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Improving the 612 Scaglietti

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Just got my Scag today :danbanna It remained box stock for about 15 minutes before I had to do something to it. It was just begging for it :lol
I painted the window's "rubber" trim and cut off the grille's outer shape. I might redo a grille altogether but for now, it'll work.
I feel Oh so much better looking at it... :giggle
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I wish. I actually got it from Mason distributing for about $20

Ima paint the rear seatbelts in too
That is next on my list as well as carpeting if I can find the right color flocking
fastandryan said:
Carpeting is very hard to do, I did it on my Anson 328 and it took ages to get the correct size of the layout.
Did you actually cut felt to size? I was just thinking of using flocking and white glue.
I suggest you read Alex Kustov's excellent tutorial on How To Use Flocking To Simulate Interior Carpeting

EDIT: I just used a philips head screwdriver to push against it from the inside. It pops it rigt out and you can glue it back in with white glue.
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