I am new to this forum and have had an '88 Ford Country Squire for a couple years. The majority of my woodgrain is in EXCELLENT condition for the age and the paint is presentable. However, as is typical with this model, the lighter colored aluminum/faux wood strip around the edges of the car had completely deteriorated. The original vinyl sticker was peeling off, revealing the beige paint undercoat. For 2 years I have consulted body/paint shops, trim shops, and other specialists, all of whom offered little help or support. Thus began the undertaking of a massive DIY project. I was able to find a woodgrain vinyl that is VERY close (though not identical) to the original. I ordered it through Stripeman; here's the link: http://www.stripeman.com/trim-molding-cover-up-wood-grain-589/ I need FOUR of the 20" by 90" rolls, totaling around $600. The first step was to strip the old vinyl down to the beige undercoat. I removed all of the trim from the car and washed it with soap and water, peeling off any loose vinyl. I then used a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser to thoroughly clean the surface and finished by sanding and re-washing. It took over 13 hours to clean the 26 pieces of trim. Applying the new vinyl is EXTREMELY challenging (I found it nearly impossible.) I found an installer through Signs Now who did a wonderful job applying the new vinyl for $300. Once the vinyl was installed, I simply snapped each piece of trim carefully back onto the car. For $900, my Country Squire looks absolutely terrific! The first 2 pics are before, the 3rd is during, and the last 2 are after. Any questions, feel free to ask!