Adding a few pictures of the wrap job on the interior. Looks very factory. Not sure yet if I want to do other parts of the dash..
The wrap job wasn't a giant effort. Anyone with a bit of time, patience, an exacto knife and a hair dryer can do it.VERY NICE! Got 2 questions for you. How did you do it? What was involved?
Side note: Can you upload the ST wallpaper you are using?
Hey, thanks! Sorry for the slow reply.Awesome wrap job. I want to do the silver around the side vents. Were did you get the film from?
Tim, thanks for posting this. I am hoping to follow your lead - I miss the faux CF trim I had in my Prelude. That was a factory option, although I installed all the panels myself. I just hope it comes out as nice and clean as yours did. Any special tricks?Hey, thanks! Sorry for the slow reply.
The film came from MetroRestyling.com, by way of Amazon.
Amazon.com: Black 3M DI-NOC Carbon Fiber DINOC Flex Wrap CA-421 24"x12": Automotive
Auto Vinyl Solutions also has a great selection. That's where I intend to get mine from. They also have carbon fiber vinyl in colors as well. I think I'll just stick with the 3M Di-Noc for now.Awesome wrap job. I want to do the silver around the side vents. Were did you get the film from?