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Can the new Dodge's be had with a BLACK interior? My current truck has the light gray one. Not bad, but I want a black one. Might make me go Ford...that Harley has a SWEET interior.

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Can the new Dodge's be had with a BLACK interior? My current truck has the light gray one. Not bad, but I want a black one. Might make me go Ford...that Harley has a SWEET interior.

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First post here also. Newbie all over again. I haven't seen black interior on the dodge, but that's not to say there isn't such a thing. I would have a hard time buying a stroker for the interior color though.

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I believe sport packages come in black interior. but don't hold me to it.

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I believe sport packages come in black interior. but don't hold me to it.
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I know it's a stupid question in a tech heavy forum, but it's important to me. WOnder what it would cost to have it all done at a custom shop...
I like the idea of a blacked out 6.7L mega-cab with all the problematic emissions stuff in the trash can Who needs a warranty? That's what a tool box is for!!
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i know you can get the seats done at custom shops in the neighborhood of $1200-$1500 for leather. not sure what you can do about the dash, headiner, door panels and so on. the carpet would be an easy one though.

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for that matter, get a good set of seatcovers, and that would take care of the seats. i have had wet okole and coverking seat covers. the fit is custom and you don't even know that they are seatcovers! those would run $400-$600 depending on options. also there is this place http://stores.ebay.com/Iggee-Custom-Seat-Covers , that i've seen some positive reviews on.
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Cool, thanks for the info. Upholstery and carpet will be easy. I don't know how big of a job it would be to take out all the plastic and paint it...I see it on shows like Unique Whips, but it looks like it'll be a heck of a job for someone that doesnt do it every day. It would certainly be a learning experience. Ya gotta love how a lifted mega cab looks though, so it would probably be worth it. That, and it's got the engine I want.
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well, the door panels come off in a matter of minutes. most other smaller pieces come off quickly too. as for the dash, it took me about 2 hours to take the dash out of my mega-cab. really not a hard job at all, just a little time consuming.
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well, the door panels come off in a matter of minutes. most other smaller pieces come off quickly too. as for the dash, it took me about 2 hours to take the dash out of my mega-cab. really not a hard job at all, just a little time consuming.
That's what I was hoping to hear. If I decide to take the plunge, I'll be picking your brain. Thanks.
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Went to the local dealer today and they said they hadn't seen any but that it could be ordered of course, just trying to tell what the dealer has said...
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