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Old 07-24-2003, 00:36   #1 (permalink)
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Question Interior ideas...

What do you think of my ideas on what to do to customise my interior?

There is one with the original and one with the carbon fibre insert.

Any comments or further ideas?

Thoughts always appreciated...
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Old 07-24-2003, 00:58   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Interior ideas...

As a fellow fairmont ghia owner i like the standard woodgrain they come with but it does look a little out of place. The carbon fibre is an interesting change though. i think it looks good. it matches the colour of the rest of the interior a bit better.
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Re: Interior ideas...

I say stay with the woodgrain, I reckon carbon fibre has no place anywhere. (Awaits flaming)

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geez those interiors look great! i dont know why you would do anything to them, you should see my shitty ass stock gl interior!!
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Dont like the look of the carbon fibre much myself. The woodgrain breaks up the grey colours.
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Re: Interior ideas...

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I say stay with the woodgrain, I reckon carbon fibre has no place anywhere. (Awaits flaming)

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i certainly wont flame you for that. couldnt agree more.
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Re: Interior ideas...

i was thinkin of doing exactly that type of mod, but with aluminium checker plate.. that way i can easily have an aluminium gear knob and steering wheel to match.. i prefer the look of ally over wood or carbon.

it's personal choice on the woorgrain vs carbon vs alloy thing. i'll surely post my opinion, but i dont expect to have it agreed with.(isnt that what forums are all about anyway?)
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Well considering the fact that my EA Falcon GL interior looks pretty dodgy to say the least, that woodgrain interior is nice. However, in saying that, in my opinion the carbon fibre looks even better!
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Re: Interior ideas...

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Dont like the look of the carbon fibre much myself. The woodgrain breaks up the grey colours.
Thats what i was going to say:)
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Re: Interior ideas...

or black in your case EFJase? :)
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