Inspired by the latest Chrsler concepts and soon-to-be produced vehicles (Crossfire, Airflite, 2004 Durango), I thought I'd try this out. I had some left over Duplicolor from a touch-up I performed on my Durango. I was originally looking for metallic silver but this metallic Pewter matched the light brownish specs in my blue clothe interior. Turned out looking great!
This was a very easy mod that only took a couple of hours, most of it spent taping off the door pieces since I didn't want to go through the trouble of removing them. The front dash pieces popped right off. I then popped the directional vent pieces out to leave them black. The front pieces turned out best as I was able to get good paint coverage on them.
Here I wish I would have left the actual door pulls black to contrast the new color. I will go back and get the speaker grills, the face surrounding the radio and A/C controls (this pops right off), and maybe the door locks and shifter next. Don't forget to tape off the window switch and door vent! (Forgive the unclean dash and interior. I didn't realize how dirty things were until the camera flash revealed it!)
The small piece around the headlight switch popped off without having to remove the switch. The black looks good against the new paint. The sun is shining on the door piece here so it's hard to tell that it was painted. I also removed the oval plastic piece from around the instrument cluster and painted it.
Here's the back doors. Like the front doors, I taped these off without removal. Like I said before, I wish I would have left the door pulls black. I may go back and paint them black again.