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Old 03-16-2004, 02:33 AM   #21
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I've always turned away from wood for Greenzilla, but that color combination might make me re-think it. VERY classy.
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I've always turned away from wood for Greenzilla, but that color combination might make me re-think it. VERY classy.
Awww thanks Bill I think it would look great. Your car also has front door switchpods that are 'flat' compared to the '96'-99s, right? The wood would look even better on them.

To see what I mean, check out my rear door picture where the wood covers the entire plastic assembly. Then check my front door. The company who made the trim couldn't cover the entire plastic piece because it isn't flat, it 'bubbles up'. I was thinking about grabbing two front door switchpods from '93-'95 from a junkyard
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I would have a problem on my center floor console. I have all the seat switches, plus aftermarket switches.
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Well, you could skip the piece that does the seat switches. You could also drill holes into the other piece to accomodate your LEDS and switches. I don't know, I wouldn't let that stop you from doing it if you really want to do it....

I do know they can get a SSEI kit that gives you the heads up display opening and premium sound bass adjustment if you have it.
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