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      11-09-2007, 03:39 PM   #1
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Interior Trim colors question

Does anyone have any good pictures of a black interior with either the aluminum trim an the gray poplar wood trim?

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Here ya go.
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Thanks a bunch!!

OK .. next question .. for those that have seen / had either .. how did you like it .. was the aluminum more upkeep and prone to scratching?

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I had aluminum trim in my VW GLI and my father has it in his 2007 328 and I've found its pretty tough to scratch that stuff.
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Thanks a bunch!!

OK .. next question .. for those that have seen / had either .. how did you like it .. was the aluminum more upkeep and prone to scratching?

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I have the brushed aluminum trim on my Z4 and it holds up really well and is extremely forgiving (from a scratch perspective)..:w00t:
I assume that the 1er will also have the brushed aluminum. :iono:
If it is polished aluminum, then it could be a different story..
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Anyone have some quality pictures of the leatherette interiors?
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I have the brushed aluminum trim on my Z4 and it holds up really well and is extremely forgiving (from a scratch perspective)..:w00t:
I assume that the 1er will also have the brushed aluminum. :iono:
If it is polished aluminum, then it could be a different story..

Do you know what the code is (would it be the same)? This is 4MG Aluminum

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