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I miss the old wheels :(

That being said this makes me want my green wagon back. Love the stance on this thing. Very laid back but well put together looking car :tup:

edit, whats the rear suspension set up on this thing? TA coilovers? 

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Some updates. About half way done with interior now. I will be replacing whole dash to charcoal and wood trim and all door panels next.  I reupholstered headliner and swapped the rest of the trim pane

I did! haha, but probably not what you were thinking. It's not Atacama, and I didn't reupholster it. I picked up somewhat tired tan V70R seats in California on my way back and after good cleaning they

Washed the car, tried restoring trim with Back to black, but it stayed nice and grey for couple minutes only and then looked almost same as before, after it dried up. $8 down the drain. I should've go

I miss the old wheels :(

That being said this makes me want my green wagon back. Love the stance on this thing. Very laid back but well put together looking car :tup:

edit, whats the rear suspension set up on this thing? TA coilovers? 

D2 coilovers.

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that wood trim is stick on, the only OEM trims were: cherry wood (turbo/T5 cars), burled walnut (T-5R and 850R) and birch wood (850R)

 

CF was also an OEM option but GOOOOOOOD luck finding anything 

that trim looks pretty identical to what I had in my 94 850 and I can guarantee that wasn't some stick on shit, it was an actual wood veneer. 

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that trim looks pretty identical to what I had in my 94 850 and I can guarantee that wasn't some stick on shit, it was an actual wood veneer. 

nice try Gabe. Let the OEM part master do what he does. You don't know anything. 

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nice try Gabe. Let the OEM part master do what he does. You don't know anything. 

Good point. :(

Anyways, here's a pic of my non - OEM wood trim from my 850 diplomatic import:

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Good point. :(

Anyways, here's a pic of my non - OEM wood trim from my 850 diplomatic import:

DSC_0154.jpg

I can just ask you Saturday but I'll definitely forget, what did you do to get the shifter boot to clip into the center console?  

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Good point. :(

Anyways, here's a pic of my non - OEM wood trim from my 850 diplomatic import:

DSC_0154.jpg

Ughhh, I need this. Now I wonder if that's just a Euro only thing

I miss the old wheels :(

That being said this makes me want my green wagon back. Love the stance on this thing. Very laid back but well put together looking car :tup:

edit, whats the rear suspension set up on this thing? TA coilovers? 

Epsilons are coming back come Spring after I refinish and maybe widen them if I find wider barrels for cheap. Thanks man, and yes, just like Tommy said D2s at the back.

birch baby

I like Birch, but it's too light. I want trim to match the steering wheel, and this mysterious trim looks to fit the bill 

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