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Group buy interest 1997-2004 Slk230 Double Din Radio Trip kit reproduceable. I spent a bit of time and several failed attempts and finally got what I think is a factory look Trim kit includes automatic shifter trim. All factor back clips intact this is a strength clip in trim kit.

Now that is is done I figure others would want and not be into Fabing from scratch like I did. I am willing to have it 3D Scan and Engineered CAD drawings. Which then I can reproduce on an industrial 3D printer ready for paint or any skin you want or 3M wrap. I will do mine in carbon fiber wrap.

If at least 12 people are in for one I will have it done. I need 12 people at $250.00 each to cover CAD, Scanning and production of min. Run of 12 units. It will include both pieces. For design purposes it will be a 7 switch layout. After I get the cads it will be easy to change the switches from 3 to 7 on the CAD. But if people are not interested I will put the wife’s cat back together and not worrie about it. Thought I would put it out here and see since it was a difficult process and cost me 5 trim kits to get it gust right.

Note: if you want to make your own do not use body filler by all wraps will not adhere to. Lesson learned and shared

See pics below. This is a break even for me. Need to decide soon wife wants free car back

Note: left about a 1-2 mm gap between shifter trim and console to accommodate paint or vinyl Wrap material thickness.

Chime in tell me what you think


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Registered SLK 320 Year 2001
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Does this work on an Slk320?

Can you consider a single order?

I'm not decided yet but it's interesting.

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