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f1reverb-Nevada '71 - Carpret Color

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I kind of dig that Saddle interior w/ the grey carpet look on your car.(photos posted earlier)

I thought of replacing my 73 saddle interior car w/ different clolor than tan, but thought it might look weird. Is that a stock color replacement or custom job.

Thanks

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URL: http://www.zeebuck.com/02bc/index.htm

Obtaining a correct colour match for the carpet originally found in the saddle interior cars is impossible these days. It just isn't available, so my customers are forced to use something else.

Sooo, I've been installing a dark brown carpet. I was slightly worried about it at first, but after the first one was done, I was very happy. It came out beautifully. Here's a couple pics.

Al

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Thanks Al, I did see this pic some time back. I don't think thats the look I'm going for, but I'll keep it in mind if I can't find something I like.

Tim

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Guest Anonymous

1600-2 were b&w and that was a while back with no interior shot. I think Al's dark brown looks good, and probably the gray too.

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My Mistake, I guess it is was link you posted regarding the front end of a 71 02. Thanks

Tim

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color the carpeting in that car was, it was original equipment carpet. It's hard to remember the carpet color on my '69 1600-2 Nevada/Camel, but IIRC it was a medium tan solid, not the tan version of salt & pepper. I got the car when it was three-years=old with 25k miles on it so it hadn't been changed.

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