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Thread: Interior restoration with custom color

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    Interior restoration with custom color

    Decided to redo the interior.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    Decided to redo the interior.
    Working on the inside
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    Looks really nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domi View Post
    Looks really nice!
    Merci, thanks Domi.
    Both of my seat are going to upholstery, as well as the shifter boots and handbrake boots. I will also leave him the 3quarter inside panel, upper door panel and headliners.

    I will dye the rest.

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    1 more pic. Just having a hard time loading pic
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    Nice! I always thought the Proto interior color looked good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    Nice! I always thought the Proto interior color looked good.
    Thanks Michael, yes me too. Hopefully I wonít replicate the Proto safety knee pad. But I will try to incorporate more bits that looks like stainless or steel inside.

    Thank you all who are more purist oriented for being not too hard on me.
    I myself hesitated before jumping into doing the interior differently, but after talking with different people, I found this could be done nice if done properly. For example, the seats are going to have the same stitching and form, but in the colour tan. Same for upper doors panels.

    Take care and enjoy life.

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    Cool. I considered doing this but Iím such a fan of the black interior. Who knows? Maybe youíll inspire me to change things up a bit

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    Can't wait to see the whole car finished.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CFI View Post
    Cool. I considered doing this but Iím such a fan of the black interior. Who knows? Maybe youíll inspire me to change things up a bit
    You could always try changing the carpets & headliners to tan while leaving the rest of the interior black. Lots of modern cars go for that sort of subtle two-tone scheme. It could look quite sharp on a DeLorean!
    Louie Golden

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