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Any one heard of catskins..a hi grade seat cover?? Or should I just go to a junk yard and get em?

Any one ever duplicolor an interior, not the whole thing just some areas to customize it a little?

My convert top is beige and faded - don't have the money to change right now. I herad that I can spray it ??? Won't it crack when its put down??? If so what kind of paint do I get and who makes it???
 

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you need some kind of vinyl paint, and whats your interior question?
 

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Do I need to pre it in any special way? Does the spray peel or flake even if you prep it properly? How durable is it?

Seats - are those seat covers factory looking?
 

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i mean unless you dye a vinyl top its going to look bad painting it is not a good idea

and you got a link to the seat covers you want
 

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i dupli'ed my interior pieces just clean em with alcohol really well and apply alot of coats ( light coats ) and just use some clear coat after to help resist wear. nothing hard about doing the little plastic pieces
 

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there is a special primer you need to use for plastic and vinyl pieces in the interior, but i have to agree with GF dont do the convertible roof.
 

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there is a special primer you need to use for plastic and vinyl pieces in the interior, but i have to agree with GF dont do the convertible roof.
its not really a primer it is called adhesion promoter but you dont really need it a few light base coats do the same thing but it helps a lot
 

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scubasteve, do you have pics of your interior? i was planning on painting some of my interior pieces..
 

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When I did my trim parts I used a "Fabric Black" paint, followed by Primer, and then the color I wanted. Turned out decent.
 
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