: After-market wood grain



megeebee
10-01-08, 04:58 PM
I may be buying a 2005 STS. It has only the minimal brushed steel trim. Does any one know where I can fing some factory-correct walnut trim?

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dhemrick
10-01-08, 09:55 PM
I have used www.wooddash.com (http://www.wooddash.com) for several Cadillacs I have owned and also my Chevy Silverado.

I have had very good luck with them.

Jesda
10-02-08, 09:08 AM
Contact Jason at burtmanindustries.com. Take a picture of the interior pointing at what pieces you need and then email him for a quote. I've purchased pieces for the Q45 and the Range Rover and they were both very high quality.

megeebee
10-02-08, 05:47 PM
Thanks.

I went to both sites. It looks like they do not offer "replacement" trim, as such. It's plainly written that none of the product is to be placed over existing, factory trim.

I just thought I'd try. But thank you both for your help.

jono6406
10-02-08, 09:42 PM
TRY: CCSS05C - W/O Navigation System, Over Silver OEM, Basic Kit, 14 Pcs at www.dashkitspecialties.com

hope this one works for you.

Jono

megeebee
10-03-08, 01:34 PM
Thanks, but that didn't work either. I want to replace the factory installed aluminum panels. None of the sites I've been to offer this. They are all missing the horizontal piece on the passenger side of the instrument panel.

It doesn't matter now, anyway. I'm not going to be buying it afterall.

Thanks to all of you for your help, though.

Cliff8928
10-06-08, 12:24 AM
If the pieces are smooth, they can be immersion coated. VCFinishes (http://www.vcfinishes.com/) does good work (first-hand experience!)