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Ha I was just looking at those last night. Affordable on this car my other cars its like $50+ for the same China made piece.

I may end up wrapping myself but considering buying this type of product. I'm just not sold on carbon fiber look for this csr. but what bothers me more is the matte black trim pieces. Likely doing a low gloss black
 

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Ha I was just looking at those last night. Affordable on this car my other cars its like $50+ for the same China made piece.

I may end up wrapping myself but considering buying this type of product. I'm just not sold on carbon fiber look for this csr. but what bothers me more is the matte black trim pieces. Likely doing a low gloss black
I use Rust-oleum Satin Black 338938 Protective Enamel (WalMart) for my plastic trim pieces in my Gen Coupe. It's a little tricky getting a good coat as it needs several very thin coats per application and needs to dry 24 hours between applications. Takes me three days unless I screw up but a very nice look and durable.
 

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I use Rust-oleum Satin Black 338938 Protective Enamel (WalMart) for my plastic trim pieces in my Gen Coupe. It's a little tricky getting a good coat as it needs several very thin coats per application and needs to dry 24 hours between applications. Takes me three days unless I screw up but a very nice look and durable.
Interesting approach. I wouldn't ever think to paint plastic interior parts though. The vinyl is very easy with perfect finish and easily removed, replaced, or redone. What happens when the paint chips or is scratched? I've used that paint to paint my engine on another car but is it recommended for plastic?
What color is your exterior? Would be nice to tie it in.
Coliseum grey. With the grey interior. Maybe a dark grey gloss would look good too. I may be getting custom fit black leather seat covered though...help protect it from our toddler.
 
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