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Old 08-24-2010
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before and after interior

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Driver side has same neon as these, but I didnt feel the need to take a picture.



Got some of the plastic pieces painted after i took those pics Vents, radio bezel and these pieces. (did these first, to see what it would look like, then did bezel, dont have pics of finished vents and bezel atm)



All thats left is black carpet. Oh, and wrap the gray pieces on the door panels.

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i like the tweed on the dash. different but still clean at the same time.
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looks alot better man, nice work! are you going to replace the carpet eventually?
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looks alot better man, nice work! are you going to replace the carpet eventually?
Yeah...probably within the next month or so...Just ran out of money lol
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The black looks so badass
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nice man! i just got some black tweed for my interior, hope mine turns out as nice as yours!
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Thanks everyone.

If anyone cant tell, that is tweed and suede. Headliner/visors/part of door panels/inside section of seats is suede. and the paint is something my buddy mixxed up for his rims...I call it rootbeer, its black at night, but goldish the more light that hits it....almost as gold as subaru rims in direct sunlight.



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nice man! i just got some black tweed for my interior, hope mine turns out as nice as yours!
Right on dude. Good luck, and dont cheap out on adhesive. I used the 3M 90 hi strength stuff cause I know it holds well. Didnt wanna risk having to redo it because it is a MAJOR PITA!
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oh i didnt lol

i have friends that did, and it sucks to redo that kind of stuff
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Looks good minus the big tach but, I just really dont like those things.
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How are you gonna get away with a airbagless steering wheel?

Dash looks great though
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Looks good minus the big tach but, I just really dont like those things.
Yeah, if you look at the pic that shows my cluster, my truck is off, but the tach and temp guage are stuck, so I had to get a tach and water temp guage and only had $50...so thats what I got.

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How are you gonna get away with a airbagless steering wheel?

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The steering wheel has been there, just replaced the leather with suede on it.
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Oh, that would explain the big a$$ tach.
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Sick job man.. love the covered dash.. tweed is kinda 90's imo id go with like suede or even leather, but its easy to work with and always looks good.

Where you get that steering wheel and adapter???
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Sick job man.. love the covered dash.. tweed is kinda 90's imo id go with like suede or even leather, but its easy to work with and always looks good.

Where you get that steering wheel and adapter???
My buddy got the steeringwheel years ago when he worked in a mercedes bodyshop. (thats where he got the emblem, prolly go the wheel online) Its a 95 truck, so 90s is cool, I like how it looks kinda like carbon fiber, but not as homo...Was gonna go with ostrich leather...but thats too (for lack of a better word) black for me.
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Heres a pic to show how gold the paint gets in direct sunlight.


I was sketchy at first...but it has grown on me.
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Coleosis ,
Nice look !
The first pic how did you mount the “Multi-Gauge" on the corner of the dash ?
Just getting idea because that is where my Tach is going.

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Coleosis ,
Nice look !
The first pic how did you mount the “Multi-Gauge" on the corner of the dash ?
Just getting idea because that is where my Tach is going.

Thks,
Took off everything except the ring that goes around the tach and is supposed to hook to the mounting bracket. Drilled a second set of holes and ran a long bolt through it and put it above the headliner on one side and above the A pillar on the other side, then the second bolt (inside bolt) goes under the headliner with a lil ziptie to make sure it doesnt get shook loose by the system. Holds really well...Ill try to remember to take a pic when the sun comes up.
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did you put the fabric over your dash yourself if so did you have to peel the original vinyl off it or did you just glue it right over the top
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did you put the fabric over your dash yourself if so did you have to peel the original vinyl off it or did you just glue it right over the top
Yeah, we glued it right over the top.
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