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Old 03-21-2013, 12:42 AM   #1
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Whats your guys opinions on painted interior pieces?
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I've done it and love it. Ill post a pic tomorrow
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Sweet man. Ive seen it done before is yours glossy and smooth or what? Im just wondering cause i wanna do mine and i wanna match it to my car which is hard enough finding mineral gray paint haha but i want a glossy finish
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Sweet man. Ive seen it done before is yours glossy and smooth or what? Im just wondering cause i wanna do mine and i wanna match it to my car which is hard enough finding mineral gray paint haha but i want a glossy finish
Haha yeah it took me a while but it looks great. I sanded all the pieces and put a couple coats of primer, color, and clear on it. Looks professional
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Here's a couple pics
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look sick. ive got tan interior and ive painted most of my trim black, ill post pics tomorrow
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Looks nice
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I want to do that exactly to mine.. What type of paint did you use and did the plastic require any prep work?? And bout how long did it take?
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I want to do that exactly to mine.. What type of paint did you use and did the plastic require any prep work?? And bout how long did it take?
Some people just paint over the plastic but I sanded all the pieces with 220 and 400 grit and just Home Depot rustoleum spray paint. It took about 3 or 4 hours but that's cause I did 3 coats of primer, paint and clear. It looks professional
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Some people just paint over the plastic but I sanded all the pieces with 220 and 400 grit and just Home Depot rustoleum spray paint. It took about 3 or 4 hours but that's cause I did 3 coats of primer, paint and clear. It looks professional
Yeah I have an extra center piece so that'll save me time, and I planning on doing what you did
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Yeah I have an extra center piece so that'll save me time, and I planning on doing what you did
It should turn out great! Do light coats because it'll run easy and you'll have to redo it all
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It should turn out great! Do light coats because it'll run easy and you'll have to redo it all
It'll match this too
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It'll match this too
That'll look sweet
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It'll match this too
That'll look sweet
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You can have them wrapped in anything too.

That could be outrageous and set you apart if you pick the right wrap.

Carbon fibre anyone?

Now that would look bad freakin arse.

Here's what a 35th anny interior looks like.
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Wrapping is cheap too and removable FYI.
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Wait a minute...mineral grey wrap your stuff.

They can make any pattern you email them.

That would
Be hot.
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I like the silver brushed aluminum look matches the bezel in my speedo cluster
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99 you need to swap in LEDs on your dash.

We have blue lens. It changes everything
Driving at night.
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99 you need to swap in LEDs on your dash.

We have blue lens. It changes everything
Driving at night.
Mines a 01gt, I made my own dash insert out of real aluminum
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Could you get a picture from the back seat so we can see the whole dashboard
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Could you get a picture from the back seat so we can see the whole dashboard
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Haha yeah it took me a while but it looks great. I sanded all the pieces and put a couple coats of primer, color, and clear on it. Looks professional
What kind of primer was it?
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