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Looking for some piano black interior trim, or at a pinch, maybe the carbon type trim.

Door holders, dash, gear surround etc. Dual cup holders also in the center console
 

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Take it from that's it's as rare as hens when it comes to it being up for sale?

Had it in a previous E46.. Love it:

 

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I have the carbon style if u want , the driver side is a little scuffed , rest are ok , let me know if your interessed ;)
May get onto u about this.. Full set of trim?

Also, is there any way of putting a "shine" on it? coat of laquor or something?I'm sureI read something on here about some sort of carbon/trim or other being "dipped?" - thus giving it a nice high gloss finish
 

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i don't know about the shinny parts , i have the full set , gear shifter piece is black , if ur interesed i'l take photos k?
Would u post a photo of them? I'm not gonna say I'll take 'em I'm gonna hold out for a little while to see if any piano black comes up..

PM me also what your looking to get for it.
 

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Sure it wouldn't cost much for a bodyshop to do a set of trims gloss black, they more than likely have the paint left over from another job which would cut down costs.
Was actually thinking of going this route, doing it myself though but I don't know if I'd get it dead set right..I'm relatively handy at painting small things.. did my mirrors on a previous car and seemed to come out fairly flawless.. I just get a bit agitated when it comes to laquoring
 

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Looked on aqua print site and found they do this:

Looks a bit to "in your face" though and not very OE looking?



 
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