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2018/01/18 22:42:53 (permalink)
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Black interior trim.

Hi guys, I'm doing the black metal interior trim that runs over the A pillar / B pillar / top rear curved glass / inside top of door around window frame etc for a Capri black GT interior. Is the black colour, Gloss / Satin / Matt? Wanted to be sure before I paint it. 
 Thanking You PSR
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    in rod we trust
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    Re: Black interior trim. 2018/01/18 23:35:45 (permalink)
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    not sure what original is but i did mine in gloss and used polished staino screws
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    Re: Black interior trim. 2018/01/19 00:07:32 (permalink)
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    Gloss is best for looks and cleaning, but if you want less gloss, go satin. Matt is harder to keep clean and within a year or 2, you'd swear it was "flat" and untidy looking............much like my Capri!

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    Re: Black interior trim. 2018/01/19 07:16:41 (permalink)
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    My rear ones are satin so guessing that's standard, but gloss would look good!
    On a side note I'm missing both side interior metal trims for A pillars, if anyone has some spare?
    Cheers
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    Re: Black interior trim. 2018/01/19 08:26:19 (permalink)
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    My rear ones are satin so guessing that's standard, but gloss would look good!
    On a side note I'm missing both side interior metal trims for A pillars, if anyone has some spare?
    Cheers


    I have several sets. I'm back in Australia on the 1st of February if you want to sent me a PM

    Great! Will send a pm
    Cheers
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    Re: Black interior trim. 2018/01/19 22:21:53 (permalink)
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    Satin.  However my 3000E is wrinkle finish from the factory.  The MK2 Ghia were vinyl (fabric not plastic skin) wrapped and fit on MK1-same with the carpet scuff plates

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    Re: Black interior trim. 2018/01/21 16:18:36 (permalink)
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    Thanks guys for info, I think I will keep them gloss at moment and if when installed I prefer Satin (I think r the original colour) I will change them. Not hard to respray. cheers.
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    Re: Black interior trim. 2018/01/22 01:24:36 (permalink)
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    P S Robbo
    Thanks guys for info, I think I will keep them gloss at moment and if when installed I prefer Satin (I think r the original colour) I will change them. Not hard to respray. cheers.




    i like mine in gloss i even cleared them as well with stainless screws looks good
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