The wheel and shifter are OEM "Sport Upgrade Package" and the dash is stick on from West Coast. They were able to match the OEM finish. However, I believe West Coast sells the wheel and shifter stick ons.Redeemer said:Are all of the chromed components stick-on? Wheel, shifter and dash? I'm not keen on doing the dashboard but I would like to do the wheel and shifter, where did you get your parts?
No. Just clean it good with alcohol, line it up (start with passenger side) and attach. I was taking it slow and it took me less than 30 minutes.JerryP said:Do you have to use a promoter(glue) with the West Coast kits or just clean the area and stick on?:?:
DTW, this thread was started back in November. It was resurrected this morning by stig.dtwwest said:I find it a little unbelievable that WCP would start another thread about a sale after all the problems people had getting the V6 Foglight Conversion kit - myself included. Promises were made of ship dates that never happened and credit was never issued by WCP. I had to dispute the charge with my credit card company to get my $400 back.
If WCP has corrected their problems I think they owe people an explaination as to what happened and, if possible, convince people that they will receive good customer service.
Personally, I will never order from them again.
Whoops. Sorry about that. But maybe my post wasn't all bad. Someone, like me, could think it is new and place an order without knowing about WCP's recent problems.new stang owner said:DTW, this thread was started back in November. It was resurrected this morning by stig.