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Pillar Wrap

New member here. Pics of my pillar wrap job were requested so I figured I'd post them here in the interior thread rather then on my intro thread. Did it all myself, and I got the fabric from Hobby Lobby. Thinking about re-doing it though but going to leave it as is until I decide what else to do
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Also here's my little dash sticker I made with a plotter I bought about a year ago. Didn't feel like spending the money on a "real" one from Illest, so I just made my own
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looks like a job well done!
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looks like a job well done!
Thank you! The glue didn't hold up well to the Texas heat so I need to re-do it :/
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I did mine in red plaid, but i did the HVAC console cover, all the silver vent surrounds, center defrost dash panel, all door panels, and all hatch trim. Black suede headliner and those upper strips of the door panels, all beige headliner hardware painted semi gloss black to match, sun visors painted with Vinyl and Fabric paint. Didn't want to bring them to an upholstery shop, just wanted them to match. Car looks so much better with black headliner, god. I hate that color beige.
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Looks great and 07Versa6MT yours sounds fantastic as well.


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I would take pics of the finished interior but my iPod touch has been broken for a while. But i do have one when i was doing the pillar.
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I did mine in red plaid, but i did the HVAC console cover, all the silver vent surrounds, center defrost dash panel, all door panels, and all hatch trim. Black suede headliner and those upper strips of the door panels, all beige headliner hardware painted semi gloss black to match, sun visors painted with Vinyl and Fabric paint. Didn't want to bring them to an upholstery shop, just wanted them to match. Car looks so much better with black headliner, god. I hate that color beige.
I thought about wrapping the HVAC console cover and the center defrost dash panel but never got around to it. I wanted to change my headliner to black as well and paint all the beige trim pieces because I can't stand having it go from all black to beige. Your pillars look good though! I'm sure you'll agree that wrapping the A-pillars was a major pain lol

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Looks great and 07Versa6MT yours sounds fantastic as well.
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By far the hardest, but i started getting pretty good at it by the time i got to the B pillars. I wish i could do stitching, then i could do the arm rests in suede. One day i want to do the center seat patterns in plaid.
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By far the hardest, but i started getting pretty good at it by the time i got to the B pillars. I wish i could do stitching, then i could do the arm rests in suede. One day i want to do the center seat patterns in plaid.
Just saw this haha the b pillars were a little tricky for me for me in the upper corners and at the slot for the seat belt.

Doing the centers in plaid would be cool! kind of volkswagen esque
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