been looking at the fairmont ghia interior over the last week, and im impressed. my auto lever stick surround is pretty poxy at the moment, so i want the woodgrain surround, and also would like the wood bits on the top of the doors
i have a fairmont, so i dont need the whole door, does anyone know if you can buy the wood bits seperate? you should be able to, if one fell off, sif you would buy a whole new door...
any help is appreciated, want to clean up my interior, make it a bit more classy, oh and chrome handles are a go also :)
Oooooh. I know EXACTLY the part you are looking at.
It was available on the EL Fairmont Ghia.
The wood trim bit, with the chrome suround for the Auto transmission, (Floor) shift.
Very very nice, and very very classy.
Good News..... Yes you can buy it seperately, and it does fit !
But..... Here is the Bad news......
Costs $420 or there abouts from Ford.
I was looking at doing the same thing, as When I bought my car, I had 8 holes in this panel, for a previously installed hands free kit.
There are other things you can get, which arent so expensive.
I fitted the EL Fairmont / NF Fairlane Door lights, Cost about $17.00 each. So I really dont understand the premium Ford charges for certain parts ???
NO WAY !!!!!! Seriously !!!!!!
Is this Trade price, or retail ????
(Im wondering if the Dealer was trying to rip me off, or got the price wrong ???)
FARQ - I think I will head down to my Local Ford Dealer on Monday and pick one up if this is the case !!!
P.S. Did you get a part number for this ?
As for the rest of the parts you need, A friend bought most of an NF Fairlane interior, (Door trims, Seats, carpets, trip computer, Instruments, Power window winders and switches, Climate control, cruise control bits all for about $2000.
Problem was he had to pick the parts himself, and didnt take some of the modules required for some of these parts, (EG Climate control, and Cruise Control).
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