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Old 07-01-2011, 07:44 PM   #41
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How much for E46 Coupe??
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Old 07-10-2011, 03:39 PM   #42
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Old 07-31-2011, 01:46 AM   #43
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hey, how much for interior trim of e46 sedan?
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Here are my prices for common e46 parts (includes core exchange or wrap of client's stock parts):

"BMW" Valve cover $150
M3 Valve cover $180
Fuel Rail cover $140
Stock BMW intake $90
Stock M3 Intake $120
Stock BMW ECU cover $110
Cabin Air filter cover $150
Shift surround plate $ 80
Interior trim set $440 (8 piece set; coupe, sedan or vert)
Centre Console $180
Seat Surrounds $340 for the pair.
Outside Mirror Shell $180 for the pair.

Lots of other parts I do wrap; so let me know what you're interested in and we can discuss.....

I'm just doing my first set of door panels.... aven't worked out what I'm going to charge yet; I will total up the numbers after completed and work out pricing, but here are some teaser pictures:

The following 3 pictures are showing completed panels, just require re-assembly today; whereas the rear deck shown in the 4th picture is being final sanding and clear coated today.....








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Old 07-31-2011, 01:48 PM   #45
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ARE YOU HIGH? For interior trim wrapping 440$!!! I can get a brand
New set of actual carbon fiber for a bit over 300$.

Needless to say, no thanks.
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Old 07-31-2011, 02:16 PM   #46
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Brand new? I'd go for it.... Best I've seen for molded CF is around $750 for an 8-piece set and $550 for overlays. This is not a vinyl wrap; it's real CF...... I'm swamped with guys that believe otherwise, or have bought cheaper stuff and end-up returning them to purchase my parts.... I wrap for several BMW dealerships up here; and most of the prominent (top 3 finishers; multiple classes) show cars in the region have several pieces of mine in their cars.....and they pay alot more than members prices on this board......
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