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So I have the Eddie Bauer package, but not the woodgrain interior package. I got tired of the silver trim pieces so I removed them and wrapped them in a woodgrain film. I ordered a dash kit previously and it was stupid, all it was was a sticky adhesive that just went on top. Some people may not like it, but it was very cheap and I think it actually looks pretty nice. I used a hair dryer to get them to wrap around properly.

I need to clean up the corners on a few of them.





Tell me what you think? Next is the door trim pieces.
 

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it's a good "5 footer" :toothless
 

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Clean the corners up and it will look decent. Can't beat the colors of the factory faux maple burl though.
 

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Clean the corners up and it will look decent. Can't beat the colors of the factory faux maple burl though.

I know, however getting a hold on them is nearly impossible. Ive looked for a long time, and couldnt ever find any that were in any kind of decent shape. Thats what I went with this option.
 

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Trust me I know...I looked for 5 years to get it reasonably priced. Finally got the set in May and then another dash piece fell in my lap...not letting that go though.
 

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Not too bad.

I love my original wood grain trim in my Bronco. Still in perfect shape and i'll never let it go!
 

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why not make real wood trim? woodwork isn't that hard and you can't beat the real thing.
 

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I did it on campus with limited tools and working space, plus it was in the middle of summer. It gets hot and humid in Texas. I will clean up the corners when it cools down this winter. Then I plan to do the doors as well.
 

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looks cool. post up some pics when you get it all finished up.
 

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X2 on the real wood trim, some half round and a little time and you'd be done and then stain it anything you want. Hmmmmm , mabey , just mabey ...........
 

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X2 on the real wood trim, some half round and a little time and you'd be done and then stain it anything you want. Hmmmmm , mabey , just mabey ...........
That would look very nice. I would go for a mahogany wood, and stain it dark. Maybe one day..:beer
 

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I agree about those corners, get an Exacto Knife and work it like a gift wrapped present, a little more precise with the folds.

I like the look of the woodgrain pattern on my steering wheel but it's got a little worn off though my dash and the radio bezel which I got from "Scrappy86" in VA are in mint condition.

I'd like to eliminate the "porno red" velvet on the door panels with something like this, where do you find woodgrain film....?.....I'm sure it's not going to match up perfectly.

Good Luck ~ :thumbup
 
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