|06-10-2012 02:23 PM|
|swvalcon||True Dan I know what you mean by hard to keep clean. My 77 grand prix I had to clean the seats two to three times a week and that was with armoral on them. Of course I drove it to work most days and that was when I had my body shop. Had the car for 5 yrs. I thought about inserts to. May be a way to do it. Just in the planning stage right now. Its a rare car so not sure how far to go from stock. Only 1400 something built and this one is one of 3 registered with the stude club left in MN. The seats in the car now match the ones in the picture just not that nice.|
|06-10-2012 02:02 PM|
|DanTwoLakes||White is great unless you plan on sitting on the seats It's also a real pain to keep clean while I'm working on it. How about just white inserts? You'd get some white that way and if anything happened to it, the whole thing wouldn't need to be re-done. This is a '53 Chevy front seat done in Ultraleather. The three colors are navy blue, royal blue, and white.|
|06-10-2012 11:07 AM|
64 gt hawk
I'am looking at getting a 64 gt hawk. Car needs complete Restoration. It will be a rolling advertisement for my restoration shop. It needs complete interior redone. Thinking original red with white seats. Maybe leather on the white. What do you guys think of my Idea? I had a 77 grand prix with this option when it was new and really liked it. I've posted some pictures of what a gt seats look like and what a white and red grand prix has. Also a picture of the car as it looks now. [Dan] This is the one I Pm.ed you about by leather I mean ultra-leather.