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Old 04-30-2010, 12:00 PM
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New Pics with Gloss Black Interior Pieces

Ok as requested by a few members, here are the new pics of the interior. I had the side pieces in the dash painted gloss black to match all the woodgrain I had painted gloss black a few months ago. I really like how it turned out.




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Looks awesome!
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Looks Great!!
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Paint work looks awesome....

Is that a crack in the windshield or something hanging down in front of the truck?
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Man that looks great....I'm not a woodgrain fan.
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Thanks guys! Yea that's a big a$$ crack in the windshield...need to go get it replaced.
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JROD... looks good... I just did my woodgrain pieces too. I didnt do the side panels but looking at yours, I may have to go back to the bodyshop. I have the ebony interior so it made it sooo much better. The woodgrain stood out bad in it. I'll try to post some pictures once I get the interior cleaned up.
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Old 04-30-2010, 04:57 PM
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Looks great!

10X better than the woodgrain.

Ford should offer the option of either Woodgrain or painted trim pieces.
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Thanks guys! Yea that's a big a$$ crack in the windshield...need to go get it replaced.

Did you have ur tail lights painted?..if so how much it cost ya?..I did my 3rd brake with NightShade and think I'd be happier with professionally done if not to bad of price
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No my tails and third brake light are all Recons...didn't want to mess with the nightshades and like how bright the LEDs are.
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