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Old 07-26-2005, 11:34 PM   #1
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Just for future reference...

What am I looking at if I wanted to swap out my Tan interior to something like grey or black?

Airbags got to be removed right for the dash? Price wise what are we looking at?
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why dont you dye all the plastics instead of swapping out all the parts, then get your seats reupholstered with some nice leather.
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why dont you dye all the plastics instead of swapping out all the parts, then get your seats reupholstered with some nice leather.
that would probably work pretty well, especially with black, or maybe even a 2 tone black and tan interior
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Old 07-27-2005, 12:15 AM   #4
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[QUOTE=232stang]why dont you dye all the plastics instead of swapping out all the parts, then get your seats r

Seats are going to be replaced with Black leather and I really want to have Black on Black so that is what I am going for.

This is going to be my project car... going to have everything redone on the car, after the engine I got a list of things started to fix.
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how do you dye plastic?
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companies sell a spray dye, works like spray paint, but penetrates the plastic

SEM is the expensive stuff, but works great
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they make a paint for your interior items that looks AMAZING when its done, I would redo it in all black (as it should be done) you have to take it all out.... but when your done its awsome looking. You can paint nearly everything, then replace the seats and carpet.
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