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Old 10-24-2011, 05:55 PM   #1
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So I'm not digging the flat black plastic center console, and I was thinking about wrapping it in suede instead.

Not entirely sure as to how to do this on something that's rubbed/touched on often, would I just use suede and fabric glue? If not then what kind of glue would I use?

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Just saying... if you do swede it will matte together and wear fast and look dirty if you don't stay in top of it. But if you don't put your elbow on it there's no problem
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The only thing that I really touch is the center console, Which will stay the same for now.

so think its a go?
Suede is just so damn expensive, but it will match the racing seats..
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The only thing that I really touch is the center console, Which will stay the same for now.

so think its a go?
Suede is just so damn expensive, but it will match the racing seats..
Then go with micro fiber. Its cheaper, looks the same, and is more durable!
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Exactly what I'm doing!

Can't wait, thinking I should murder out the interior, should I do black chrome on the chrome pieces or completely murder everything?
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Hmm honestly im not sure which would look better! Probably black chrome..
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Maybe with that Retro styling, because I really love those gauges..

Ill find a weekend I can take a break and do it
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Maybe with that Retro styling, because I really love those gauges..

Ill find a weekend I can take a break and do it
Pics after please!
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Will do going to airbrush the passenger dash too!

Can't decide between just airbrushing "JetWolf" really nice, or airbrushing the Mustang prayer, just not sure if I have room for it, lol!
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Will do going to airbrush the passenger dash too!

Can't decide between just airbrushing "JetWolf" really nice, or airbrushing the Mustang prayer, just not sure if I have room for it, lol!
Either way that sounds amazing!
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