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post #1 of 14 Old 05-01-2002, 07:56 PM Thread Starter
 
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Any1 have painted INTERIOR pieces?

I was looking for people that have modified their interiors any. I was considering painting some interior pieces to look nice for shows and such. If you don't mind please post some pics for me.

Also, would a red/blk interior look good? I like the red & blk corbeau setas and figured I could get some og the interior peices matched to the seats. Just looking for some pointers.

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post #2 of 14 Old 05-01-2002, 11:29 PM
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I have my interior painted to match my car. It was probably one of the best mods I've done, styling wise.

I had a guy in CA do mine. He has a shop and does a badass job. Robert [email protected]

IMO...colors that stand out don't look very good. Like yellow or white or red. I've seen a few done, but i think a darker color really looks better.


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Here are some old pictures of my interior .

It was very simple to do. All I did was remove the peices, wipe them down good with alchol, and sprayed.

I used Duplicolor paint. I also cleared the peices when I was done. This time when I do them again I'm gunna wet sand them before I clearcoat them.

Worth the $10 worth of paint! Interior looks much nicer with it than without!

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There are a few more recent photos on my web site.

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Here are a few pics of my dash....



I've recently painted the door panels also, but haven't got pics up yet of them.
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robert lewis is currently doing mine [email protected] but hes had it for almost a month and a half and i still havent recieved anything i know hes having trouble finding time and a place to do it cause he has no shop but everyone says he does good work so i wait in anticipation.
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Your cars look great...

My problem is that I have a black car. That makes my decisoin even harder. What color would look good inside a black car. I like the silver. Any ideas?

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a bright blue looks good in black and so does lasar red
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post #8 of 14 Old 05-02-2002, 12:06 PM
 
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interior painting

The color looks good on your interior but I have the poop brown over light poop brown on my interior. Anybody else painted over these? I thought an off white might look good but it didn't look right when I put the cap next to it to compare. Any suggestions? Bright colors will stand out like a chain steering wheel! I'm holding until I find the right one.
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lasar red looks awsome on the a tan interior i have some pics ill post from an example car at home
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keep the suggestions coming...

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god damn this things are sick (in the good way ) i wish i had the time a patients to do this to my car.
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This is mod motor tech, not interior paint tech. Why don't the moderator's shut this post down or move it???
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stedda,

Did you make that tripple gauge pod yourself? i was about to start fabricating one this weekend....if you bought it where did you get it? If you made it. good job it looks sweet...
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