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and this is what I came up with. I donīt know your correct term, in Germany itīs called "water transfer printing". Thereīs a guy (Mr. Magicpaint) whoīs excellent with this kinda stuff.
OK, here we go; I wanted a not-too-flashy look inside, an extension of my black/sienna interior under the hood and a carbon-look rear spoiler & diffusor, and this is what I got:
All interior parts disassembled:
After treatment (yes, even the paddles have been foiled):
Under the hood:
Interior reassembled (climate control overlay still missing):
CCO in (bad pic quality):
Overall (IMHO a perfect interior/engine match):
I know, to each his own - but I like it and Iīm really happy with the result!
TKO did mine. Has been 5 yrs and still looks like new. Much easier to clean than the stock finish.
2007 White/Cashmere coupe, 3lt,A6
1985 Red C4 Coupe 4+3
Gone but not forgotten:
1969 coupe custom gold and brown metalic
2000 c5 coupe VR/red
2005 c6 coupe 3lt VR/Cashmere
2006 Monty Red/ Cashmere/Beige Vert 2lt
Current Vette: 2010 Torch Red Grand Sport, 1LT, 6 speed manual, dual mode exhaust, HUD, Ebony interior.
'09 Arctic White Coupe, 2LT, Z51, 6 speed manual, dual mode exhaust, two tone red/black interior.
'02 Torch Red Z06 with two tone red black interior.
'96 Arctic White Coupe, automatic transmission, torch red interior.
Actually both, yes; first you paint, then you add the foil in a waterbath,remove the carrier foil, then you determine the shining by the number of clear coats applied (mine got 4).
Glad you guys like it!