Not a fan of nonstandard colors but that looks pretty damn sweet. Very striking combination. At least in pics...
I was this close to going with a BMW color that was pretty close to mocha brown, I thought that would look pretty sharp but ultimately decided just to redo the red.Not a fan of nonstandard colors but that looks pretty damn sweet. Very striking combination. At least in pics...
Unfortunately they came with the car:ftl: However it is definitely on my before I get old list...Definitely different! I like the Team O'Neil Rally School stickers as well .
Yeah I was looking at their toner mixes, at first I has happy with the more wine color that the back and passenger seats came out with but then also really liked the brighter red the drivers side was. I think the darker ones go better with the ed. grey but I'll just give it some time and see what grows on me and order some tint to match. Thanks for you NY guys for finding that company though, they do wonders!I like that color combination. Colorado Red looks great when it's been redone--nice work.
If you ask, LWT will send you some small bottles of tint when you order the dye in case the color isn't just right. I had to mix a little blue tint with the Dover Gray dye I ordered to get it to match just right. I was only doing touch-up, not the whole interior.
Give leatherworldtech a look over, I'm really impressed with the results, even if its not perfect they still look better than busted up seats.That looks great. I really should do something about the red seats in my '90.
Funny you say that, I did have the drivers seat in the sun for a coat or two as the sun crept into the garage, I wonder if that did it. Either way I'm eventually going to touch it all up but its a big enough pain that it won't be until I have a reason to tear everything out again.looks great. Yeah you definitely got the RED batch like I did... LOL
I ordered again and it came out just right. The first time I also did it in too hot weather and direct sun which might have also been part of my problem.
Oh yeah? Are you in the city or the surrounding area? I had a few friends that lived around the area and I took an SAT up there once for some reason, other than that I generally try to avoid the city:lol: Good to know though, I'll have to come up there some weekend to check it out.Nice, we just moved to Reading and have a center post hydraulic lift, so if you need to pop by and use it, feel free. We are probably about 1/2 hour away from you now, just pop on the 222.
You had me at cheese... I've got a couple of batches of homebrew that I'm waiting on that I would gladly barter with.if you pop 'round on a weekend, there will likely be cheesecake in the offing.
Thanks, its about a perfect DD for me, I can't think of much else I could possibly want to do to it which means it actually drives:lol:The car looks great! Awesome example of the early SPG.
Well thats a relief:lol: As for the flavor, I'm not a huge sweet fan usually so I'm sure any flavor will do just fine.We're out in the country.
Thanks, I think it definitely helps that its a saab color, I don't know for sure if it ever came with eddy grey but the rose quartz/burgundy has always been one of my favorite combos for a 900 so I figured it wouldn't be a long shot for it to look good with the grey and I think Victor Muller would approve of my slightly outrageous interior choice.I'm with Bruce on this: I usually don't like non-standard colors in these cars -- especially specials like the SPG/Aero. But this one is very well done! Love it!