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Old 18-01-16, 11:13 AM   #1
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Hi Eveyone, is it possible to reverse orange trim that is around the air vent and speedometer on a 2007 207 back to stock colours? Would it be costly?
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Hi Eveyone, is it possible to reverse orange trim that is around the air vent and speedometer on a 2007 207 back to stock colours? Would it be costly?
Cheers.
Depends on how it was done.

If its rubber coated like plastidip, you may be able to peel it off. If it has been spray painted, there is a good chance that it was sanded down first, so what is under the paint will be a complete mess.

All that trim literally clips off when you pull it (you may need a plastic trim tool for some of it.)

I did mine in red plastidip when I had my 207.



If it has been sanded / painted then you will likely need to replace the trim. Its available on ebay, normally a lot cheaper than this. You would just have to have a look around.

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Thanks for that! Turns out it's a wrap that can easily be peeled away if need be.
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