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Old 01-19-2012, 11:05 PM   #1
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Ok as a lot of you know I just put in my new black leather seats and I have the two tone black and tan interior I found a similar pic to what I have played around with photoshop to how I want to paint my door trim and added a tribar pony emblem and came up with this what do ya think?

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Old 01-19-2012, 11:20 PM   #2
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I think the pony would be a little too much.
The rest looks nice though.
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There's someone on here who had an actual emblem pinned there - can't recall who. I liked it, though if the tribar emblem in yours was smaller I'd like it as well.
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Old 01-20-2012, 12:49 AM   #4
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There's someone on here who had an actual emblem pinned there - can't recall who. I liked it, though if the tribar emblem in yours was smaller I'd like it as well.
yeah its photoshopped the im pretty sure the real deal will be smaller. I remember seeing it a while back too. thought it was real sharp. I have the tribar mats the tribars in my headrest thought it would go well with my theme.
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Ahh! I stand corrected then, Thanks for clearing that up.
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IMO, it muddles the clean look of your interior.
If you want a pony on your door panel though you could do a 2010 style pony.
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Ok, here is what you do. Get a can of plasti dip, use it on the piece you blacked out in that pic, use it on the rings around the speakers, and use it on that loose little piece of plastic in the whole behind the window buttons.

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Ok, here is what you do. Get a can of plasti dip, use it on the piece you blacked out in that pic, use it on the rings around the speakers, and use it on that loose little piece of plastic in the whole behind the window buttons.

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My door handle is black but i do like the silver one and I dont have the large sub in my door but thanks for taking the time to help out
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Two tone interior looks good!
This is off topic, but do you have any issues with your chrome e-brake cover pitting? I had the 1st one replaced due to pitting really bad. The replacement is also pitting, just not as bad.
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Two tone interior looks good!
This is off topic, but do you have any issues with your chrome e-brake cover pitting? I had the 1st one replaced due to pitting really bad. The replacement is also pitting, just not as bad.
Lol I don't have one yet I found a pic that was the closest to what I have going on they had the black leather and had painted the incerts already so I used that pic as a reference. Sorry to hear about your handle pitting at least it works mine will only pull up 2 clicks I dunno if it really even working
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