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The 2009 LX 570 will be available in an all-new Costa Azul Mica exterior color and will feature an available Luxury Package that includes semi-aniline leather-trimmed seats, Bubinga wood-trim, cool box, smart card key and 20-inch alloy wheels with a unique finish.
Standard riser woods include bubinga and shedua, although the Acadian web site offers exotic wood and overlay alternatives that are absolutely stunning.
Darker woods will show gaps and cracks less than lighter woods, but other species that work well include antique heart pine, ash, bamboo, Brazilian walnut, bubinga, Douglas fir, iroko, kempas, padauk, purpleheart, red oak, Santos mahogany, and sapele.
The bow I used to take my Manitoba whitetail was a 62-inch, 60-pound reflex/deflex design with a bubinga handle and yew limbs.
MSRP $102,423 Two Tone Bubinga Inspired by the exotic wood from Africa, this high polished ebony grand accentuates the richness of the wood grain.
The Big Bull takedown is available in lengths of 56 to 60 inches, draw weights from 20 to 80 pounds, and your choice of bubinga or maple risers, as well as right or left-hand models.
Homeowner demand is climbing for everything from lustrous Brazilian Cherry and rich African Mahogany to wavy-textured Cumaru and dark opulent Bubinga wood.
Luxury packages will also be offered on the new LX that will include features such as semi-aniline leather interior trim, a cool box in the front center console, illuminated scuff plates, unique wheel finish, a Smart Card key, and Bubinga wood trim, a wood used to craft fine furniture, instruments and to decorate private jets.
Bubinga, which originates in Africa, can appear pink, red, or reddish brown with purple streaks or veins.
Nevamar's new woodgrains include the exotic bubinga, a rich, brown-red; Kendo, a bamboo-inspired pattern the company says will fit in well with inside/outside living trends; and the Labyrinth wood grain series, similar to rattan or a loosely woven textile.
The Gem Safe Gift Packet includes a design booklet with step-by-step instructions for customizing the gem safe, exotic hardwood samples including Bubinga, Birdseye Maple, Zebrawood, Honduran Mahogany and Cherry; as well as interior velvet swatches and exterior color samples.
This makes it possible to image the look of an exotic wood species like bubinga, padauk, santos or mahogany, and three years later the image still looks like that wood species," he says.