Home made phone holder

Discussion in 'Challenger Interior Modifications' started by KEVIN DONOVAN, Nov 11, 2019.

  1. KEVIN DONOVAN

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    My first mod to my car is a phone holder. Didn't like any I found online so fabricated my own. Made from sheet aluminum. Covered the inside with black felt and the outside with carbon fiber wrap. 20191111_162405.jpg
     
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    I just throw mine in the door pocket. If I’m driving it’s out of site
    Looks good though
     
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    CAN YOU POST SOME PICS OF IT WITHOUT THE PHONE IN IT?
     
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    Here it is in the car without the phone, and removed from the car. 20191112_115037.jpg I epoxied it into the storage cup. 20191112_115201.jpg
     
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    I tried that but it bangs around while driving. Didn't like that.
     
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    Nice job. I ended up getting a couple of those "seat gap fillers" from Amazon. Mine are black vinyl with red leather stitching, ordered a left and a right. They come with a cup holder that's worthless unless you drink small diameter water bottles from China, and a couple of longer slots to store other items. Works good for the phone, sunglasses, etc. My iPhone fits stand upright in the cupholder. There's also a hole in its base so you can run a charger cable up through it for your phone and have the other end going into the center console. I tucked the cable between the filler and the console so it's barely visible. They just slip right in between the bucket seat and the center console.
     
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    This is awesome! took me a minute to figure it out, thought you kiddingly just propped your phone up. But once I saw what you did in the other pictures i was on board! you should sell 'em