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Old October 12th, 2010, 09:42 PM   #1
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FS: Carbon Fiber center pocket, coint/ash tray and shifter asembly

selling my CF wrapped stuff, id say they are 7/10 in my view as far as layering went, some imperfection but overall looks good, biggest imperfection is on coing/cigaret lighter piece, too much resin on it so it looks little cloudy in some parts
i wetsanded it again and sealed it with black fire wet diamond sealant that i use for paint and headlights since it has UV protection
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asking price is $200 OBO (storage compartment not included because it doesnt closes good for some reason, so you would have to take yours off and put this one on)

shipping will be based on your location

my alternate contact email is sy272004 at yahoo dot com

shifter assembly has broken tab in lower left corner but it still sits good and doesnt pop up from where it is







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Old October 12th, 2010, 09:56 PM   #2
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i wana buy.
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Old October 12th, 2010, 09:59 PM   #3
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looks awesome. price is way too steep for me though. glws.
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Old October 12th, 2010, 10:50 PM   #4
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200? I mean the peices are about 20$ used, thats about 20$ worth of material and just throw in 20$ for laying it. I mean 60$ even seems excessive. It looks AWESOME, but the price is just absurd.
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Did you do that yourself?
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Old October 13th, 2010, 01:37 AM   #6
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I would say $50+ shipping is a good price to ask for. $200 is over asking it.
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well i sold cf wrapped door sills for $100 , this is a lot more work.
you not even gona find those pieces for $50 plus shipping
$20 for layering it? obviously you never done it before and dont know how much work goes into this stuff, i spend at least 6 hours on this stuff, layer it, then layer resin on again, then wetsaind it so surface is smooth, polish it.

i dont expect you to buy it. but prices you say you would pay is just like kicking somebody in nuts. and yes i did it myself
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These look amazing you did a great job.

But I also have to agree with everyone else isn't $200 a bit too much
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how much is OEM fake cf trim pieces?
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Old October 13th, 2010, 01:51 PM   #10
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its not 100% excellent workmanship , so you gotta get hit somewhere , aren't i right guys?
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sale pending
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Good man. I was stating 60$ as a used price. Most used items retain 50% of their value so new this probably could bring in excess of $100, but not used unless you find a moron. I do this work regularly and I can tell your quite talented. Also 6 hours is a bit excessive unless you are including breaks, drying time(s), etc.

Nonetheless its a touch to any accord, BUT I just had to comment on price. 200 was crazy, period.


I hope you sell these for whatever you want. GL man.
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takes a lot of time to do prep, wetsanding and polishing on small parts is not easy, all cutting and trimming, and they have 2 coats of resin on them, vacume bagging and all other crap, thats why im selling this, seeing how much time it takes to do all this crap i just went ahead and got oem trim and wrapped it in CF fabric, turned out great and i like it



you do CF wraps?
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bump. anybody wants them?
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Old February 14th, 2011, 09:25 AM   #15
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$200 is defiantly a fair price, glws
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bump, i have cupholder piece as well but its not wrapped. can include it if somebody buys the rest
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