Installing trim is one of the most rewarding home improvement projects you can do. No matter what style you choose, you’ll take pride in the finished product . . . as long as you get all those joints tight.
[quote=Virto;7703966]93 Lightning? I thought the dash and trim was all a unique color to the lightning, with gray, red, tan and blue being available in the standard trucks.
only the seats, perferated leather steering wheel, the orange pointers on cluster w red line on tach in red paint. and possible 93 door panels cause I havent seen the felt insert that 93 L door panels had on anything else yet.
other than that its all normal upper level xlt stuff
well, since what you describe are (cheaper parts ish)except door panel, I would have a buddy at a dealer run a locate, and see if anywhere shows them available.
1 glove box
2 drivers A pillar trim
3 drivers door panel
#1 should be easy find, and not to expensive.
#2 Are you talking about the trim that goes up from the dash and then to the rear of roof, and it holds up the headliner?, if so its called a A pillar trim, if not, is molding atached to cab or door?
#3 door trim panel is expensive if it is available still, you say your felt is good, what is wrong with your door panel? also I believe the felt inserts do not come off the door panel, I think they are plastic welded from behind.
Sorry it took so long to respond, I was camping in Tennessee. There is a truck boneyard near me so I will try there and see what I can come up with. If that turns up nothing then I will try some alternative sources.