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This is a Sherwood Innovations dash kit. Just peel and stick. I'm less than satisfied with the fit but the finish is beautiful.
 

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How the heck do you folks keep your trucks so clean? Looks nice.


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Hey David - This looks real nice. I've been wondering what your latest truck tinkering involved - now I know.
 

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Are the pieces all cut from a 2D flat sheet or they on a 3D form?
Thank you for your question, teecro. This is a flat but flexible kit. I insist on REAL wood, not printed and I've been unable to find a 3D kit that uses real wood. Real wood has a luster that printed grain just can't match so, for me, it's worth not covering everything to get that quality.
 

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How the heck do you folks keep your trucks so clean? Looks nice.


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Thank you for the compliment, jwp1964. In all honesty, the truck is not ALWAYS this clean. My annual insurance premium is due and I always have them take pictures when I go in to pay the premium. ( it avoids any argument about the condition of the truck if there is a problem ) I spent this weekend washing and waxing the truck and installing this dash kit.

Normally not a fan of add on wood grain, but, that looks sharp. Works well with the tan interior.
Thank you shizzy. With the last three vehicles I bought, I specifically chose a tan interior and installed a wood dash kit. I really like the look of it.
 

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Hey David - This looks real nice. I've been wondering what your latest truck tinkering involved - now I know.
Thank you Bill_c. I was in poor health the latter half of 2016 and got almost nothing done. I'm doing much better now and am back at it.
 

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Thank you for your question, teecro. This is a flat but flexible kit. I insist on REAL wood, not printed and I've been unable to find a 3D kit that uses real wood. Real wood has a luster that printed grain just can't match so, for me, it's worth not covering everything to get that quality.
Thank you for the detailed answer, I only got my SV a few months ago so I've only glanced at a few products to jazz up the interior and I most certainly don't want to further cheapen it by installing any inferior quality material.
 

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The fit and overall look of these IMO is generally cheap. I used to install these in fords from time to time and was never impressed. Lets not even talk about the cost, which was insane if I recall
 

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What is the cost for one of these? Not my cup of tea but im curious.
 

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I bought this kit 2 years ago from CarId when I bought the truck, kgordon . I don't recall the exact price but it was about $300. I just installed it last weekend. There are many different finishes available including carbon fiber, metallics and solid colors. Please click the link on the next post.
 
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