If the dashboard pad is faded, consider repainting or dyeing it. Trading an old radio head unit for one that integrates with an i Pod, i Phone or satellite radio, and includes a Bluetooth connection for a cellphone, will shoot your car or truck into the present.

If you have the technical aptitude, take out the front seats and vacuum under there.

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If the knobs and switches are actually busted or worn-out, though, they can often be cheaply replaced with either new parts or recycled pieces found at a junkyard. One of Lang's favorite tricks for reinvigorating a car is to swap out the front seats for a pair he finds at a junkyard with fewer miles on them. "For $100 or $150, a set from a low-mileage vehicle can make a car seem new."Even if your car is only a couple of years old, it's almost certainly got an outdated sound system.

I'm not talking about just a quick, superficial job, but a hardcore scrubbing of everything you can reach.

Shampoo the carpet and upholstery, excavate all the trash moldering in the trunk, remove the spare and get into every nook and cranny of the tire well, and remove the seat cushions and pick out all the petrified potato chips.

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