -
Brown Brogue Cloth

Roman Bronze -
Sorrell Brown Connolly Leather

Trocadero Red -
Sorrell Brown Connolly Leather

Westminister Grey -
Winchester Grey Connolly Leather


1992:

Alpine white -
Sorrell Brown Connolly Leather

Ardennes Green -
Sorrell Brown Connolly Leather

Aspen Silver -
Winchester Grey Connolly Leather

Beluga Black -
Sorrell Brown Connolly Leather

Eastnor Green -
Sorrell Brown Connolly Leather

Pembroke Grey -
Winchester Grey Connolly Leather

Plymouth Blue -
Sorrell Brown Connolly Leather

Portofino Red -
Sorrell Brown Connolly Leather

Roman Bronze -
Sorrell Brown Connolly Leather

Trocadero Red -
Sorrell Brown Connolly Leather

Westminister Grey -
Winchester Grey Connolly Leather


1993:

solid -
Alpine White - Sorrel Tan &
LWB: Saddle Brown

Ardennes Green - Sorrel Tan &
LWB: Saddle Brown

Beluga Black -
LWB: Saddle Brown

Mosswood -
LWB: Saddle Brown

Plymouth Blue -
LWB: Saddle Brown

Portofino Red -
Sorrel Tan

Roman Bronze -
LWB: Saddle Brown

Westminister Grey -
Winchester Grey


1994:

Alpine White -
C & C LWB: Sorrell Brown

Beluga Black - C: Sorrell &
C LWB: Dark Sable

British Racing Green - C: Sorrell

Brooklands Green - C LWB: Light Stone w/Sorrell piping

Carmen Red Pearl - C: Sorrell

Cornish Cream - C LWB: Light Stone w/Sorrell piping

Montpellier - C LWB: Dark Sable

Mosswood - C LWB: Sorrell

Plymouth Blue - C LWB: Sorrell


1995:

Alpine White -
Sorrell Tan Connolly Leather

Avalon Blue -
Sorrell Tan Connolly Leather

Beluga Black -
Sorrell Tan Connolly Leather

British Racing Green -
Light Stone Connolly Leather

Brooklands Green -
Light Stone Connolly Leather

Carmen Red Pearl -
Light Stone Connolly Leather

Cornish Cream -
Sorrell Tan Connolly Leather

Plymouth Blue -
Sorrell Tan Connolly Leather

Roman Bronze - Sorrell Tan Connolly Leather



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Does anyone know how many different interior color choices were available for RRC's from say '90-'95? Dropped of my one good speaker cover at the 3D scanner today.
Hopefully, you can invert that scan for the other side...


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Got some bad news today... to do the speaker covers right with formed metal screen seems cost prohibitive even at runs of 500 units (250 per side). I'm curious to see if others have done the grill in plastic too or been able to get metal screens from old ones and use them in a new plastic frame?


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