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      05-15-2013, 07:27 PM   #1
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FS: E90 Carbon Fiber Fabric Weave Trim ~Price Drop~

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I have a full set of interior trim for an E90 non-iDrive (not compatible with iDrive!). This came out of a pre-LCI, but I think it will fit an LCI also (you will need to confirm this). I am finishing wrapping this wood trim in carbon fiber fabric weave (not vinyl) tonight, so it is brand new stuff. The color is matte black, and is a really close match to M3 carbon fiber leather. I recently did this to my own interior and it was one of the best mods I ever did!

ALSO, all vents, ashtray with 12v source, and start button ARE INCLUDED. All you need to do is pop your old trim off and install the new without swapping vents, buttons, etc. The only thing you will need to transfer over is your shifter plate and boot.

I am not willing to separate trims, vents, or button, unless there is a lot of interest in both. I would like to sell as one complete package.

Looking for $300 for everything. Wood trim alone (without vents and all) can go for $300, so I think this is a good deal for someone looking to upgrade. Especially considering all the labor I have in it.

Here are some pics (sorry they're low quality!). I tried to get a few shots of the corners. The long dash trim piece is not included because I am going to finish it tomorrow.

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I just finished up the long dash piece, so here are some additional pictures with it included. I tried to get a few shots of the corners so you can see how clean they are. I also added a few pictures of my own interior which is wrapped in this same material. Please PM me if you would like to see any additional pictures.

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Bump it up!

How about some offers?
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Misleading title. This is CF fabric, not real CF. You did a good job wrapping it! Free bump and GLWS!
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Misleading title. This is CF fabric, not real CF. You did a good job wrapping it! Free bump and GLWS!
It's real CF fabric. Works just like fabric too. I will add that to the title. Thanks!
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Looks clean but I can get my stock trim wrapped the same way for much cheaper locally. Suppose this could work for someone who needs a second set of trim??? GLWS!
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Looks clean but I can get my stock trim wrapped the same way for much cheaper locally. Suppose this could work for someone who needs a second set of trim??? GLWS!
I will admit it is definitely cheaper to wrap existing trim, but if you buy this you can sell your existing trim (which may be an even better deal). This is also plug and play with no waiting for your trim to get wrapped.

The entire set is the only thing I have right now, so I would like to get it sold.

Send me an offer guys!
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Price dropped to $400 shipped!
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I will admit it is definitely cheaper to wrap existing trim, but if you buy this you can sell your existing trim (which may be an even better deal). This is also plug and play with no waiting for your trim to get wrapped.

The entire set is the only thing I have right now, so I would like to get it sold.

Send me an offer guys!
Good point. Looks clean!!
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Good point. Looks clean!!
Thanks man!
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Why don't you charge to apply the film on the owners trim? Have people send you their trim as the "core" and ship them the finished part for a fee?
You're really good at this!
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Why don't you charge to apply the film on the owners trim? Have people send you their trim as the "core" and ship them the finished part for a fee?
You're really good at this!
Not a bad idea, but the problem is that limits me to pre-LCI sedans that have ashtrays and non-iDrive.

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Does the chrome trim on the ashtray come off or did you trim around it? it looks very oem.
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Does the chrome trim on the ashtray come off or did you trim around it? it looks very oem.
I removed that piece, wrapped the lid, and then reinstalled that piece. Needless to say you have to be REALLY careful.
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E90 m? Do you mean manual or m sport?

Btw, your PM box is full.
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E90m3 just clear it
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I am surprised this hasn't sold yet.... Someone pick up this deal! Wood trim sets will go for $300-400, and I am asking $400 for a carbon fiber fabric wrapped set (and this isn't some sloppy wrap job)!
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