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After purchasing an'03 RR L322 I began the requisite upgrades and repairs. The first interior upgrade was the doors. They were worn out, peeling and generally just looked bad. The car originally had blue carpet and trim which I changed to black.

The total cost for all 4 doors was approximately $280.

Here's a breakdown of the costs:
-Arm rest upholstery = $200
-Speakers surrounds = £34 (purchased from PowerfulUK.com)
-Paint= $18



Here's the final result.

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Wow! That looks GREAT!

Definitely a great upgrade for the earlier models. It seems like every '06 model I looked at had peeling armrests. That's definitely the best fix I've seen, and is much cheaper than paying for new door panels.
 

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Glad you like it. All the Rovers I had looked at were peeling and scratched up. I found a local guy to do the arm rests and the rest was just sanding and some paint. I did freshen up the ivory a bit with an airbrush. The biggest issue was getting rid of the blue trim. I just wasn't a fan so a few cans of paint and a little patience and I changed the dash, carpets and seat trim to black. No one would ever know the dash was originally blue.
 

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Looks amazing! This might be the inspiration I needed to get going on mine...
 
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