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Mar 27, 3:13pm - #426875 
upholstering inside...

so I am in the middle of my interior project and I got the idea that maybe it would be cool to upholster the interior of the celica in suede or something pimp like that instead of dying it. I know it's a bit over the top, but I don't plan on doing it in any crazy colors, mostly all black with silver highlights. What do you all think??

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Mar 27, 3:42pm - #426876 
seen it done thumbsup thumbsup looks much more high class.

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Mar 27, 3:46pm - #426877 
I'm glad to hear that. Cause I've never actually seen a car with an all upholstered interior. The only pics I've seen have hideous colors. Plus upholstering is not too hard, my buddy and I did his whole trunk when we put in his system. I think this idea could be really sweet.

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Mar 27, 3:54pm - #426878 
i deff say go for it. U coudl do everyhtign but the center silver console part. Would look awsome

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Mar 27, 4:12pm - #426879 
i could do the center too grin

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Mar 27, 4:19pm - #426880 
if i had the time and talent i would do all of it, including center around shifter, armrest, cupholders ect. Then either C/F or paint the center to make it stand out better. Really its ur car so do that which will make you happiest. thumbsup

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Mar 27, 4:24pm - #426881 
the cup holders present the most difficult part, along with the pockets in the door. You'd have to start there. I plan on doing the entire inside grin now I need to get a hold of a large quantity of suede

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Mar 27, 9:07pm - #426882 
yeah it is cool but i like doing ur own fiberglass work instead! Have fun!

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Mar 27, 9:12pm - #426883 
I would do fiberglass, but it's so much work I don't have the time to do it right

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