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i wrapped my door cards on the jetta but i did it in black fleece. so i guess ill go with it....turned out nice.
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i would like to do the inserts in the door. they are starting to peel off. i would eventually like to get the whole interior changed over to black to match the exterior and throw some red accents in. wether or not anyone else would like it doesnt bother me i think it would look nice so i thought about wrapping the door inserts in some sort of red.
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do it... i have no complaints with this interior... being the first time i have ever done it. Looks pro has never fell and i have never had to redo the headliner.
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I just noticed some of my pillars are starting to pull off, just from time. I want to go ahead and re-do all of the pillars, but not the headliner. I know i dont want to use fleece, i just dont like the way it looks. I want to go plaid, so what other type of fabric should i go with that will work well?
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I just noticed some of my pillars are starting to pull off, just from time. I want to go ahead and re-do all of the pillars, but not the headliner. I know i dont want to use fleece, i just dont like the way it looks. I want to go plaid, so what other type of fabric should i go with that will work well?
check out craft stores like joanns fabrics, michaels, even walmart.
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They sell matching headliner material at auto parts stores in case you just want to rewrap them.
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They sell matching headliner material at auto parts stores in case you just want to rewrap them.
I figure if im going to re wrap them, im going to go all the way and make it different as well
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i found a website that as all the types of camo. in 60" wide.. so it will cover real easy..
Since this thread is active again...

Fukn... What website was it that you found all the camo fabric?
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When I do this I was actually planning to fill the pillars and roof with "great stuff" expanding foam insulator. Gets rid of a lot of road noise and keeps the car much warmer in the winter and colder in the summer. For quite cheap and at low weight too.

Camo and plad are the easy ones to find. It's unique ones that are hard to come by.
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I have really been thinking of going with a pattern. I really like what Muhammad Hamidi has done (hMd on that other site):

Borrowed these pics from his photo stream and other sites so all rights are theirs....:







I have thought of keeping my light grey bits and finding a subtle gray pattern like he has done with the black patterns.

It is subtle, but interesting at the same time.
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That's a cool idea, but that pattern inparticular looks like a woman's hand bag.

Had another idea... Cutting out a pattern(probably just the W from the VW logo, without the circle surrounding it) in Styrofoam and putting it between the roof and headliner and molding the headliner to the shape.
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I have seen that done. looked fairly cheap.

I like the pattern hMd did, looks classy IMO. (sorta looks a little like a handbag too i will admit it...still like it though)
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It is pretty classy. This guy got an R? Damn I want those seats and steering wheel.
The seats are stupid expensive though. Might as well just go recaro.

I gotta find a pattern still. Saw one where a guy put black leather on the ceiling. Wanna say i saw it in a video. That was classy as it gets.
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Here we go, this in black.

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