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New guy....not sure if a dash kit has been shown before. Here's a pic of the interior with the dash kit....very easy to install and a great mod.

 

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That does look nice! If I had a black car I'd go all CF!
 

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I know this threads a few months old but STL, where'd you get this dash kit.. I have only found two manufacturers that make the silver carbon fiber dash kit.. Wanna know how's it held up over the times and did you go with sherwood or woodview..
 

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I know this threads a few months old but STL, where'd you get this dash kit.. I have only found two manufacturers that make the silver carbon fiber dash kit.. Wanna know how's it held up over the times and did you go with sherwood or woodview..
The kit was purchased thru LGT Automotive who is a distributor of Sherwood Dash Inc. Sherwood does not sell direct. This silver kit is the second kit I have installed.

Both have been top quality and have held up very well.

Cosmin is the sales rep at LGT and he is very helpful - give him a call. Here the website:

http://www.lgtautomotive.com/

The best to you in your shopping - any further questions, please feel free to ask.
 

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I LIKE IT.....:rocker:
 

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Sherwood Dash is one that I was looking at.. The other being Woodview..

Woodview has a few more pieces but that also means more that I don't really want/need.. I think the sherwood kit has everything that I want so that I'm not overdoing it..

You have any more pictures of it?
 

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Here you go - a couple of more pics for you:

Passenger Dash Vent:


Center Console:


Driver's Door:


Rear Seat Arm Rest:
 

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Man that is sexy..

And I found a company that makes silver carbon fiber exterior vinyls in the super bee and daytona styles that our supporting vendors have.. If interested, PM me..
 

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Man that is sexy..

And I found a company that makes silver carbon fiber exterior vinyls in the super bee and daytona styles that our supporting vendors have.. If interested, PM me..
Thanks for the info / tip - have no plans to do anything on the outside at the moment. If you install them yourself....post pics.
 

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how hard was this to do? and how does it go on? does it go over the old stuff or do you take the old stuff off? thanks
 

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It is very easy to apply....the actual dash is not taken apart or removed; it is a 3M sticky back which is warmed to around 80 degrees and applied. Clean the surface, warm piece, and apply. The whole kit took about an hour or so.
 

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how much does that cost?
 

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how much does that cost?
There are quite a few price variables - the year of the car and also which type of kit you get....CF, wood, polished silver, etc. I am guessing the prices would be between $150 to $225.

For my 07 in real silver CF, no nav system - cost plus shipping was $210.

Hope this helps.
 

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There are quite a few price variables - the year of the car and also which type of kit you get....CF, wood, polished silver, etc. I am guessing the prices would be between $150 to $225.

For my 07 in real silver CF, no nav system - cost plus shipping was $210.

Hope this helps.
thank you, how hard was the install?
 

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Well what color dash kit what look good with my clammish and black interior, and white/black two tone?
and I HATE wood grain
 

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thank you, how hard was the install?
The actual process of installation.....is as easy as putting on a bumper sticker. The only hard part about the process....once you stick the kit piece to the dash....it will not come off.

Basically....if you apply it tilted or otherwise....it will stay that way. The kit on the Charger was my second kit installed. Each time you apply one...it gets easier.

I test fit all pieces several times before actually applying it. The key...take your time and do not be in a hurry.
 

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Well what color dash kit what look good with my clammish and black interior, and white/black two tone?
and I HATE wood grain
My .02 - I think the silver CF looks the best in the Chargers period....a dark two tone dash so I would think you'd want something light in color.

A club member who has a GC SRT8 has a much lighter silver dash and he plans to go with the Black CF. I had this exact one in my 04 Mustang GT...it had a tan dash.

Hope this helps and good luck
 
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