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Thread: Interior restoration with custom color

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    I love the contrast stitching!
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    Thanks for the feedback! 🍻

    This project, I would not be able to finish it soon because the car will go shortly into winter storage mode. Also I have to wait to installed both A-post as the windshield need to be replaced, but probably only in the spring.

    But I am very happy of how it turns out so far. That is a covid project somehow and it help me concentrate on the positive, and by brighten up the inside (I might get my dose of vitamin C for this year’s winter just by sitting in my car!!)

    I figured that, it makes this already quite rare vehicle, even more unique.

    Anyway, take care and enjoy life. It’s precious.

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    Working on the center console.

    The metal plates are stainless steel. I chose to let it exposed at the shifter. But will probably clear it in the future. I am not going to deal with fingerprints inside as well...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    Working on the center console.

    The metal plates are stainless steel. I chose to let it exposed at the shifter. But will probably clear it in the future. I am not going to deal with fingerprints inside as well...
    FYI: I utilize PPF on all my stainless stuff and recently applied it to the stainless worktop on my new garage cabinets. Finger print and scratch-free for life!
    After.jpg
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    Ok thanks Timeless. I did not think of this option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timeless View Post
    FYI: I utilize PPF on all my stainless stuff and recently applied it to the stainless worktop on my new garage cabinets. Finger print and scratch-free for life!
    After.jpg
    I'm incredibly jealous of your garage floor. Is that an epoxy coating?
    Louie Golden

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    Quote Originally Posted by louielouie2000 View Post
    I'm incredibly jealous of your garage floor. Is that an epoxy coating?
    Polyurea coating with a low-gloss topcoat + heavy flake so I don't slip when it's wet. It's great - not slippery when wet.
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    Wow. Truly pioneering work!! I love this.

    Clearly you have a lot of talent not only laying this material but also determine proper colors that complement themselves and the car.

    Great job on this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZLoftsgard View Post
    Wow. Truly pioneering work!! I love this.

    Clearly you have a lot of talent not only laying this material but also determine proper colors that complement themselves and the car.

    Great job on this!
    Thank you very much I appreciate this. It takes a little bit of boldness to make that decision. But I figured that since my interior was shot and in very bad state, might as well go for a shade that I would be comfortable spending my driving moments in.

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