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Old 06-30-2015, 03:25 PM   #1
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Interior color change advice

Sup guys. Got a few questions. I want my interior black. Right now I have an ingot silver 5.0 and the seats and a few door accents are that Tanish color. I hated it when I bought the car brand new, years ago, but I dealt with it as "ill change it soon enough". Well that time has come upon me. The seats are dirty now and that just enhances my disfavor of the color (lol I used the word disfavor)

The options I'm thinking are:
Seat covers (will that look cheap)
New seats (I'm sure that's expensive)
Or is there an option to dye the seats.

The seat aren't the leather ones (since leather sucks in the heat in New Orleans) so I'd rather stick with the material I have. ALL advice is appreciated.

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Old 07-02-2015, 05:23 AM   #2
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You can just go aftermarket seats. It's all in your budget. American muscle has some nice options. Maybe even find a good used set off ebay.
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Old 07-02-2015, 07:29 AM   #3
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Look into leatherique products. You can dye your leather. I've seen videos of there product, looks legit!

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If I go to the dye option. I would be dying my cloth seats. I'd rather not have to go leather. I don't like them.


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Old 07-02-2015, 04:32 PM   #5
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They put leather in cars because it is comfortable in the hot and cold, I would go with leather. You can probably have your seats recovered. If you don't like leather you can probably have them recovered in a material you like.
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Ebay, find some new take offs. Since you don't want leather, should be able to find a decent deal.
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They put leather in cars because it is comfortable in the hot and cold, I would go with leather. You can probably have your seats recovered. If you don't like leather you can probably have them recovered in a material you like.

Naw Bro. Leather gets cold in winter and super hot in summer especially if it's black. Leather is a luxury option. Cloth is comfortable in all weather conditions.


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Live in South Florida and sit down on a black leather seat after its been in the sun for a couple hours and you'll agree with me.


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Plus I play basketball A LOT being in the heat and then going to sit on hot leather is a feeling I hate here in New Orleans. I'll stay with the cloth.


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Just priced leatherique re color for my 2014 premium. Burgundy over ivory leather front and rear $650.


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I have a new set of take off leather I will sell for $500 plus shipping
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Black leather

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For 2013-14 headrest style (seats are the same as 2010 + otherwise)
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