Something as simple as an interior upgrade can often give your Defender the lift it needs to make it look like new again!
Why not revamp your Defender’s dashboard? Dashboards can quickly become tatty and tired looking, however, they are relatively cheap to upgrade.
Maybe you are working on a Defender restoration and need to replace the interior of the dashboard? Or you just want to personalise your Defender? Whatever your reason replacing the dashboard top trim is a relatively cheap ‘do-it-yourself’ way to smarten up your Defender and give it a new lease of life. All you need is a few simple tools and a little time and you will transform your Defender’s interior.
There are a few options in style and finish. The smooth vinyl has a slight texture to it compared to the grained finish that has a coarse leather-look grain. Both types look superb and being made from vinyl they are all very hard-wearing.
High-quality foam-backed vinyl:
Grained Black Vinyl with Black Stitching
Grained Black Vinyl with Red Stitching
Grained Black Vinyl with White Stitching
Smooth Black Vinyl with Black Stitching
Smooth Black Vinyl with Red Stitching
Smooth Black Vinyl with White Stitching
Are you ready to put your DIY skills into action?
What you will need?
1. Spray trim or carpet adhesive or contact glue – click here to buy
2. Good scissors, very sharp knife and a bradawl or scriber.
3. Hot air gun or hairdryer.
We’ve made things easy for you:
Alternatively, follow this video for a detailed step by step guide of how to re-trim your Defender dashboard top.