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Thread: Interior restoration with custom color

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christian Dietrich View Post
    Damn thats nice! Very 80's with the tan and if I ever bought another DeLorean I thought of a tan interior. Mine is a 2 tone grey and black and I love seeing the other colors people do!

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    Wow this is my favourite interior colour combo so far!! Far out !

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    Quote Originally Posted by L3V3L1 View Post
    Beautiful work.
    Thank you.

    I am in the process of changing the colour of the binnacle, and recovering the dash also.

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    I tried to cover the dash with a synthetic suedes. I donít care if it fades by the sun, my objective is put a non-reflective material so I can see well through the windshield.
    This can be reverted back to original since I did not glued the upper surface.
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    Binnacle and window trim.

    I removed the dash for the second time, because didnít like the brown color next to the orange glove box, knee pad...

    I might remove it for a third time if I get too much reflection for that than shade of tan.
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    Nice job on the binnacle wrap! Why don't I see a seam anywhere?
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    I don't know if it's just because I have seen nothing but black and gray in the past, but that looks damn good!

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    Wowzers, love it...do you have expertise in covering this kind of thing or is this all DIY ?

    I am hoping the latter as it looks great....

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    Wow

    Looks excellent so far. Looking forward to seeing whole thing.

    I also like the black/gray. I just had whole thing apart last year working on the wiring/valves.

    While apart I had the seats redone. They really needed it bad but wish I had looked into changing colors after seeing the 2 tone and brown so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    Wow this is my favourite interior colour combo so far!! Far out !
    I have seen something close where they also put the white stitching on the black seats. Looked really classy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    I don't know if it's just because I have seen nothing but black and gray in the past, but that looks damn good!
    Thank you very much! I appreciate it as it all hard work and patience, and patience again mostly.
    The only thing that slow me down now is the crisp cold weather that slowly sets in, in the non heating garage.
    Also I have to make the door pull strap, or have them make by an upholstery shop.

    Iím unsure if I should redo the headliner in another colour (light yellow or cream?) or leave them this light grey?

    Itís interesting to see the Delorean in other interior color. I personally would have prefer a little bit more golden than orange... I feel I got corrupted by that Fall pumpkin spice craze this fall!
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