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Old 11-29-2013, 04:03 PM   #1
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Interior Aluminum?

Hey guys I have the 2007 Base which as you know is all plastic and is a boring interior and some of my friends have the premium. Is there a way I can buy the aluminum kit like they have in their car or any ideas to help my interior out and all on kind of a budget??
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Hey guys I have the 2007 Base which as you know is all plastic and is a boring interior and some of my friends have the premium. Is there a way I can buy the aluminum kit like they have in their car or any ideas to help my interior out and all on kind of a budget??
Here's the first I've found, with many others out there.

Ford Mustang GT Interior Brushed Aluminum Dash Trim Kit 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 | eBay
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^ though it may look more factory.. you can purchase a vinyl dash overlay for $40 from Rvinyl. Looks great too!
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^ though it may look more factory.. you can purchase a vinyl dash overlay for $40 from Rvinyl. Looks great too!
Thanks you so much and for it to look like the factory interior on the other mustangs should I get aluminum brushed or aluminum silver??
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Thanks you so much and for it to look like the factory interior on the other mustangs should I get aluminum brushed or aluminum silver??
Oh, I'd go with brushed aluminum, for sure. Anything else would be too shiny.
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Oh, I'd go with brushed aluminum, for sure. Anything else would be too shiny.
It's only like a paper thin material? Does that look weird and is their any harder one?
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It's only like a paper thin material? Does that look weird and is their any harder one?
I have the factory aluminum trim in my GT, and it's paper-thin too. And honestly, it's not really brushed aluminum. The texture and look are some sort of painted effect. Any after-market panels that are real brushed aluminum would probably look much better than what I have.

Just my opinion, mind you. It's all about how you want it to look. That's all that matters. Look around, and do a lot of eBay searches. Good deals can be found, and still get the look you want.
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yeah such as american muscle's kit..I hate it, but the Rvinyl kit looks great IMO. On top of that I'll be getting a "Mustang" decal from stangmods.com to put on the passenger side.
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Check out mydipkit.com It's a really cool process. It's hydro transfer. Here is a link to their "metal" patterns. I was looking at the engine turned. https://www.mydipkit.com/index.php?m...index&cPath=15
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