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remydrm


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posted April 15, 2013 11:20 AM

interior pics


Redoing my interior.. I've done the dash, door cards, carpet and headliner.

I was thinking of leaving the "A" and "B" pillars bare. Does anyone have a picture of the original interior showing the pillars?

I would also like to see the headliner. Is your headliner just the area inside the metal crease?

Pictures would be greatly appreciated!

Massi

       
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top1usa


Redlining
Posts: 264
posted May 01, 2013 06:37 AM

Envying...

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Redoing my interior.. I've done the dash, door cards, carpet and headliner.

I was thinking of leaving the "A" and "B" pillars bare. Does anyone have a picture of the original interior showing the pillars?

I would also like to see the headliner. Is your headliner just the area inside the metal crease?

Pictures would be greatly appreciated!

Massi


Massi, you're ahead of me on that department! I still got everything you just mentioned to do. Shoot over or post some pics what you have done bro! Love to get some ideas or in my case....knowledge!

       
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remydrm


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Posts: 90
posted May 02, 2013 09:19 AM



I'll post some pics soon. It should be done this week.. fingers crossed.

I always loved suede/alcantara interiors and I thought it would be cool to mix into this old truck.

So now the headliner, top section of the door cards and the front half of the dash are all done in black suede/alcantara.

I had new door panels without speaker holes made. They are in the same style vinyl with the large square pattern. This was in hopes of keeping the old school feel.

Carpets are new and everything has been layered in FatMat sound deadening.

Only thing I've left alone thus far is the bench seat. I didn't want to loose the vintage feel. It's in good shape with a small hole just under the driver's bum.



       
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