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Old 07-02-2013, 10:43 AM
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I have the Ebony/Titanium interior and want to switch it to all Ebony. I can find most of it on ebay, but I'm very specifically looking for the glovebox with the two pieces of trim that go on either side of it (can anybody tell me what they are called?), as well as the center console/armrest assembly (not just the lid) and it has to have the aux/usb ports.

I'm open to swapping with people too. I live in Las Vegas for what it is worth.

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EDIT: If you have door panels I need BOSE/memory switches

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Old 07-02-2013, 09:30 PM
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Old 07-03-2013, 02:07 AM
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Paint all with Duplicolor vinyl paint. Impossible to peel from the panels nor any other part except the seats. It really works. I've painted and torture tested several different pieces including the door panels before using it on the good parts. I painted my center console which was grey and wet sanded it so I have a combination of black/grey.
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Old 07-03-2013, 10:58 AM
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That's an interesting idea. I don't have anything to lose since I was going to replace the panels anyways.... there are a few that I can't find so maybe I'll try that on them. Does it match the ebony dash pretty well? I'd love to see some pictures of that if you have time.

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Old 07-03-2013, 11:34 AM
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I'll try today. The process is simple: Remove the parts, wash them very well and rewash and rewash. Wipe with alcohol, let dry. Spray with a can of adhesion promoter, spray several THIN kind of misting coats let dry overnight. You can instal or get a hose and 1000 grit wet paper, rub until the desired effect, let the water dry and install. You can clear coat or leave it like that no problems. There is no way you can scrape it off unless you use a razor. It won't peel off under hot Florida sun, no fading neither. They cary some different colors. I use flat black. There are some other companies with similar paints, they all work fine so it's a matter of choosing the right color for your needs. If you want a solid color you don't have to remove all the parts. You can mask it off. I always liked a professional job this is why I take everything apart.
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