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Old 02-13-2007, 09:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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The pics are a little hard to see, But i'm painting the Silver accents in the car with Black high gloss hammered look paint. I got tired of the silver. The cloth part of the door rest will be getting Carbon Fiber patern leather. And the other parts of the door panels will get just basic black leather. I muight get the center part of the seats done in black leather, Just not sure on the prices on that, So it will be last.





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Old 02-13-2007, 10:57 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I'm probably going to go with wood
Wood Dash Kits from Wood Dash Experts, Inc. - 2004 & UP
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Two dofferent wood sets. The first link also has it for Carbon Fiber. Some interesting color choises
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Wood Dash Kits from Wood Dash Experts, Inc. - 2004 & UP
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Two dofferent wood sets. The first link also has it for Carbon Fiber. Some interesting color choises
Very intresting! I wounder if its just a sticker though as I dunno if you can remove some of those peices. I've tinkered around allot with the silver peices on the front dash and couldn't figure out how to get any of them off.
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Clips hold them in for the most part, But Suzuki/Daewoo/GM decided to add some screws that can only be reached when you pull the dash out. So I just took a very sharp chisel and cut the screw mounts. The clips are more than enough to held them in.... I would go with a stick on kit, But it lacks my personal style. I do have to pull them back off to put some clear over it, I scratched it very easy with out the clear.



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Very intresting! I wounder if its just a sticker though as I dunno if you can remove some of those peices. I've tinkered around allot with the silver peices on the front dash and couldn't figure out how to get any of them off.
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Clips hold them in for the most part, But Suzuki/Daewoo/GM decided to add some screws that can only be reached when you pull the dash out. So I just took a very sharp chisel and cut the screw mounts. The clips are more than enough to held them in.... I would go with a stick on kit, But it lacks my personal style. I do have to pull them back off to put some clear over it, I scratched it very easy with out the clear.
Would you mind taking a few photos for me (and others) when you pull them back off? That'd help a ton!
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Will do, I have to buy the paint in the morning then i will start to pull them off with pics.....


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Will do, I have to buy the paint in the morning then i will start to pull them off with pics.....
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yaaay ur gonna save me alot of money doin it my self i just didnt know how to take them off either thx aloot dude im thinking of getin carbon fiber sheets and put them over....................some what like a vinyl
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Those dash kits are just stickers...
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