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Took longer than it should have, but I finally finished my shift sub lime shift knob!! DIY project that cost me $15 + paint

Reminds me of a Whizzer

 

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I like it - looks clean and flows well with the other trim. Good job!!
 

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Thanks.. Actually, it was not that bad. If I was more patient with paint drying, whole job would have been about 1 hr work. I found the knob at Pep-Boys, and painted with touch up paint. Wet sanded with 2000 grit, and polished. Match is perfect for the Daytona interior
 

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Reminds me of a whizzer too!

Very nice look.
 

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Looks good.
 

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nice touch
 

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Looks good. All you did was paint it? I kind of like it plain too. What brand was it ?
 

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Yep - Just paint, clearcoat and wet sand (2000 grit), then polish. I don't know the exact brand, it was an OEM they had at pepboys. I searched ebay and saw several cool types, but didn't feel like waiting for it to ship.

I got the paint at http://www.expresspaint.com/
 
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