There are many different routes to follow when customizing the interior of the AE86. Some go for the “gauges everywhere” look, while some like to keep it nice and simple. Walking around the hachirock festa I started noticing how almost every hachi’s interior was different, and had a little touch of something that represented the personality and style of the owner. While every cockpit has a seat, steering wheel, gauge cluster, and a dashboard…the similarities end right there.
The wood grain Momo/Abarth wheel, these came in a lot of early model Fiat’s, definitely suits the 86 nicely.
This hachi’s interior is almost as loud as its exterior.
I really liked this setup as it has a lot more than you would notice at first glance.
The interior of the Custom Garage Speed circuit spec car is awesome. I love the paneling, the 11krpm motorcycle tach, and the HKS lap timer/counter. Too legit.
OG Toyota horn button, I can dig it.
Very cool modified gauge cluster with a few classic gauges spilling the goods.
A close-up shows a very bad-ass Pivot tach and some old school Blitz gauges monitoring the rest of the vitals. The speedometer appears to be very custom….as in pen & paper custom.
Yet another Pivot clock sitting front and center.
This guy definitely needs a few more gauges.
The Nardi wheel seems to be a favorite amongst AE86 owners.
That wraps up all of our still coverage from the 2012 Hachirock Festa.
Keep an eye on the site and our Facebook for the release of a short film by Chad Maclean covering the event!
(I’ve seen the intro…it’s gonna’ be good)