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Thread: Wood Trim Reccomendations

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    Wood Trim Reccomendations

    What, if anything, have you guys done with the wood trim in the '03 Escalade? I've seen a lot of the kits which are basically overglorified stickers that go on top of the existing panels, as well as the core replacements offered by www.escaladewood.com.

    The core replacements are way out of my price range (roughly a $2500 cost for the main surround, front door switch plates, and a few other pieces.)

    The press-on ones are a lot cheaper, but it seems to me that it shows.

    I am really interested in hooking up this interior styling modification since I feel that Cadillac kind of took the easy road with the zebrano trim. Instead of having a two-tone interior (grey leather & zebrano wood) they opted for a less than appealing three-tone interior (grey leather, zebrano wood, and black ABS plastic.)


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    Re: Wood Trim Reccomendations

    Quote Originally Posted by feanwt
    What, if anything, have you guys done with the wood trim in the '03 Escalade? I've seen a lot of the kits which are basically overglorified stickers that go on top of the existing panels, as well as the core replacements offered by www.escaladewood.com.

    The core replacements are way out of my price range (roughly a $2500 cost for the main surround, front door switch plates, and a few other pieces.)

    The press-on ones are a lot cheaper, but it seems to me that it shows.

    I am really interested in hooking up this interior styling modification since I feel that Cadillac kind of took the easy road with the zebrano trim. Instead of having a two-tone interior (grey leather & zebrano wood) they opted for a less than appealing three-tone interior (grey leather, zebrano wood, and black ABS plastic.)
    Personally, the interior does me justice although they could've spent a little more time making a more luxurious console. The exterior is what matters to me most though.


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