Since my car is QSM I'm partial to the silver interior trim.
If we all had black trim we'd be wanting silver.
+1. i prefer the silver and would not like the gauge pod on top of stack, but those digital hvac controls, that is awesome. wonder why they did not bring that over. was it strictly the cost? would it have been that expensive to do so?
im in the middle of doing this kinda paint job right now... from a spray can!
this is my progress so far.
used all rustoleum stuff. 3 coats gloss black / 3 coats automotive clear coat then wet sanded with 2000 grit then rubbed it down with meguiars "ultimate compound"
it has been a pain in the ass to get it this far. i aloud 2 days for drying in between each step and have done it multiple times because of screw up's. It's paying off though cuz i like where it is going.
2004 PBM LS1 M6
Kooks Headers & Street Screamers - Monster stage 1 with tick performance master
Hinson engine mounts - speed bleeder - ASP UD pulley - 3.91 w/eaton tru trac and Harrop cover - BP shifter
RAMJET otrcai - LSXr/102 Big Mouth - Billet Rails - custom coolant crossover
BC coilovers, 19" TSW Cadwells 45mm on f-245/35 r-285/35 - James Biz catch can
JB blacked out arrows and side badges - Mav man spolier and diffuser - Custom suede interior and trim
"A true hotrodder wouldn't be content untill he had created a car so violent, so hairy, so totally sick that the very act of dropping the hammer would result in instant death. Anything less results in the need to go faster." - Tony DeFeo
I agree if I had to shift with my left it would be pretty ugly. I guess if you grow up with it you become accustom to it.
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you'd pick it up as fast as you do catching a baseball in a glove on your left hand.
Humans are pretty ambidextrous. It's usually only an issue with something that requires practice, like hand writing. I'm sure if you took a right handed person and taught them to write with their left hand from birth, it would look like any left handed person's writing
edit: didnt realize this was an old thread, sorry
Cars are nothing more than complicated chemistry problems that burn gasoline and turn it into a complicated physics problem.
Last edited by HunterKiller89; 11-15-2012 at 11:00 AM.
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