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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-08-2013, 10:54 PM Thread Starter
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2013 ob wood trim trade

I just bought a new 2013 3.6 R limited, but like the wood trim in the 2012 better. If anyone would like to trade their wood trim for my matte finish would trim let me know thanks
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I just bought a new 2013 3.6 R limited, but like the wood trim in the 2012 better. If anyone would like to trade their wood trim for my matte finish would trim let me know thanks
I'm up for it!
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I see you are from Colorado are you close to Denver,I hope you know that you would have to remove your door panels in order to remove the side pieces
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I see you are from Colorado are you close to Denver,I hope you know that you would have to remove your door panels in order to remove the side pieces
I'm in Estes, I'm not scared. by background is automotive so its no big deal.
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Is your trim in "like new" condition? How do you suggest we proceed? I will take a look at the door panels Sunday to see what it will take to remove them
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Is your trim in "like new" condition? How do you suggest we proceed? I will take a look at the door panels Sunday to see what it will take to remove them
it's like new. my car is barely yr old and I think we should meet and perform swap at the same time. that would be most efficient way to not do install twice. I have all tools I need here in estes if you want to make a day trip out of it
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Well, I've been to Estes Park once and it was very nice but I live in Kansas City so it would be more than a day trip. lol Would you consider sending it via Fed Ex Ground. I know that means we both would have to trust the other. I am still interested.
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Well, I've been to Estes Park once and it was very nice but I live in Kansas City so it would be more than a day trip. lol Would you consider sending it via Fed Ex Ground. I know that means we both would have to trust the other. I am still interested.
For some reason I thought you were from colorado lol okay that's fine I could do fed ex ground I'm acutally leaving wed out of town and coming back on the weekend, that would probably be best time for me to get on it, would that work with you?
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Yes that's fine, i plan to work on mine Mon. to get at least some of it done
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great! I"ll PM you my contact info, if I get time before I leave to remove it from the car I will. otherwise I'll do it first thing when I get back from this dreaded 1200 mile roadtrip. lol
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