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I'm not crazy about the Myrtle Wood in my 330xi... It's kind of dull and boring, and it's getting scratched. I know with the X5 there are plenty of options as to switching the interior trim. Do I have any other wood options in the 330? As far as I know the myrtle wood was the only wood offered in the 3-series, but are there any available from Europe or something like that? I don't want aluminum or something.
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Curious Joel said:
I'm not crazy about the Myrtle Wood in my 330xi... It's kind of dull and boring, and it's getting scratched. I know with the X5 there are plenty of options as to switching the interior trim. Do I have any other wood options in the 330? As far as I know the myrtle wood was the only wood offered in the 3-series, but are there any available from Europe or something like that? I don't want aluminum or something.
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Birch and maple (fairly similar) have been available through eurobuyers.com and probably other sources. Install on sedans is said to be easy; not so on coupes/cabrios, because the door panels need to be removed.
 

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Tanning machine said:
Birch and maple (fairly similar) have been available through eurobuyers.com and probably other sources. Install on sedans is said to be easy; not so on coupes/cabrios, because the door panels need to be removed.
"other sources" includes your dealership parts counter. :)

Birch is pretty light and maple is medium color. You can find maple photos in my posts of a year-plus ago; I fitted it to my touring.
 
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