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Old 9th August 2007, 14:58   #1
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Pictorial presentation of how the custom interior of Santro was made in Hyundai Authorised Body shop.

PART I -
Stripping down all the interiors including the boot trims leaving only the roof trim

Dashboard





AC vents


The pillar trims and the plastics in the boot and below the seat
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PART -II

Paint Job starts with the dashboard being painted in beige colour







Centre console with wooden finish




The steering and door handles.

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Nice thread kpzen!

Looking forward to the rest of the pics!
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PART III

The wooden finish after the paint job

DOOR HANDLE



The Speedo cap


Centre Console

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Amazing work. But I did not like the wooden finish. But that's just me
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Really nice. Can you post the pic of center console and gear area? How much did this cost ??
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I hate the OE steering

and this was done on a new Xing???
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Finally the dashboard goes in











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Hey nice job,thats looks really good.
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Sorry for poor quality pics. Will post good quality ones later.
Till then pour in your comments..
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Very nice pictorial KP!

JK it looks like the new XING. I've seen one dealer do the exact same thing for a customer.
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nice job kpzen.... looking great maan.... how much did you spend on it?

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Hmmmm. Don't like the wooden finish too much. But guess the customer wanted it that way. To each his own.

That will be one slippery steering wheel to hold.

I love the slightly beige shade and the finish looks really good. What paint do they use for dashboard?
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