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bluedragon32k
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Jan 29, 12:20pm - #387113 
large dash painting

any one kno if i can paint or change the color somehow on the large dash piece of the car without taking it off (coz i dont have a garage and its to complicated to remove on street). any suggestions

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Pissprinkler
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Jan 29, 12:22pm - #387114 
Yes but you would have to cover every single inch of the interior because of overspray.

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bluedragon32k
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Jan 29, 12:31pm - #387115 
dam is that the only way

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Jan 29, 12:52pm - #387116 
yes, but it's just as easy to take the dash out. took me about 2.5 hours when i had my car repainted royal sapphire pearl. thumbsup

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Jan 29, 12:53pm - #387117 
Ya because if you dont the paint will get everywhere! Also I just realised that you might have to even cover some parts outside of the car since I'm guessing your doors or windows will be open so you dont suffocate in there while painting so that means the mist of paint might get on your exterior. Hope this helps.

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bluedragon32k
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Jan 29, 1:12pm - #387118 
thanks coz i was lookin at the other forums and its seems to complicated to remove and plus i park on the street so that makes it even harder.
anyone kno a place in the sf area that paints interiors for cheap?

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Jan 29, 1:17pm - #387119 
i would just let it go. Its gonna cost atleast $500 to do that. Just paint the center console and other accents to match.


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Jan 29, 1:45pm - #387120 
i already have that done, and it seems like too much trouble.. thanks though, i just try it after i get a garage

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Jan 29, 4:45pm - #387121 
yea dude its worth the wait... if ur gonna do that, you want it done right... thumbsup thumbsup

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