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Interior makeover

updated: Dec 12th 2004 @ 11:00 PM
About a year before I wrecked my '95, I got tired of the two tone silver/black interior. I had always wanted a black on black stang, don't know why I didn't buy one to begin with.

A shot of the gutted interior. It's not too hard to do yourself. Prep is the key.


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And to the rear...


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I don't have any pics of the completed car (as far as I know), but here are just a couple of pics of freshly painted interior pieces. Those with a critical eye will notice the color match is perfect and so is the "shine", it looks like OEM.


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Don't be alarmed by the "shine" in this pic, it's a function of my crappy camera and the lighting.


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Last 3 User Comments
Pinto Beast
Nov 27th, 2009 @ 10:55 AM


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nice ride! got you ranked

bluegtangel
Jan 21st, 2008 @ 4:42 AM


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got ya ranked. great looking stang. plz return the favor and if you have time check out n4arides site to.

bmputz
Mar 7th, 2007 @ 5:38 PM


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Ranked Ya!  Come check out my stang and please rank me back.



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