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Hello: My son recently purchased a 2003 Toyota Matrix as his first car. Overall, the car was not in bad shape. There are a couple of items that need attention, but I feel he chose well. This may seem odd, but one thing I'd like to do for him is to find a way to touch-up his interior trim. If you look at the attached pictures, you can see that some of the silver trim in his car has become worn to where the black underneath now shows. Here's the question: is there a way to touch up these worn spots as opposed to replacing the entire blooming trim pieces? I'm wondering about something you can brush on, like plastikote? Yup, call me a crazy mom. TIA for any suggestions or thoughts.
Why is black the only leather interior choice when I build/price a 2017 Toyota Corolla XLE? I would love to recommend that my wife replace her 2008 Ford Focus with a 2017 Toyota Corolla XLE, but I know from experience that she hates black interior colors. I usually convince her to get the leather interior, but it looks like black is the only choice in that configuration. Why can't I get a pearl white exterior with the same light color interior on a 2017 Toyota Corolla XLE that my 2013 Toyota Camry came with?
I am looking into how much my Celica is worth.Its white, 1985, GT, with brand new looking interior. the cars exterior is great too with a few minor scratches. It only has 128k miles on it. I am only the third owner. It is an automatic, and a rear wheel drive. I have replaced windshield wipers, spark plugs, cap and rotor, spark plug wires, left front brake caliper, left front tie rod end, rear left brake cylinder, all 4 tires in June 2012, new fuel filter, alternator and battery. I am thinking I could get $2k am I low balling it? My next vehicle will be a 2003 Toyota Tacoma