has anyone with a sunburst orange balt painted their interior trim. pics???and what did you use to paint it rattlecan or mixed paint??? any help would be grat... trying to do my interior on a really tight budget
sweet i'm gonna have to check that out. we have like 10 o'reily's around town. thanks for the idea... i'm like you i can't really see myself spraying a generic color trying to match this one.... it's too different.If you have an O' Reilly's autoparts store in your area try them out. There is a new system out that uses regular body shop style paint and a compressed air sprayer and bottle to spray factory color paint. They can mix as little as 1/2 pint of paint and up to at least one gallon. all you need is the paint code or any paint info you have such as year make and the color the manufacturer called the color of your car. I plan on going that route when I really start doing the rest of my trim, as opposed to generic rattle can stuff
does the center column just yank right off?The cup holder "trim" is easy. The entire cup holder is removable and the black plastic part comes out so that you can fit larger cups in it. Remove the black plastic holder and paint the entire cup holder and put the plastic piece back in.
For the shifter trim you need to take the entire top piece of the center column off and then mask off the area around the shifter and then paint.