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Old 02-19-2013, 10:57 AM   #1
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Changing interior color?

Is it possible to change the interior color? I want it to be all black. My steering wheel, door panels, arm rest, cup holders, etc. are all gray. I figured I'd just buy seat covers so they're black. Is there anyway to paint these so It's full black

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Old 02-19-2013, 02:31 PM   #2
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Nobody knows how???
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Go to a junkyard and start pulling parts out of a stang that has black interior pieces or I have heard of ppl plasti dipping there interior
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Go to a junkyard and start pulling parts out of a stang that has black interior pieces or I have heard of ppl plasti dipping there interior
I think Im going to actually try plasti dipping it. It would look really good
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Old 02-20-2013, 07:35 AM   #5
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Go to latemodelrestoration.com and order there interior paint and dyes along with the prep material... Or in a few months it will start to peel and look like crap! I've been through it
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Off topic but dude your passenger seat looks BRAND NEW LOL
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Off topic but dude your passenger seat looks BRAND NEW LOL
+20 lol. Just swap seats and put a milk crate for the passenger. That's what my dad woulda done. No kiddin tho, what's wrong with the color of your interior, I think it looks fine. You can get new door panels at the junk yard and seats as far as that goes. I think somebody already said that but that's where I would look. A good upholstery shop could fix it all for you but gets pricey.
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I think I'm going to go with SEM dye. That was a picture after I scrubbed my passenger seat for an hour with, "tuff stuff" cleaner lol. It came out good I think. The PO didn't take any care of the interior. I'm just going to throw on black seat covers for them, though. But I want to put in white trim, so that's why I any to change the interior color.

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Go to latemodelrestoration.com and order there interior paint and dyes along with the prep material... Or in a few months it will start to peel and look like crap! I've been through it
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