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Old 10 October 2006, 11:09 AM
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Originally Posted by Stalked!
Paulies car WHITE!

S!
The flock is Grey opposed to Black which Frayz is having fitted

For those who have not seen it......

CLICKY

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Old 10 October 2006, 11:12 AM
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AHHH!!! my mistake, either way both cars look/will look amazing!!

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Old 10 October 2006, 11:14 AM
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Originally Posted by StickyMicky
has anybody ever flocked there dash in situe?

i cant be botherd to take it out

it was not a problem to mask it up while in the car and dust some black paint over at the beguining of the year, i cant see a problem flocking it in the same way?

seams like everybody has bought a kit, but nobody has used it yet!
Sorry Mick don't want to stray from your original question to far...

It would take a very brave man to have a DIY go on this I feel, especially with the dash in situ. Maybe an idea would be to pick an old dash up from a scrapper and have a go at that to be on the safe side then if it works out then take the plunge and swap them over
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Old 10 October 2006, 12:06 PM
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Wheels are ready and waiting to go on mate.. He recently changed to the Revolution milleniums but i prefered the speedline turinis in gold.

So i have a set of 18x 8 Gold turinis next to me ready and waiting
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Old 10 October 2006, 12:08 PM
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Originally Posted by Silver Scooby Sport
Sorry Mick don't want to stray from your original question to far...

It would take a very brave man to have a DIY go on this I feel, especially with the dash in situ. Maybe an idea would be to pick an old dash up from a scrapper and have a go at that to be on the safe side then if it works out then take the plunge and swap them over
Not bad advise mate.. try Jap performance Parts

They supplied my slave dash Really really helpful and the guy will post a dash to you for only 15 next day delivery
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Si, i just also better mention that Paulies dash is trimmed in alcantara.. i got a quote for this exact same job and it was around 800 for a full dash.

I went with flocking instead as i wanted the WRC look (and a tiny bit cheaper)

The finished article is very very similar to Paulies though mate
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Old 10 October 2006, 01:41 PM
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Originally Posted by frayz
Si, i just also better mention that Paulies dash is trimmed in alcantara.. i got a quote for this exact same job and it was around 800 for a full dash.

I went with flocking instead as i wanted the WRC look (and a tiny bit cheaper)

The finished article is very very similar to Paulies though mate
Alcantara... you can just imagine your passengers hugging the dashboard on route imagine that ! 800 is a serious amout of cash to spend out but looking at Paulie's results well worth it if someone does have that sort of disposable income.

With this sort of job it is all in the finish... it's there in your face you can't hide any of it, really looking forward to seeing the flocking results
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Old 10 October 2006, 01:56 PM
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Originally Posted by Silver Scooby Sport
Alcantara... you can just imagine your passengers hugging the dashboard on route imagine that ! 800 is a serious amout of cash to spend out but looking at Paulie's results well worth it if someone does have that sort of disposable income.

With this sort of job it is all in the finish... it's there in your face you can't hide any of it, really looking forward to seeing the flocking results
Dont worry dude, you will be the first to know when the pics are up lol
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Old 17 October 2006, 10:38 PM
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Last of my custom pods will be finished tomorrow.. Then last bits will be sent to the flockers

Hopefully get the whole lot back about the first week in November. The trimmer called today who's trimming my steereing wheel.

Should have that back by the end of the week :d
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Originally Posted by Silver Scooby Sport
The flock is Grey opposed to Black which Frayz is having fitted

For those who have not seen it......

CLICKY


That looks amazing, what choice of colours are available for this?
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Old 18 October 2006, 09:12 AM
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Originally Posted by cookstar
That looks amazing, what choice of colours are available for this?
Thats an alcantara trimmed dash mate and is available in any colour you like.

You'll have to find a very good trimmer to do it and will cost you in excess of 800
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