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Old 07-22-2013, 11:37 PM   #1
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Hey so I just picked up a 89 gt vert. Black with tan top and interior. Then I find out that the sand beige interior is pretty much non existent in the aftermarket worldr. So I'm asking anyone have a line on sand beige interior parts? New or used? I know late model resto doesn't have that color.... help?
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Hey so I just picked up a 89 gt vert. Black with tan top and interior. Then I find out that the sand beige interior is pretty much non existent in the aftermarket worldr. So I'm asking anyone have a line on sand beige interior parts? New or used? I know late model resto doesn't have that color.... help?
You could buy the new parts in black, spray them in primer, and then spray them in sand Beige. You could probably get the paint from late model resto, American muscle, or cj pony parts.
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Junkyards! I know a place with about 40 foxes everywhere lol. My favorite is the Indy pace car
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Thanks. I'm not really a fan of painting the plastic pieces and the few junkyards we have around me don't ever see foxbodys. That's why I'm kinda lost.
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Yeah I looked.
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Junkyards! I know a place with about 40 foxes everywhere lol. My favorite is the Indy pace car
I want to go to that JY if it exists and if it does the dude owning it must not know about this thing called the internet... Tear those things apart, put all the parts up on the evilbay and make a killing. Well minus the ripoff ebay fees these days... still...

As for finding interior parts, your best bet is to find a part out on an online forum classifieds board. Corral, Stangnet, ModdedMustangs, AllFordMustangs, MustangForums etc... I got almost my entire black interior off the Corral for $400 locally. Black is the most desirable color too btw, if you want a color that is not black you might pay less.
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He's in the country a piece. He has a 70 mach 1 coral color. A 70 mach yellow. A 66 2+2 fastback and loads of only ford stuff. He's been in business since he was 19. He's old now and likes to show off his svt light ing and 2007 roush blue mustang.
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