From my one experience, I would avoid a 'metal finish' interior trim kits that are actual metal. I tried a brushed alum kit that just didn't look good. The edging wasn't finished enough for me, some cuts were crooked, and the parts looked 'stick on'. I was very thankful that the vendor took the kit back for a full refund minus the parts of the kit I had already installed (which were subsequently destroyed on removal). The nav surround piece didn't even cover the entire factory piece. If I decide to venture down this road again, I'll likely either paint or wrap the parts in vinyl unless I saw an actual installed kit that didn't look like an afterthought. I would think that the vinyl based kits have a more finished beveled edge that would look better.
2010 R/T Auto
The Challenger doesn't say something about
...it says something TO
Last edited by BrUiRcNeR; 12-18-2012 at 10:20 PM.
Reason: corrected sp