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Old Sat, Jul-22-2017, 01:23:22 PM   #1
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Default Black dash trim and shifter bezel (Custom Textured Black)

i thought these were some rare OEM textured black pieces while they were in my car, when I took them out and ran the part number on the back I realized these were custom made starting from wood grain trim.

they are very sturdy parts, aluminum backed not plastic like the titan shadow or piano black.

I don't know who made them, how they were made or any other info on them.

I do not have armrests to match.

I do not have photos of them installed in the car but it looked awesome, way better than piano black. It goes well with the leather grain of the black dash.

$450 plus shipping
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Default Re: Black dash trim and shifter bezel (Custom Textured Black)

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Default Re: Black dash trim and shifter bezel (Custom Textured Black)

Looks like they used wrinkle black spray paint.
Might sell better with arm rest glws op
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Default Re: Black dash trim and shifter bezel (Custom Textured Black)

It's alot more durable and scratch resistant than paint, def not a spray can plasti-dip job, if that's what your implying.
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It's alot more durable and scratch resistant than paint, def not a spray can plasti-dip job, if that's what your implying.
Looks like Line-x like what they use on pick up truck beds which is very durable. Cool unique pieces, glws.
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