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wtb 2g interior

Posted by jonathanfl, Apr 5, 2014

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  1. jonathanfl

    jonathanfl Supporting VIP

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    Im looking to do a conversion from the stock grey interior to all black. Only looking for pieces in good shape if anyone is parting out.
     

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  2. 2slow4now

    2slow4now Proven Member

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    I've sprayed interiors with duplicolor vinyl and fabric dye and seems to hold very well. I didn't spray it on any of the areas that would receive wear from rubbing though like the door panels or door sill. That may leave you some options if you can't find an entire interior.

    You could also look for sister cars in the junk yards. Some of the interior swaps over. http://www.dsmtuners.com/forums/art...ysler-sebring-use-same-interior-our-cars.html http://www.dsmtuners.com/forums/appearance-interior-exterior/472517-all-black-interior.html
    Also the rear seats from a 3g came in black. Theres a thread on 3g rear seats on here too. http://www.dsmtuners.com/forums/appearance-interior-exterior/374481-3g-back-seats.html

    That should widen your search and options.
     
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  3. jonathanfl

    jonathanfl Supporting VIP

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    Awesome, thanks for the heads up slow. That never crossed my mind.
     
  4. AWDforthewin

    AWDforthewin Proven Member

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    If you ever want black carpet you can literally just spray paint it leave the doors open on a nice day and it looks brand new.. Little but ghetto but it's way cheaper and looks the same
     
  5. 2slow4now

    2slow4now Proven Member

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    Ghetto would be if you scrubbed the floor with walnut shells to permanently stain it. No wait that would be considered the "green" way to do it. LOL

    Some have ritz dyed the carpet with good results.

    The convertible I have has some sun damaged parts in the back seat area. I thought about trying to spray them with plasti coat or maybe a smooth type of truck bed coating. It would look better than cracked and flakey looking plastic.

    To the top for Jon.
     
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  6. jonathanfl

    jonathanfl Supporting VIP

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    Lmao no way im spending as much as I am on my engine build and ghetto out the interior. When all is said and done ill have roughly 15g into the rebuild.. I do like the seats option you gave me slow, carpet ill buy a 2 piece and ill need most of the plastics / trim especially in the back. The previous owner must have thought he was going to get massive gains removing half the trim....
     

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