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Old 01 Nov 2005, 12:52 am
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detail your Cruiser's interior. [8D] Installed the Electric Blue Door Dots in my car and I am very pleased with the easy installation, high quality, good fit, and nice "look". [^] The front of the "dot board" is covered with real leather and the rear is made of DC dark slate grey material that matches the interior of my car. The "dots" go well with the Electric Blue welts I installed in my car a few months ago. This new product is available from: www.mrmikes.com



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Old 01 Nov 2005, 02:29 am
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very nice. are those for all four doors or just the fronts? how much did it run you?


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Old 01 Nov 2005, 04:58 am
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They are made to fit all the passenger doors. Those for the rear doors are cut somewhat smaller. A set of four is $40 or they are sold individually at $10 each.

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Just noticed the flames on your door pull - sweet![?]
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Thanks, QD. I wanted something to brighten up my car's interior and match the exterior paint colors. I am pleased with the final results.

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Are these glued in or do they just sit in the door? [:I]

I am ordering some welt from Mike tomorrow and these look too neat not to put on my Christmas list.
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They are not glued but held in place with Velcro that is included with them: http://www.mrmikes.com/ptinstalldoordots.htm
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To be completly honest gary, i LOVE almost every mod that you have done to your car. We wanted a seamist green cruiser, but could never find one when they stopped making them.
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Old 03 Nov 2005, 11:23 am
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Thanks for info on how they are held in place. Looks like a set of dots will be headed my way along with some welting.
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To be completly honest gary, i LOVE almost every mod that you have done to your car...
Thanks. I've been working on it for 26 months now and think I got it almost the way I want it. [^]


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