Fully Satisfied

by | Saint Edward, NE |
Fast shipment. Came with all the pieces shown in the diagram. Good finish, i went with the ebony blackwood for a subtle custom look. Nice color. A little more gray in person than in the photos.
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Worthless

by | Pasadena, CA |
The dash kit came as advertised. With my best efforts and video, booklet instructions it was impossible to install even with a heat gun.I would not recommend this headache to anyone.A complete waste of money!
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Custom Verano Dash Kit

by | Philadelphia, PA |
I really wanted to change up the look of my 2015 Verano, but there is not a lot on the market that replaces the factory trim that I could find. I decided to go with this and a wrap in carbon fiber. Now it looks custom. Small thin areas are tricky to install but, it's worth the hassle.
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A+

by | Memphis, TN |
Had them custom design a kit for the 2016 Regal and used the wrap to cover up the factory trim. Nothing too crazy, went with a satin aluminum which kinda looks like the back of an Ipod. It's a subtle look. Happy with it.
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Great product a++

by | Aurora, IL |
Its a sheet of film so its pretty much like the photos. I purchase a 60" kit to redo the inside of my Lacrosse in a carbon fiber look. The regular back one is good, it has a matte finish and your fingerprints and stuff don't mare it up. Just make sure to not turn up you hair dryer all the way or you can melt it, a low setting works great to soften it so that you can form it into place.
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Great seller!

by | San Antonio, TX |
Wish shipping was faster thou. Wanted it for the weekend so I could install it before school started. Oh well. Nice vinyl.
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Brown leather not quite opaque

by | New York |
While the product color and detail are right on, it can be seen through on a black dash. These pictures were taken inside a garage and one picture outside on a cloudy 55 degree day. This was my first attempt and I deliberately chose a tight area to do. A lot of patience, well lit area, tack free rag, a new thin razor knife and a 1200 degree heat gun (or hair dryer) will definitely help in the application. I realized all my flaws once I pulled it outside. I will switch to wood grain and try again. 2x the charm as they say.
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