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Old 07-24-2011, 11:00 AM   #1
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How important is your interior?

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Re: How important is your interior?

I think the car would be fairly uncomfortable without it
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Well if you have a gorgeous car and when ppl looks inside it's ****ty, you're gonna lose credit. I say it's almost equally as important as the exterior
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seriously though if you look into a car and its like the inside of dumpster....not cool
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Re: How important is your interior?

It's very important when your wanting to show your car. I have redone everything in my interior but the headliner which I'm working on getting changed. None of what you see in the pic has not been moddifed or custom fab'ed by me in some way. Even the carpit has been changed out lol!

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It's very important when your wanting to show your car. I have redone everything in my interior but the headliner which I'm working on getting changed. None of what you see in the pic has not been moddifed or custom fab'ed by me in some way. Even the carpit has been changed out lol!
Damnit cutter!!! Stop making me jealous!
And that's nice. If your car interior looks like that, even if the outside only looks okay ppl will want your car
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Yeah I'm a fan of nice interior that's where you spend all your time you better have a nice entertainment system and comfy seats and aesthetic look the interior for me isn't about pleasing other people that's my damn space imma have it how I want it!
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Yeah I'm a fan of nice interior that's where you spend all your time you better have a nice entertainment system and comfy seats and aesthetic look the interior for me isn't about pleasing other people that's my damn space imma have it how I want it!
If driver Is comfy and driving is fun (music and stuff) screw the passenger
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Re: How important is your interior?

One of the main reasons I picked the 5.0 over the Terminator.
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Exterior looks good so should the interior. The cleanliness of both should go hand and hand.
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Re: How important is your interior?

its very important exterior and interior are pretty equal. but i think its alot easier to keep up with than the exterior, unless i bring my dog along then ill have to wash the windows.
( which isnt fun)but other than that i almost never have to clean it
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Interior is pretty hard to manage as a DD in Mass. During winter you gotta constantly vacuum the salt and clean snow out all the time
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Interior is pretty hard to manage as a DD in Mass. During winter you gotta constantly vacuum the salt and clean snow out all the time
very true, and when the snow melts everything outside gets muddy its just a mess, and the exterior doesnt look that good either around that time lol
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very true, and when the snow melts everything outside gets muddy its just a mess, and the exterior doesnt look that good either around that time lol
That's the time when the car wash is my best friend. Too cold to hand wash lol.
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Re: How important is your interior?

The interior is important to me. Though mine looks a little bad right now. Plastic looks good, seats look good, but the carpet-runis it.

I've given up on it the floor mats are crap, the carpets are so thin that touching them tears them. I've got holes in the carpet where I rest my feet. Oh and the stiching is comming off the head liner in the back. No one ever sits back there how does that happen?
Sorry, but it makes me upset. My last car was 11 years old and the interior was in much better shape.
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Re: How important is your interior?

I think a clean interior is a happy interior.
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only way to get the ladies. if they know you take care of your car, inside and out, they know you'll take care of them, inside and out, as well. hahaha
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only way to get the ladies. if they know you take care of your car, inside and out, they know you'll take care of them, inside and out, as well. hahaha
That is very true
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Re: How important is your interior?

it's very important, it must be clean
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Would you guys prefer a fancy interior or basic??
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Would you guys prefer a fancy interior or basic??
Fancy.
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Re: How important is your interior?

comfortable
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Old 07-27-2011, 02:06 PM   #23
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Like like a real good happy medium I don't like chrome accents I like mine all black with alittle red I've added here and there. I love a comfortable seat and set up.. Not so comfortable I fall asleep but comfortable enough that I could if I absolutely needed too. I like having likes of technology but I like it hidden like having the touch screen headunit with everything you could need, an all in one device I don't like wires showing I don't like hardware mounted where it's not designed to be ie. phone holders and or navigation units. I don't like rattles. I do like leather, I like being able to customize it alittle I don't like a mess or garbage I pretty much want it to look like it just left the shop.. That's it I'm cleaning my damn interior today.
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Re: How important is your interior?

CLEAN , NOTHING TO FANCY ,I like the factory look ,with maybe some after market gauges
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Re: How important is your interior?

ever since i looked through this thread I have honestly looked through my interior and have found no changes that i want to make except maybe two tone leather
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