lookin good keep on sanding that sucker down and ull have it perfect
I've seen awsome bezel fabrications for BMW cars in this forum. Homemade bezels look so OEM that I decided to make my own too.
Project has just began so I don't have too many pictures to post but here you can see where I started.
Bezel is for BMW E39.
OT: All of you finnish bezel makers....it was difficult to find SEM products from Finland. There is only one company which imports these products and the price for one spraycan is 37 euros ( about 42-45 usd ).
Dude I am thinking of doing the exact same thing for my E39 using an existing bezel. Can you tell me what screen you have? And please post pics when you are done.
Secondly are you keeping the MID and radio deck in place? I want to keep them in place so I can keep the head-up display working on the dash. If you are doing this, how and where are you mounting the MID and radio?
Oh crap, I hope you didn't make the exact same mistake I made when I did mine. If you're removing the flap (that covers the stock tape deck) you'll need to make it another inch or so taller.
From the pictures, it looks like you're using the exact same aftermarket single DIN dash bezel I did. PM me if you have any questions, and good luck. E39s RULE :-D
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