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Old 04-26-2012, 07:56 PM   #1
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Tomorrow i will be starting the cover up of this god awful blue the last owner painted the door handle covers, the cup holders, the dash portion of my guages, and the area for the radio. I'm gunna paint it a bright yellow, like the screaming yellow! Yellow and black goes together pretty good. Does anyone have any tips to help me out?
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Re: interior painting

Take your time, rough up the finish with some low grit sandpaper and then again with some higher grit sand paper for the paint to adhere better. Unless you want that ultimate smooth finish. I'd also do it in a few light coats rather than one heavy coat to avoid streaking, drips, and light spots. A coat or two of clearcoat will help protect that paint when you accidentally spill some soda or something on it lol.

Other than that it's pretty simple, post pics when you're done!
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Old 04-26-2012, 08:14 PM   #3
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Ok, yeah i would like a smooth finish. I will deff do a before and after pic. Y'all will understand my point for the repaint..
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Re: interior painting

Yah I can't picture any blue really working with a black car's interior, especially if it has tan interior

Should look way better
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I got black interior, but that blue makes my skin cringe. I even think its some sort of anti theft device..
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Re: interior painting

You should post some pics of before and after so we can see how god awful the previous owner made it.
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Ill post some up tomorrow before i get started. Thats if my camera doesnt break
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I told you its hideous! I still have to remove the radio, and cd player to get that bezel out. Fun fun fun

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Just put the last little bit of clear coat on! Should be ready to reinstall when i get up, and i will post the pics!
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I told you its hideous! I still have to remove the radio, and cd player to get that bezel out. Fun fun fun
OMFG... :puke:
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Yeah not the greatest color choice. Im so glad its yellow now! Can't wait to see how it turns out! Will keep y'all updated
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Yeah not the greatest color choice. Im so glad its yellow now! Can't wait to see how it turns out! Will keep y'all updated
Good choice, the blue looks awful here's my interior.
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Old 04-28-2012, 10:02 AM   #13
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My black a$$

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What kind of Sand did u use?
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Old 05-23-2012, 02:47 PM   #15
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Re: interior painting

nice
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Old 05-24-2012, 09:16 AM   #16
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Is it possible to paint the interior of a 2006 gt?
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Old 05-24-2012, 01:13 PM   #17
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Any car can be painted in the inside
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Any car can be painted in the inside
any tips on where to find information on how to do this?
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Here's mine, I used vinyl and plastic adhesion primer , then arttic white auto paint for the trim, then used jet black vinyl paint for the dash!!
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Here's mine, I used vinyl and plastic adhesion primer , then arttic white auto paint for the trim, then used jet black vinyl paint for the dash!!
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Here's mine, I used vinyl and plastic adhesion primer , then arttic white auto paint for the trim, then used jet black vinyl paint for the dash!!
This is NICE. this would look good inside my car because I have a white mustang.
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This is NICE. this would look good inside my car because I have a white mustang.
+1 always liked his interior.
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How much did that cost to do??
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Cost less than $50 to do. Make sure to sand it good. That is the key.
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How much did that cost to do??
Pretty sure he did it himself.
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Here's mine
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How much did that cost to do??
It cost me about $50 with paint
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I heard doing that makes te value of the car go down.
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Old 06-18-2012, 03:31 PM   #29
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If you do a crap job with runs, overspray, etc.. Yeah it would look like crap and lower resale value. But, if you do a nice, quality job it could increase resale value.
It really depends on buyer and preference, though.
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Good choice, the blue looks awful here's my interior.
I like it!!!
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Who in here has done their entire interior?

Mine is brown/beige and I would like to go black/grey.

How difficult is it to remove all the parts?
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Who in here has done their entire interior?

Mine is brown/beige and I would like to go black/grey.

How difficult is it to remove all the parts?
I did my whole interior and exterior and motor!!!
The interior parts were pretty easy to remove just take your time as don't break off the clips, I removed both front seats and taped out the inside of the windshield !
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So you didn't remove the main dash?

What about the carpet inlays on the door panels?

I was thinking about just pulling the carpet and putting something else there.
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So you didn't remove the main dash?

What about the carpet inlays on the door panels?

I was thinking about just pulling the carpet and putting something else there.
I pulled the carpet out and installed new padding and carpet , only took and a hour and the carpet was $100.

The only thing I took off the dAsh was the cd player , and taped out the windshield and whatever else I didn't want paint on and sprayed 3 coats of a gloss jet black vinyl paint
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