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#1 (permalink) Old 03-30-2005, 08:23 PM
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I just purchased a BMW 330i with Premium Package, Sports Package, Navigation, Xenon Headlights and Fold Down Rear Seats. It is Black with Black Leather and Brushed Aluminum Trim. I just saw the Door arm rest for the for the 330CI with the Brushed Aluminum and it looks awesome!! What would I have to do to be able to put those Brushed Aluminum Arm rest on the fron doors of my 330i? Would I have to just change the door panels for those of the coupes? Please let me know ASAP. Any help will be highly appreciated.

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Let me start by saying i havent seen either of these cars up close. Generally, the doors on a 2 door coupe will be longer than the doors on a 4 door to allow better acces to the rear seats. The chance of the entire door panel fitting in is not very probable. If your doors have the same type of trim piece as the brushed aluminum pieces, you may want to see it it is possible to simply trim them to a shorter length.
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