Wednesday, September 12, 2007

2008 Nissan Pathfinder Wood Grain Dash Kit

Wood Grain Dash Kits available now for the New 2008 Nissan Pathfinder. The Pathfinder wood grain dash kit adds a unique interior upgrade for the mid size SUV. The interior upholstery looks like an early design of an off color of battleship grey. The bland cabin inside the sport utility vehicle needed to be customized by one of the best aftermarket wood dash companies on the planet "Simon Wood Dash"made this custom automotive interior pop out to ad the look of luxury.

This car accessory interior upgrade is pleasing to anyone's eyes who drives this vehicle on a daily bases. Many Nissan Pathfinder accessories find themselves to be a mediocre upgrade at best, but not this one. This is a factory OEM replacement dash trim set. This means that they take the factory plastic parts out of the vehicle and replace them with new custom fabricated parts. The process takes about seven working days to get the wood grain coating with four deep layers of clear coat. The depth in the high gloss finish is rich in color and makes your SUV interior look like a high line vehicle that you spent 100K on.

This 22 piece Nissan Pathfinder wood grain dash kit is truly one of a kind and comes in many wood grain colors. California burlwood, light burl wood, Zebrano, Blackwood are the most popular for the mid size SUV market but there are more luxurious interior colors that can be custom made such as piano black which looks like 50 coats of black lacquer or carbon fiber for a more sportier feel.

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Sunday, July 29, 2007

Wood Grain Dash Kits that fit like a Glove.

Simon wood dash kits make your new car even more spectacular with there new factory OEM dash kits. These new interior car accessories for high-end vehicles like a Cadillac Escalade, Chevrolet Suburban or Hummer H2 are leading the way for interior upgrade enhancements that make any vehicles interior look luxurious.

The traditional wood dash kits arrived with the horse and buggy from early times. The horseless buggy started to be the vehicle of the well to do affluent aristocrats of the early century. The early vehicle where made from wood before iron and steel where adapted and coach builders started to recognize that people where willing to pay for luxury, especially the interiors. Brass and chrome pedals and gauges with matching brake levers and steering wheels with stitched and stretched leather seating where among the first car accessories ever created.

By the mid century luxury dashboards started to take shape as many European car manufactures started to use exotic wood dash trim to make the dash boards of yester year a standard in today luxury cars, truck and SUV's vehicles. The hand crafted workmanship and detail was extraordinary compared to the new plastic simulated wood grain dash kits that come from OEM car manufactures today. The truth is evolution for the new car manufactures. They don't want to make the top selling cars and trucks have the old time luxury and hand sculpted wood grain dash kits because it's not affordable to the high volume vehicles. Plastic dashboards with simulated woodgrain can pass for average Joe.

Simon Wood grain dash kits are not for the average Joe. They are limited in production and made out of new polymers and urethanes that stand up to the most classic wood dash kits ever made. If you ever need a custom made wood grain dash for vehicle then these are the guys you need to make it for you plain and simple.

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Friday, September 29, 2006

Simon Wood Dash Hits a Home Run.

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Simon Wood Dash hits a home run with the new 2007 Cadillac Escalade woodgrain dash. This Escalade wood dash kit is by far one of this years hits. We have a four week waiting list on our books "Simon Says". Currently we ramped up are production of the Escalade dash trim. We currently cannot get enough factory OEM interiors to meet production demand, but we are having customers remove there current interiors so we can custom fabricate there own parts and get them on the road to enjoy the new vehicle.

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