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Old 04-10-2012, 09:06 PM   #1
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Interior upgrades in 2000 mustang

After I lower my ride I wanna change the inside of my car dramatically. Any ideas? I wanna go all out. I want to black out my dash and stuff. Any help?

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I wanna black out my whole interior any idea what to use?
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Old 04-11-2012, 04:39 AM   #2
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Do you mean like the the pieces? I know I did alot of mine with krylon fusion spray paint and looks awesome! Pretty cheap too
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Are you looking to just black everything out?!?.... Or are you looking for a bit of style?!?....
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Are you looking to just black everything out?!?.... Or are you looking for a bit of style?!?....
Black everything out.

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Do you mean like the the pieces? I know I did alot of mine with krylon fusion spray paint and looks awesome! Pretty cheap too
Yeah I have my book on how to get the interior out. I might paint my interior with the and use krylon flat black. Is it sensitive to being scratched easily when brushed like by accidentally scratching it ? Maybe I should go with a thin layer
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I put about 4 light coats on mine to cover it completely and cleared it Andrew with a matte finish. I've had them done for almost a year and they still look like they did when I did them. Just take care of it like you would anything else.

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Or possibly finding a junker with black panels to put on at a salvage yard somewhere
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