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Old 06-22-2012, 02:45 PM
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i did mine in 3M di-noc. its fairly easy just take off your door panels (the inner part that you want to cover will not come off the panel itself its just easier to work on it off of the car) the make a paper template (take your time you can use the reverse for the other side. cut out and glue down, not that hard, just make sure you have enough material to go down in the grooves
i spent about 8hrs on my door panels alone.
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What fabric would look better in a Vista Blue Mustang...red or black?
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Old 02-08-2013, 10:00 AM
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What fabric would look better in a Vista Blue Mustang...red or black?
Black....red is too much of a contrast unless that is what you want.

Mine has black interior with Vista Blue accents.
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Thats what I was leaning to. Has anyone done red interior accents with a vista blue mustang?
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For those of you looking to add accents to your door panels or trim with welt, I just ordered some for my wife's Escape (similar issue with the door inserts). Anyways, I ordered the stuff on a Saturday and got it on Monday (today)!

M r Mike s. Com

limited colors and only welt but very fast and communicative. E-mailed me within a couple hours to let me know he could cut the welt in the lengths I wanted. Minimum 15 foot order but very fast and reasonable!
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Old 04-08-2013, 10:56 PM
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Originally Posted by Stang-aholic View Post
i did mine in 3M di-noc. its fairly easy just take off your door panels (the inner part that you want to cover will not come off the panel itself its just easier to work on it off of the car) the make a paper template (take your time you can use the reverse for the other side. cut out and glue down, not that hard, just make sure you have enough material to go down in the grooves
i spent about 8hrs on my door panels alone.
I'd love to see some pics. I just sent you a PM

About to just reglue my panels in my 'Vert. But I can't resist the idea of such a simple mod.
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Old 04-09-2013, 08:58 AM
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sorry I dont have pics upclose of the door panels, but its the same material on the dash and center console area
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Any issues with the DI-Noc adhering to the carpet of the door panel or staying stuck in the heat?
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so far its been good, but I did have to peel back on one side using heat and add more adhesive to the back of it because it had a small bubble on the top left on the drivers side, but its been perfect since!
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