The Interiors Thread

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  1. hawks

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    Lets face it, these VR4's have smokin hot interiors. Here are a few examples.

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    my interior. :) (edit, that was my exterior..)

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    Lets not forget the best possible interior.

    Carbon Fibre Dash + Black Leather Momo Wheel + EVO 6.5 TME Recaro's + Black Leather Handbrake lever + Widescreen MMCS + Leather Manual Gear Shift + High Vis Dash (soon to be 260kmh)

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    The interior of mine looks sweet in these pics

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    Yeah its a Leggie, quite nice for a Sunday drive in the hills :)

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  6. jmo

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    Carbon Fiber is the way to go, worth every cent in the looks department, If i'm never not working or drinking i will take some pics of mine
     
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    i thought so, but there was an aristo on j-spec not to long ago that had the exact same 'covers', and i didnt think there was someone else horrible enough to put them in a leggy..
     
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    I only just found this thread and since my interior is different I thought I should add it here as well...

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    Yes, yes, yes we're all jealous of you're interior... :rolleyes:
     
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    I'm not, evo 6.5 recaro's + leather momo wheel > than suede recaro's + plastic momo wheel :D
     
  11. takumi

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    Wat is with the standard floor mats, they are so the wrong colour ... I hate mine ... do they sell nice Black ones with a red VR4 down the side anywhere ?
     
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    Paul, there were some UK and NZ new VR-4's with black mats, there was also a cvr4 group buy on some floor mats that could be any colour you wanted.

    You could just take the standard ones and immerse them in a bucket full of black/pink/dark grey dye?
     
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    I was thinking about getting some tan leather ones made for my car - anyone hazard a guess at how much that would cost? More than $1000?

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    Well more than $1000 I would say.
    I do know you can get custom made leather seat-covers for around $600. Perhaps not the worst option available for those desperate to rub their privates on some sweaty cow-hide.
     
  15. jmo

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    I am not a total fan of leather, suede it a lot nicer IMHO,

    And those colour floor mats are alight, they hide the dirt well :p
     
  16. Matty

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    heres mine, painted it blue, but have since changed that to gunmetal grey

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  17. Matty

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    those leather recaro's in hawks post are awesome..

    i like this for something different

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    Is that just the top half of the dash and door trims painted to match the leather ? I like it :D except for the silver highlights.
     
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    what is it with the cd head unit in simons car.. the pioneer one, i have it aswell, i have seen a few legnums with them.. they must of had a big sale in japan lol..
     
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    I have thought about painting the bits that he has painted silver in the past, but I was going to paint them gloss black rather than ugly silver
     

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