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Old 02-27-2008
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Finished Paiting Interior (10 Pics)

So I finally finished painting my interior white. All I did was take everything off sand it with 400 grit sand paper and put three coats of white paint on it.
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looks good im gonna do that soon but im not sure if i should colormatch and go Deep wedgewood blue or go with sillver or something
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definitely should do it.. it makes the interior look so much better
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yours looks great because its color matched with the ext. but i think deep wedge wood blue would look funny on the interior of mine so i need to find a nother color maybe a silver like the newer ones
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looks good.. hopefully it doesnt start to peel
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Looks fantastic!
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the trim peace that goes around my radio and heat controls is peeling its almost like they just put a big silver sticker over it instead of pain it. I have been thinking about taking a heat gun to it and getting it all off then painting it. was it pretty easy to do? any word of wisdom befor I start it. I think thats going to be this weekends project.
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that looks great!
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you should do the panel underneath the steering wheel, it looks good though! looks like mine....
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yeah i plan on doing that panel but i ran out of paint today...

Boomer all i can tell you is that if you go the sanding route make sure you sand it really good. I took two hours to sand the radio trim... trust me it will be work it when your done
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looks great! very nice accent.
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Looks great. I just finished color matching the interior of my 94
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Ya man that looks great!!!!! And as far as matching the deep wedgewood...I tried it on the door insert and I thought it looked totally out of place. The only way I think it would work is if you did at least what he did with the white if not as much as the red.
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way to much i think. imo, a few accent peices look good. under the steering wheel and glove box....to much
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looks good
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looks great, i have a dark red truck with tan interior, what do u would look good with the accents like u guys have done with that interior
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^^i think it owuld look sweet man, my buddy has done it on his truck, red and tan look good together.
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sweet
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way to much i think. imo, a few accent peices look good. under the steering wheel and glove box....to much
I agree, should of stopped after the radio bezel and the door bezels. Looks tacky...
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You did a good job, but I don't like it.
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It looks good. I have been starting to plan out what i am going to in my truck. I am going to use red as an accent to the black truck.
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It looks good. I would do that to mine but hey im not that inclined to do it. IM LAZY!!!
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I kinda like the white, but does it get dirty quicker?
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What paint did you use and how close is the colour to matching the oxford white?
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