Wood trim

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Wood trim, alternatively known as wood fascia, is a fascia made of synthetic or varnished, natural wood, usually found on dashboards of luxury cars. First used in the '80s by Mercedes-Benz, they spread and soon other manufacturers were using them. Wood trim can be made from natural materials like beechwood, maple, walnut, oak, or from synthetic materials.