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SilverCelicaGT
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SilverCelicaGT Feb 1, 7:31pm - #389246 
2002 Silver Toyota Celica GT
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Painting my center console

I have a silver celica and i was wondering what would be the best color to paint my center console. rolleyes
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blitzceli
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blitzceli Feb 1, 7:35pm - #389247 

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depends on your interior scheme.. If you have a silver car with dark colored rims,(alot of Carbon Fiber) then Id just get a Carbon Fiber dash kit (THE REAL STUFF)

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GTQuentin
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GTQuentin Feb 1, 8:07pm - #389248 

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just say no. unless ur the bomb painter or gettin it professionally done. i see soo many on here that look so wack. i dont know what they were thinkin.
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Blue_Glo
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Blue_Glo Feb 1, 8:19pm - #389249 

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ya I agree, get it sprayed with a real gun. Don't try to rattle can that shit, it looks REALLY BAD! rofl But I would say it would look real clean and suttle if you did it the same paint as the outside of your car. real glossy, it would be just enough to look clean and sick. carbon fiber would be good too but get the real stuff. no fake discount vynal crap. just my opinion! thumbsup
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vaio23
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vaio23 Feb 1, 9:11pm - #389250 
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I disagree, I did my console using spray cans and if you follow the guide on this site it can come out really nice. Plus you only spend $20-30. Here are a few pics.

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WantaToyota
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WantaToyota Feb 1, 9:13pm - #389251 

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id say just black but maybe a red or blue
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Chelica815 Feb 1, 10:48pm - #389252 
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I would say black also. And I would suggest trying it out yourself. I have seen some really great DIY center console paintjobs. If you mess up, then bring to a real body shop, at least you tried.

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celica2nv
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celica2nv Feb 2, 2:07am - #389253 

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depends on what inerior scheme you want...hmmm lets say...black or blue...btw i say get them done proffesionally...i did my own came out nice...than i decided to clear coat them and the looked worse...got theem proffesionally done 50 bucks...look amazing...its going to cost you atleast 20 or more to buy paint ...just pay and get them done right!
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SnowFire
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SnowFire Feb 2, 2:31am - #389254 

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hey, if yoiu got sprayin skills like vaio, then DIY. but if not, dont waste the time
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