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Old 04-17-2013, 02:52 PM   #1
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Changing interior color

So, after much thinking, I'm finally going to try and do it. I was Never a fan of the grey and black, so I'm going to straight black, and I'm also painting some parts white to give it a custom look to it. I'll keep this going throughout the entire process. I can't wait to see the finish product



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My 95 has the gray and black interior also. I wanna go all black. Can't wait to see how yours turns out
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I went ahead and did it a couple weeks ago and changed my carpet as well.
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I went ahead and did it a couple weeks ago and changed my carpet as well.
Looks great! Was it a pain to paint the dash and steering wheel?
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Not really just time consuming covering the window up
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What black are you using? I don't want a high gloss but not a flat black either
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What black are you using? I don't want a high gloss but not a flat black either
It's dupli-color vinyl and fabric. It has a nice semi gloss on it. It's not like plasti dip flat

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Not really just time consuming covering the window up
That's not too bad then. I'm doing one piece a day basically lol. I'm doing the rest of the center console tonight
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Honestly it would be better and faster if you rip off you're interior and do it all at once.
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Honestly it would be better and faster if you rip off you're interior and do it all at once.
Well I don't have my license or a job.. Lol. I have plenty of time other than going to practice
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Honestly it would be better and faster if you rip off you're interior and do it all at once.
Did you try and dye your seats?
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Did you try and dye your seats?
No they are leather and beat up real bad.
I will be putting in some terminator seats as soon as I find some
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No they are leather and beat up real bad.
I will be putting in some terminator seats as soon as I find some
I heard the only part that is actual leather is the bottom where you actually sit on. Other than that the rest is vinyl. Is that true?
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I heard the only part that is actual leather is the bottom where you actually sit on. Other than that the rest is vinyl. Is that true?
Hey do your painted parts match the same color as factory black interior?
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Mine chipped over time. The best interior paint in my opinion is spray model paint and model clear. I went with a candy apple red years ago and had a chip less interior. Sorry, for the late successful secret.
This is probably too much for you. After it is painted if you use glitter hair spray then clear. It will get the flake effect. I had glitter tint when I was young and the drapes matched the curtains.
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Mine chipped over time. The best interior paint in my opinion is spray model paint and model clear. I went with a candy apple red years ago and had a chip less interior. Sorry, for the late successful secret.
This is probably too much for you. After it is painted if you use glitter hair spray then clear. It will get the flake effect. I had glitter tint when I was young and the drapes matched the curtains.
I'm not sure really if I'm going to clear it because I dont want a shiny interior, I think it looks weird.. I only bought duplicolor vinyl and fabric paint. Does duplicolor just sell flat black for plastic? Or can I use this paint on plastics like my center console and door panels? And when it chipped, what paint did you use?

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Hey do your painted parts match the same color as factory black interior?
Give me a minute and I'll go check for you lol



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Well, for me it doesn't match. But I'm guessing its fade from the sun on a 12 year old vert lol
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[QUOTE=Mustang81596;1616784]I'm not sure really if I'm going to clear it because I dont want a shiny interior, I think it looks weird.. I only bought duplicolor vinyl and fabric paint. Does duplicolor just sell flat black for plastic? Or can I use this paint on plastics like my center console and door panels? And when it chipped, what paint did you use?

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I used a duplicolor. I do not know about the center console but the doors will chip over time. The dash gets scratches from pants and shirt buttons. The rear is bad from people sliding in and out. You can do minor touchups. Sorry, I wish I had better news. I hit up junk yards and got the mock 460 system and most pieces but, my interior is incomplete.
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Was it chipping on the vinyl or plastic of the dood
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I'm not sure really if I'm going to clear it because I dont want a shiny interior, I think it looks weird.. I only bought duplicolor vinyl and fabric paint. Does duplicolor just sell flat black for plastic? Or can I use this paint on plastics like my center console and door panels? And when it chipped, what paint did you use?

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Give me a minute and I'll go check for you lol

Well, for me it doesn't match. But I'm guessing its fade from the sun on a 12 year old vert lol
Still pretty good
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I'm not sure really if I'm going to clear it because I dont want a shiny interior, I think it looks weird.. I only bought duplicolor vinyl and fabric paint. Does duplicolor just sell flat black for plastic? Or can I use this paint on plastics like my center console and door panels? And when it chipped, what paint did you use?

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Give me a minute and I'll go check for you lol

Well, for me it doesn't match. But I'm guessing its fade from the sun on a 12 year old vert lol
Still pretty good
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He is luckier than me. I am ruff on cars.
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So i decided to be that guy and forget to buy plastic paint for my center console, door parts, steering wheel parts, etc. so I'm going to order that tonight or tomorrow. I'm going with krylon fusion flat black. I have heard nothing but good about it

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He is luckier than me. I am ruff on cars.
I really baby mine... Lol. So i think I may hold up a little bit better than it did for you
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I used the krylon fusion and it ended really good fi the pannel were your power window buttons are you should sand it because it runs a little sand with a 800 grit paper and on the viynal that our cars have lives this paint without effort it sticks and it looks great i sprayed it with a rust oleum matte clear and it ended with great success

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I used the krylon fusion and it ended really good fi the pannel were your power window buttons are you should sand it because it runs a little sand with a 800 grit paper and on the viynal that our cars have lives this paint without effort it sticks and it looks great i sprayed it with a rust oleum matte clear and it ended with great success

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Looks good man. How's if been holding up?
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it looks great and because i sprayed it with the matte clear its really tough and im going to do my whole interior ill keep u guys posted
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So tomorrow my plastic paint is coming in. It's krylon fusion flat black. I'm on the process of taping everything off so I can do the vinyl today, than the plastics tomorrow



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So tomorrow my plastic paint is coming in. It's krylon fusion flat black. I'm on the process of taping everything off so I can do the vinyl today, than the plastics tomorrow
I was also thinking about dying the mustang on my steering wheel white. Think it would look good, or tacky? All and any input is great
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I was thinking the same except covering the mustang symbol on the steering wheel with plastidip. Then painting the rest of the wheel black and then peeling off the dip on the symbol so it's still factory color. Would that look okay?
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I wouldnt think so, but there is only one way to find out. Do it and see if you like it.
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I wouldnt think so, but there is only one way to find out. Do it and see if you like it.
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I was thinking the same except covering the mustang symbol on the steering wheel with plastidip. Then painting the rest of the wheel black and then peeling off the dip on the symbol so it's still factory color. Would that look okay?
If you end up doing it post a pic
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If you end up doing it post a pic
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