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Old 05-09-2013, 10:42 PM   #1
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So i want to paint my console and radio bezel but i wasnt sure if i should use some of my brilliant silver metallic car paint or if i even could. I have the base v6 so i have a black dash , console and radio bezel with other gray interior trim. I could also try to find a paint that is similar to the satin pieces that come factory. I think im leaning towards the same color as the outside though.
Kind of like this but not painting the dash
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sorry like this
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I love that color green.I didn't paint mine I just bought a dash kit.
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If you want to match factory outside, youll have to get some actual automotive paint and spray it. If you want blacks, silvers or standard colors, look for SEM interior paints. Most auto paint stores have it, it has a nice factory look to it and comes in a spray can.
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I just had this done at my local body shop, it turned out great...
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I just had this done at my local body shop, it turned out great...
Wow that looks great how much was it?

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If you want to match factory outside, youll have to get some actual automotive paint and spray it. If you want blacks, silvers or standard colors, look for SEM interior paints. Most auto paint stores have it, it has a nice factory look to it and comes in a spray can.
I think my friend has some of the auto paint left. Do they make a paint that looks like the satin finish used on the factory door handles? I just dont want all the colors to conflict since i have black, gray, chrome and the satin.
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love it! yes, if you don't mind please tell us how much and how hard it was to remove/replace it all.
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You know what, I take that back. You can buy exterior color matched paint from Duplicolor in a can, and just clear coat after. That green paintjob is a good example of what a quality auto clear should look like, its the only way to get that deep gloss.
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love it! yes, if you don't mind please tell us how much and how hard it was to remove/replace it all.
The shop removed it for me but they said it was easy. I had a lot done to my car when it was in the shop...Roush chin spoiler,side and rear skirts, painted calipers, hood vents, stripe and engine cover so i dont know what the price would be for just the interior alone, sorry.
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The shop removed it for me but they said it was easy. I had a lot done to my car when it was in the shop...Roush chin spoiler,side and rear skirts, painted calipers, hood vents, stripe and engine cover so i dont know what the price would be for just the interior alone, sorry.
Too bad cause that looks really cool. Ive seen it done with grabber blue before but not gotta have it green
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Too bad cause that looks really cool. Ive seen it done with grabber blue before but not gotta have it green
Just take your car to your local paint shop and get a quote...i would guess less than 200 ?
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I just had this done at my local body shop, it turned out great...
Looks great.
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