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Old 08-22-2004, 10:28 PM   #1
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Engine bay or interior?

About to get rid of my subs for the price I want and gonna get the ammount I wanted for them too. So now comes my next modding question...

Chrome goodies for the engine

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Finish the interior out.

So what should I do?
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definately the interior
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Oh by the way. Here is what I'm going to do to them.

Interior
- El-Glow White Face Guages
- Carbon Fiber Instrument Panel Overlay
- Grant Black Leather/Carbon Fiber Shift Knob
- Parking Brake Boot

Engine Bay
- Chrome Motorsport Oil Cap
- Chrome EGR Valve cap
- Chrome Washer Resevior Cap
- Chrome Power Steering Cap Cover
- Chrome Radiator Cap Cover
- Chrome Master Cylinder Cap
- Polished Aluminum Fuse Box Cover
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Old 08-23-2004, 10:09 AM   #4
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finish the int, not like your going to look at the engine bay every day.
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I personally don't open the hood unless A:somethings broke B:Cleaning C:Adding a mod.

I do however spend most of my time IN the vehicle so I would have to say interior.

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i voted engine bay but i take that back, if you plan on doin shows yea do engine first if you arent then do interior because of previously stated reasons
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Definately the interior.
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Well, with any luck, I'll be able to do both in a few more months.
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