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Thanks m_tyler_r for the inspiration.


He had plastidip'd (or painted) his interior chrome bezel accents.

So I copied him (although he didn't take the primary gauge bezels off... I found out how - stupid easy - just pull the dash).

My quest for a completely blacked out car is nearing completion... Muhahaha. Muahahahahhahhaa.

Thanks Tyler!
 

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Looks good did you do the accents or the whole interior I can't tell?
Chrome accent prices only...

I painted (black / clear) the radio plate and center console. The silver painted plastic didn't match anything in the car.
 

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nhcowboy said:
Thanks m_tyler_r for the inspiration.

He had plastidip'd (or painted) his interior chrome bezel accents.

So I copied him (although he didn't take the primary gauge bezels off... I found out how - stupid easy - just pull the dash).

My quest for a completely blacked out car is nearing completion... Muhahaha. Muahahahahhahhaa.

Thanks Tyler!
no problem man! looks amazing! how did you do the middle trim piece and the passenger air vent
 

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no problem man! looks amazing! how did you do the middle trim piece and the passenger air vent
The center vent chrome trim is held on with just adhesive... Gentry pry with a pick tool (soft plastic flat toot) and just go from the edges in slowly...

Passenger air vent was challenging... First tried to pull the entire part out by going for, the sides and from within the glove box... But some of the plastic retainers just wouldn't budge and I was worried I'd snap something. Instead, using the drivers side as a reference, I reached in and pressed/pulled the corresponding vent chrome bezel retainers. Then used another pick tool to finish the upper left hand corner ones from the outside... A little sketchy but I got without damaging the chrome.
 

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The center vent chrome trim is held on with just adhesive... Gentry pry with a pick tool (soft plastic flat toot) and just go from the edges in slowly...

Passenger air vent was challenging... First tried to pull the entire part out by going for, the sides and from within the glove box... But some of the plastic retainers just wouldn't budge and I was worried I'd snap something. Instead, using the drivers side as a reference, I reached in and pressed/pulled the corresponding vent chrome bezel retainers. Then used another pick tool to finish the upper left hand corner ones from the outside... A little sketchy but I got without damaging the chrome.
thanks man I appreciate it a lot
 
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