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    I remember when i had my 2008 R56 some of the interior came from the factory colour coded......such as the door cards, and a bit near the glove box......is that still possible, and if so where would I even start to look for the parts for my incoming volcanic orange?


    Had an attachment to the 2008 one so, with the interior of the new one being all black, just looking to spice it up a bit with the same colour as the car



    thanks
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    There are some options out there to replace the 2 dash parts and the door ellipsis I’m sure SMPS2012 stock different colours also Chromiumtech stock them as well
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    thanks, are those websites?
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    I remember the R56 options well - it was one of my favourite things on my original Cooper.

    We had the red interior options on Laura's previous Cooper S. I also had the Satellite Grey offering in my previous JCW. Not sure if they ever made a Volcanic Orange interior though.

    One option could be to remove some of the gloss black trim and wrap it in a colour of your preference?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alasdair JCW View Post
    I remember the R56 options well - it was one of my favourite things on my original Cooper.

    We had the red interior options on Laura's previous Cooper S. I also had the Satellite Grey offering in my previous JCW. Not sure if they ever made a Volcanic Orange interior though.

    One option could be to remove some of the gloss black trim and wrap it in a colour of your preference?

    I remember doing that with the interior door handles of my 3 series BMW.....but it looked gash in the end.....mind you that was spraying them, which shouldnt really have done in the first place anyway
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    Quote Originally Posted by Borvad View Post
    I remember doing that with the interior door handles of my 3 series BMW.....but it looked gash in the end.....mind you that was spraying them, which shouldnt really have done in the first place anyway
    Vinyl wrap usually turns out much better on interior panels and most parts can be relatively straightforward to wrap. If you're not afraid to give it a go then you could end up with some great (and unique) results. The key is to take the parts off and then take your time getting them right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alasdair JCW View Post
    Vinyl wrap usually turns out much better on interior panels and most parts can be relatively straightforward to wrap. If you're not afraid to give it a go then you could end up with some great (and unique) results. The key is to take the parts off and then take your time getting them right.

    Thats awfully kind of you to offer to do it!!!
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