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I've been busy over the last couple of days trying to tidy up the EOS.
Here are a few pics and a list of what I have done.
Fly eye rear lights with the centre cut out (thought it looked different).
Rear emblem painted same colour as the car backed with a mettalic purple wrap.
Moved the EOS badge to the centre (don't know if I like it so probably just debadge the boot).
New chrome headlight switch with chrome surround ring.
New upgraded chrome heater dials.
Dash wrap in brushed aluminium purple.
Got lots of other bits on the way too

I also have some coilovers coming from Germany in a few days so the car will be ready for some 19s.
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Very nice! Careful with the chrome switches, you’ll get addicted. Gotta catch ‘em all ;)
 

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Very nice! Careful with the chrome switches, you’ll get addicted. Gotta catch ‘em all ;)
😂 Thanks aku, I have them all on the way apart from the fuel and boot switch as I can't find them, not sure if they even do them, ill keep looking.
Do you know if the b6 Passat, Jetta and Golf switches are the same as the EOS and will they fit?
 

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The fuel and boot switch is available and is the same across several VW models. The driver's side window switches are different, though. More details and part numbers on this thread.
 

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The fuel and boot switch is available and is the same across several VW models. The driver's side window switches are different, though. More details and part numbers on this thread.
Nice one thanks for that.
I did manage to find a fuel and boot switch to fit mine and ordered it.
When the others turn up I'll try and fit them and see if the work.
 
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