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KnuKonceptz
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Interest Metal Interior Handles & trim panels
#1282302 - 07/20/06 04:29 AM

Posted this in the aesthetics section and received a warm response. More traffic up in the GB section so we'll see what everyone thinks:

What is involved - so far the door handles (on the inside) Two possible trim rings and the oh sh!t handles. A quick Photochop was made of the door and trim rings



The handles can be done, the trim parts might be a bit harder. Overall interest will determine how far we take it though.

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posthuman63t
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Re: Interest Metal Interior Handles & trim panels new
#1282316 (Re: KnuKonceptz) 07/20/06 04:49 AM

Could be cool providing actual pictures and not photochops...

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MapOfTaziFoSho
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Re: Interest Metal Interior Handles & trim panels new
#1282330 (Re: posthuman63t) 07/20/06 05:32 AM

aren't the door handles one continuous piece with the door minus the cover that hides the screws?! I am gonna go see my parts car tomorrow so maybe I will look at these.

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KnuKonceptz
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Re: Interest Metal Interior Handles & trim panels new
#1282404 (Re: MapOfTaziFoSho) 07/20/06 12:53 PM

The handles remove from the door panel. If we did make these it would be a solid unit with two exposed holes to allow for screw access. I dont think we could make it two part like the stock unit.

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GreaseyMonkey
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Re: Interest Metal Interior Handles & trim panels new
#1282450 (Re: KnuKonceptz) 07/20/06 02:17 PM

what about the pieces that surround the switches on the doors, as well as the handles

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KnuKonceptz
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Re: Interest Metal Interior Handles & trim panels new
#1282488 (Re: GreaseyMonkey) 07/20/06 03:02 PM

Those I think could be done, I have to look at them again, I think part is a snap fit (plus one screw), not sure if we would need to modify that to work with metal

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Buckshot77
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Re: Interest Metal Interior Handles & trim panels new
#1282514 (Re: KnuKonceptz) 07/20/06 03:35 PM

Knu,

I think the only way that would look good is if you can offer it as a full trim kit where you can do all of the parts in metal trim. Otherwise I think it could possibly look like a hack job someone did with a can of Krylon that doesn't fit the rest of the scheme of the car. I haven't really done any aesthetic mods to the inside of my car yet, but if these were available in a full kit in actual metal, I might have an interest. My .02

Rick

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Manch-VegasSVT
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Re: Interest Metal Interior Handles & trim panels new
#1282871 (Re: Buckshot77) 07/21/06 01:42 AM

Originally posted by Buckshot77:
Knu,

I think the only way that would look good is if you can offer it as a full trim kit where you can do all of the parts in metal trim. Otherwise I think it could possibly look like a hack job someone did with a can of Krylon that doesn't fit the rest of the scheme of the car. I haven't really done any aesthetic mods to the inside of my car yet, but if these were available in a full kit in actual metal, I might have an interest. My .02

Rick




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Mystique97
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Re: Interest Metal Interior Handles & trim panels new
#1282974 (Re: Manch-VegasSVT) 07/21/06 03:55 AM

Would these be also available for the pre98s too? What would also be cool is metal pre98 cup holders...no more breakage.

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Nezerconezer
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Re: Interest Metal Interior Handles & trim panels new
#1283063 (Re: Mystique97) 07/21/06 10:29 AM

interested even if it needs to be done one pice at a time.

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