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AutoAnything Weekly Product Review: Dash Kits Galore!


I know what you’re thinking…we’ve already done a product review this week!  While that is true, we missed last weeks so we’re doubling up on the reviews for this week.  I promise next week will be back to normal. 

So we’ve been expanding out our line of B&I dash kits.  We’ve now got a great selection of carbon fiber, specialty finishes, and wood dash kits!  We know the old motto, “different strokes for different folks”, so we’ve picked up a ton of different colors and finishes for you to choose from.  So whether you want a blacked-out carbon fiber look, raw brushed aluminum, Rosewood or a rich Mahogony finish, we’ve got what you need to roll with style.   And trust me, these dash kits don’t look cheap, they have excellent fit & finish and really look AWESOME when they’re installed!  So if you feel like pimping out your interior, make sure to stop by our site and browse through our Dash Kit department. 

That’s all I got for you this week, stay tuned and keep checking back for more auto news and updates, brought to you by the good people at AutoAnything!

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BMW 335i Gets Foiled – AutoAnything


A German BMW owner over at e90Post.com got tired of how bland his black 335i was. Rather than taking it to an auto body shop for an expensive repaint, he decided to use a technique that the German military employs when camouflaging it’s heavy equipment: it’s called “foiling” and it involves carefully applying a 3M adhesive tape to the surface of the vehicle. The tape is thick enough to protect the paint from getting light knick’s and scratches, but it “is highly recommended that it be removed after 3-4 years”. Why? The post at e90Post.com doesn’t really say, but I’d venture to guess that the tape degrades after that and can be difficult to completely remove, OR it’ll bond to the surface and can then never be removed. Either way, the shiny tape dramatically changes the look of the vehicle and really opens up the doors to exterior customization! Check out the picks below during the foiling process!

Find even more wild pics of foiled cars at Intax.com -> Gallery 1 – Normal Cars, Gallery 2 – Wild Paint Jobs, & Gallery 3 – Motorsports

Source: e90Post.com

Do you want to customize your ride, but don’t want to go to the trouble of foiling your whole car?  Consider looking at some car floor mats, an aftermarket backup camera system or even wood dash kits.