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Old 09 Sep 2005, 03:38 pm
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OK, the dash kit has been installed. These photos may be a bit big because my Photoshop program is out of whack at the moment and I can't resize them.

Here's all the pieces in the kit. The shifter oval trim is not used on the GT. Other colors are available including brushed stainless.


The three holes in the dash bezel have a chrome detail that I panted black because it shows up when the "wood" is installed.


The deed is done.


Note the door trim, too.


I messed up the airbag pod cover a little. It went on at a slight angle so after a bit of pulling, I got it back off but the 3M sticky was streched and bubbled and went back on a little bumpy. I tell myself that makes it look more like real wood. [B)]

I have some install tips for anyone who goes this route.
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Very nice look, and well done!
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Looks fine to me. Good job.
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Looking very sharp. Nice work. [8]
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I LIKEY!!!!!
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Lookin good 2step...now lets get that floor cleaned up!
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I agrre looks very nice. By the way, are you going to be selling the old carbon fiber kit? If so, let me know, I might want to take it off your hands.
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Old 14 Sep 2005, 09:37 pm
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Sorry BigPhil, these kits are installed over the stock parts. Nothing comes off to sell.

Speaking of "Sell", the best part of MY new mod is the cost. I have a seller who is letting these 8-piece kits go for $100 US plus $15 shipping. He's in Canada so just convert the dollars for that side of the line. No duty, no extra costs either side.

Contact martinskobla@hotmail.com and make your own deal in your choice of color/finish.[8]

Crewzin......the floor looks that way for a few days after I cut the grass.[B)]
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Sweet![:X]
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I think the molded wood kit looks so much better then the flat type...Where did you order it from???????
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