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Old 01-25-2010, 08:40 AM   #16
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Both. I have a shop @ home, so I guess yes? LOL you can do the work @ home, just need a few tools; time and patience are the greatest virtues when doing this upgrade. Each piece takes 45min - 1 hr, so you're looking @ 6 + hrs to finish job. We can hook-up and you can see the finished job first-hand if your interested. Finished the project by upgrading my shift knob to Black Leather. Car looks awesome. The woodgrain got boring and didn't suit new look of car......
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