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Old 01-03-2020, 02:31 PM   #15
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Hello and welcome Seiryuu from the PNW -

That may depend upon the year of the car. For my 2013 FR-S the first thing I put in was an arm rest for my right arm. The second thing was an aftermarket radio head unit, so I could have GPS and SiriusXM.

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I must say, that right arm rest does wonders.
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Old 01-03-2020, 03:04 PM   #16
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Dildo shifter knob.


If automatic


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Old 01-03-2020, 03:27 PM   #17
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@kev0 Arm & Hammer moisture absorber bags. Or damprid brand, though most of those are heavily scented.
Are you referring to this?

https://www.amazon.ca/Arm-Hammer-FGA.../dp/B01KYZ10V8

seems a bit big and heavy to hang from my mirror.
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Old 01-03-2020, 04:30 PM   #18
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As others have said:

Arm rest for sure. This is the one I have and prefer, and it's been great.

I'd also add the Jetta trunk hook. I bought two of them and used a couple of self-tapping screws to attach them up underneath the package shelf in the back. Super handy for keeping your grocery bags from sliding all over the place, and the fold neatly out of sight when not in use.

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Oh I also got this little plastic insert with the 86 logo to go in that strange vacant emblem spot below the shifter.
That spot isn't that strange. It's a switch panel for the seat heaters you don't have. It would be a great spot for other switches if you needed to control something else.

I also just remembered that I have the OEM trunk mat and OEM Subaru sun shade for the windshield. I'm convinced the people who had issues with their dashes warping and steering wheels peeling suffered from heat or UVA from sunlight damaging the interior, and that sun shade has kept mine pristine. The trunk mat also helps keep things from sliding around (as much).
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Are you referring to this?

https://www.amazon.ca/Arm-Hammer-FGA.../dp/B01KYZ10V8

seems a bit big and heavy to hang from my mirror.
Yes and, no you don't hang it from your mirror. I hang it from my passenger seatbelt or back of the seat. Though, I've considered making something to hold it in my back seats. Also that canadian price is insane. I can pick up single packs of those at Big Lots here for $3 each. They also sell cheaper versions at the Dollar Store.

Here's an example:

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That spot isn't that strange. It's a switch panel for the seat heaters you don't have. It would be a great spot for other switches if you needed to control something else.

I also just remembered that I have the OEM trunk mat and OEM Subaru sun shade for the windshield. I'm convinced the people who had issues with their dashes warping and steering wheels peeling suffered from heat or UVA from sunlight damaging the interior, and that sun shade has kept mine pristine. The trunk mat also helps keep things from sliding around (as much).

It is a strange spot, those without heated seats need something to put there or else it is this very odd spot in the interior.

I also got a high quality fitted sun visor, been using it every time it is parked in the sun which use to be a lot. My dash has rarely seen the sun while parked and I have a tad of issues with that rubber/plastic bit covering the dash. It is coming up, I think it is just from cheap glue and cab temps. (my old 80s 3 series had back cracking all along the dash from sun damage) so I was super careful about keeping it in the shade but still the rubber stuff came up a bit so it must be from over all temperatures in the cab causing the glue to let loose.

Luckily now my FRS now is either in a covered parking lot at work or in my closed garage. I'm actually debating if I should remove my front bumper to replace my headlights (I have a almost new spare set) or just restore my current ones again. My headlights took the most beating from the sun and have gotten kind of cloudy. So far Im considering the lazy way and just restoring them while on the car, dont want to get that bumper sag from just replacing slightly cloudy headlights.
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That spot isn't that strange. It's a switch panel for the seat heaters you don't have.
That sir, was very aggressive.

For the people who don't have it, it is indeed quite awkward lol.
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That sir, was very aggressive.
Sorry, snowflake. Do you need a tissue?
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I think a great accessory would be a tissue holder for every time a brz/FRS/86 owner loses a drag race
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I think a great accessory would be a tissue holder for every time a brz/FRS/86 owner loses a drag race
Or for MasterBandit when his little feelings get hurt.
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Or for MasterBandit when his little feelings get hurt.
\_(ツ)_/ I might need 2 boxes, might go to Costco and buy em in bulk.
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That spot isn't that strange. It's a switch panel for the seat heaters you don't have.
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Never leave anything visible in car.
(Nothing to be seen from outside, anytime car is parked.)

Under Driver's Seat:
Large plastic bottle of mouthwash.
Plastic spray bottle of window cleaner.
One small white terry cloth (cotton) towel.

Console:
Contigo brand 16oz coffee mug.
other items depending on day trip.
Phone.

Glove Box:
small flashlight.
tire gauge.
Garmin and all of it's wiring.
Adapter for sd card and wiring for music.
various sd cards in sandwich bag.
Tic Tac candy..large size..for boredom.
Real Live paper maps...especially local city map.
magnifying glass.
cigarette lighter.
hand compass.
Napkins.
plastic spoon, fork, knife or just one item of these.

Trunk:
Large box of facial tissue.
roll of toilet tissue, rubber band around it.
zip lock sandwich bag of quarters for car wash.
Many more white terry rags. (Harbor Freight)
Burger King coupons.
Other fast food coupons.
Childrens scissors to cut coupons.
Ice Scraper.
reusable grocery bags.
antacid pills, other personal toiletrie items, meds as needed.
4-way universal lug wrench.
4 gauge jumper cables.
Owner's manual for vehicle with registration and insurance cards within.
Large clear, thin, people sized plastic bags (to cover seats if any person is very wet or muddy clothes).
canteen of water.
One new plastic tarp for emergencies.
Spare coats, gloves, hats, blanket, depending on anticipated weather.
Small knife...whatever is legal within your area. Jack Knife maybe.
Within spare tire area: small hand tools. Illicit items one chooses.

I have no use for an arm rest...my arms and hands are always at work in the car.

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