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Old 02-03-2014, 08:04 AM   #1
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Old 02-03-2014, 08:36 AM   #2
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All I can say is :::::

WOW
Very nice and looks great but "WOW" it is awsum.
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Tell me how you did it please haha I want it my stock stuff is all scratch up

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Looks like the expensive Roush interior kit
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It's actually very easy. This was the sixth car I've done since 2000. All black ebony wood grain.

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Looks really good. I can def see myself doing something like this in the near future. The wood grain is a nice touch of class
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Not a fan of woodgrain in a mustang...just don't get it I guess.
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Old 02-03-2014, 11:04 PM   #8
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Not a fan of woodgrain in a mustang...just don't get it I guess.
So don't buy it.
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That is why it is called customizing.

Some people will like what you do and some won't. I have seen custom cars and motorcycles I love and some not so much. I still like the idea of a person making a change to anything to make it their own.
TedG did a great job of making his car his own. I think it looks great and if I did not like it I would respect the effort he put into a project to customize his Mustang.
Nice job TedG

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Old 02-04-2014, 07:47 AM   #10
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Some people will like what you do and some won't. I have seen custom cars and motorcycles I love and some not so much. I still like the idea of a person making a change to anything to make it their own.
TedG did a great job of making his car his own. I think it looks great and if I did not like it I would respect the effort he put into a project to customize his Mustang.
Nice job TedG

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Old 02-04-2014, 09:03 AM   #11
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I did not mean that the quality wasn't great. The **** looks amazing, the finish is top notch...obviously the work is high quality. I just think it looks out of place in a mustang.

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TedG, how easy was it to install? I'm interested in their real blue carbon fibre kit for my car. It looks really good.
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Old 02-04-2014, 05:23 PM   #13
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It's not difficult. Took me about 30 minutes.

Since 2000 I've done my 2000 Acura TL, 2003 Acura CL, a 2006 Accord, a 2007 Mustang GT, a 2010 Escape, and now my 2014 Mustang. In each case, I used the exact same Ebony grain pattern in every vehicle. All the cars had black interiors. (Can you tell that I wasn't too crazy about the Accord?)

Just pick a warm day, prep the surfaces and follow the directions. Really, it's not difficult.

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This looks awesome. The other finishes look incredible too, but curious if the kits work for manuals as well. Also curious on the fit and ease of install.
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I cant find one with a Manual transmission pattern and the one you said you used for some reason they don't have it
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Looks good.

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I really like the brushed aluminum overlay. Matches well will the stock accents that the 10-12s have.
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Looks really good man. I'm going to look around on that site
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Have you pictures of these on your 07 GT? I want to see how it is on that generation?
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Have you pictures of these on your 07 GT? I want to see how it is on that generation?
No, I don't.
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Im looking into gettin my 07 a wood grain finish.. I was thinking of a dark color to complement da black leather. Found dis website: Directcartrim.com
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No, I don't.
I have been trying to get opinions on this for a while and came across this post. I am looking at the carbon fiber from the same company but I just wanted to get your opinion on two things. Quality... assuming good since you have done to six cars lol, bit it is good quality stuff?

Also, I have been told some different things about interior dress up kits in Florida with the heat and proximity to the sun. I see you are at least part time down here. Have you done to cars that are in Florida full time or have been here during the summer? Does it hold up well between the heat and the sun beating down?
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Have you pictures of these on your 07 GT? I want to see how it is on that generation?
On Directcartrim.com, dey can send u a sample of the material for like $1 so u see if dat is wut u really want.
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