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Old 05-21-2013, 10:29 AM   #1
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Interior upgrades

What are some interior upgrades that would be nice to put in a 02 gt vert
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Corbeau racing seats.

Some people like the reverse glow gauges.
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u can get chrome pieces here and there. like pedals knobs etc.. or u can paint some pieces like the radio bezel trim stuff like that. my interior is nasty tan so im painting everthing black with vinyl paint. almost done just need new carpet and seats
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u can get chrome pieces here and there. like pedals knobs etc.. or u can paint some pieces like the radio bezel trim stuff like that. my interior is nasty tan so im painting everthing black with vinyl paint. almost done just need new carpet and seats
Where can you get interior paint? And yeah I feel you all my stuff is tan but I wana paint it maroon (color of car ) or black
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Convertible light bar, something I've been wanting to get but keep putting off. Makes any vert mustang look tons better IMHO.

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Convertible light bar, something I've been wanting to get but keep putting off. Makes any vert mustang look tons better IMHO.

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+1000 I wouldn't own a vert without one
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Meh. The light bars don't match the body lines imo
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+1000 I wouldn't own a vert without one


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Got it already ha
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Whats everyones op on that hard cover for the verts they make?
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Whats everyones op on that hard cover for the verts they make?
I love it. It almost looks like it doesn't line up properly from a distance, but it would be awesome to have the option of a hard top for rainy days or traveling.
I plan on buying one for the next car.
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sh*t Ive never sen that before, thats nice. I ment the toneau covers. if i spelled that right idk
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sh*t Ive never sen that before, thats nice. I ment the toneau covers. if i spelled that right idk
Smoothline makes them. They're $1900 or so + shipping and paint.
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Interior upgrades for a SN95? Replace/recover seats if needed, pull the carpet out and steam clean the eff out of it or if you can't save it do new carpet, clean it really well and maybe a few little things.

I mean it all depends what you want to do and what you like honestly. IMO the stock look is the best and your money is better spent elsewhere on making the car actually go faster and handle better unless you actually NEED to redo the interior like I did with mine.

Before with two tone grey/black cloth worn out interior when I bought it:



After with new carpet, redid the seats myself, got rid of all the billet and changed to all black:



This is what I would consider an interior upgrade lol.
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Interior upgrades for a SN95? Replace/recover seats if needed, pull the carpet out and steam clean the eff out of it or if you can't save it do new carpet, clean it really well and maybe a few little things.

I mean it all depends what you want to do and what you like honestly. IMO the stock look is the best and your money is better spent elsewhere on making the car actually go faster and handle better unless you actually NEED to redo the interior like I did with mine.

Before with two tone grey/black cloth worn out interior when I bought it:



After with new carpet, redid the seats myself, got rid of all the billet and changed to all black:



This is what I would consider an interior upgrade lol.
One of the cleanest sn95s out there man
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I like to think so, I've seen a few on some forums with new paint that are probably nicer, I have a few little corrosion spots and need to do touch up paint in 3 or 4 places with nicks but besides that its pretty mint...

If the OP or anyone needs advice on interior, I'm your guy. Had the whole thing gutted down to 0 interior minus the a pillars and headliner and the new interior/carpet in in a day. If I was putting in clean stock carpet that I didn't have to trim and mess with to fit it would have been much easier...
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I like to think so, I've seen a few on some forums with new paint that are probably nicer, I have a few little corrosion spots and need to do touch up paint in 3 or 4 places with nicks but besides that its pretty mint...

If the OP or anyone needs advice on interior, I'm your guy. Had the whole thing gutted down to 0 interior minus the a pillars and headliner and the new interior/carpet in in a day. If I was putting in clean stock carpet that I didn't have to trim and mess with to fit it would have been much easier...
Ill be sure to PM you when I redo my interior.
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You can do that with any removable piece of trim in the car, any color you want. Most ppl that paint the trim match the color to the exterior of the car and do the radio bezel, shifter bezel, instrument cluster bezel, door cups and maybe the triangle panels on the door if you don't have the mach speakers up there.
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You can do that with any removable piece of trim in the car, any color you want. Most ppl that paint the trim match the color to the exterior of the car and do the radio bezel, shifter bezel, instrument cluster bezel, door cups and maybe the triangle panels on the door if you don't have the mach speakers up there.
I'd do it to mine I want to but it has a broken part at the top
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