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Ok, I did a little photochopping, and with aGMguy's permission (I used his picture of his door), I am posting what I did. There are 5 total, going to be more because I am going to play a little bit more with them, but tell me which color combo you like best.


First Door Panel:
http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2003-8/359415/Door-Panel-1.jpg

2nd Door Panel:
http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2003-8/359415/Door-Panel-2.jpg

3rd Door Panel:
http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2003-8/359415/Door-Panel-3.jpg

4th Door Panel:
http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2003-8/359415/Door-Panel-5.jpg

5th Door Panel:
http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2003-8/359415/Door-Panel-6.jpg

The first door panel is dark blue with a light blue.

The 2nd door panel is a dark blue with a silverish blue.

The 3rd door panel is dark blue with dark red (I was just playing around with this one, lol)

The 4th Door Panel is dark blue with silver.

The 6th Door panel is dark blue with aqua. (Playing as well :))

Here is what I have decided to do. No painting. All tweed. I am going to take foam for the little rectangular area at the top left (the part that is not cloth) and cut out some flames for it. The thing is, I am not using the foam flame that I cutout, I am using the foam part with the cut-out flame. Tweeding the rectangular part 1 color, then tweeding the foam another. Glueing the foam onto the rectangular part (Or tweeding it on now that I think about it) and there ya go :).
 

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Yea, thats what I thought. I really like that color combo. Dont think it is too much blue though do you?
 

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Nice eye B95 :). It wasnt a test though, hehe. Sounded like you were answering it. I knew it was easily spotted though :). The bad thing about the speaker grill is, it will be a son-of-a-bitch to get it done like that. I would have to cut it out, get the tweed, cut out every little hole in the tweed for the speaker grill, then see if I can't somehow stick the tweed down inside every hole. But my truck will be bad ass (IMO) if I do do it :)
 

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I would just paint the speaker grill. Tweeding would be rather tough to do on the grill. But if you are up for the challange,go for it.:cool:
 

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paint the window roller downer thingymabob blue aswell.
 

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The window crank? lol. Yea I might do that. I plan on getting eltric windows installed, so that will be taken off. But until then, I could paint it. I just dont know if I would have enough money for all that seeing as how I will only have $400 and its already $100 for the paint. We will see though.
 

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TruStinger said:
paint the window roller downer thingymabob.
It's called a window crank handle.
 

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Either 2 or 4.


And I like the idea of the pocket and speaker being the same as the top accent color.
 

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Played around a little bit with door panel 2. Added the foam flame thing that I am going to be doing to the little rectangular area above the cloth and I even added a flame right above the pocket and to the left of the speaker. I don't know that I am going to be doing the flame next to the speaker, but I am going to be doing the flame in the rectangular area. By-the-way, before I post the link, the flame is not like others. Its not protruding, instead it is intruding. I am going to tweed the original rectangular area, then tweed the foam....well, if you don't understand, you will see once I start on my truck's interior. Here is the pic.

http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2003-8/359415/Door-Panel-84.jpg
 
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