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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 04-12-2012, 01:35 AM Thread Starter
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My Interior Project

Pull out all the seats....


Gut the interior...


Install some Dynamat...


Warm up the New Black impalasscarpet.com carpet...


Install new seat covers from Bill @ Leatherseats.com...


Get ready to install the black annodized billet aluminum door bezels for All Dimensions Mfg...


Before and after shots.


No more scratchy wavey look...


And seats and carpet installed...

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Very nice. Much improved.

Out of curiosity, does anyone make aftermarket wood door pieces? Mine are a bit warped as well, and I'm just wondering if replacements exist.

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Buddy, I honestly dont know of any aftermarket wooden bezels....

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Nice. I ordered my seats from leatherseats.com and my "SS" looks bigger than yours. that's weird. Yours looks more stock
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That's sweet. A good upgrade.
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Very nice. Much improved.

Out of curiosity, does anyone make aftermarket wood door pieces? Mine are a bit warped as well, and I'm just wondering if replacements exist.
Someone recently had success with dunking them in boiling hot water (not while on the stove). Stated that they straightened right out.

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I just looked up those door bezels... holy **** 1140 bucks for door bezels!

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Yes they are pricey...but I ain't found a whole lot of nice stuff that aint. I did just buy a Ron Davis Alluminum Radiator that was less than these Bezels I'll be getting.

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Looks pretty good. The bezels are pretty expensive, but they do look new. They better for that kind of $.


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Out of curiosity, does anyone make aftermarket wood door pieces? Mine are a bit warped as well, and I'm just wondering if replacements exist.
I know nothing about how the milling process works on the aluminum door bezels. Would it be feasible to mill these out of wood too?

I have no idea what milled wood bezels would cost, or if they would be strong enough, but damn they would look good.

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