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E36General discussion and technical help for (E36) 1992-1999 3 series cars. 318, 323, 325, 328.
So as soon as I got home, I went to work. Began prepping and finally sprayed my M3 bumper black. Laid it down with 5 coats of 668 and then a light coat of clear. Baked it and put it back on the car.
Then I began the rest of the work on the interior. Finished all planned pieces today and everything was going smoothly until I had to put the armrest and center console section back in. Does anyone know of a good way to complete this without completely scratching up your armrest leather? Well lets put it this way, I ended up having to completely redye my armrest because while putting the console section back on, it got all scratched to hell and looked terrible. So I redid the job inside of the car which meant I had to tape everything off and respray. Pain in the ass. After that, I reassembled all other pieces which went smoothly, and detailed the inside a little bit in preperation for the meet/drive this weekend. If it wasn't pitch black, I'd have pictures...