i got my interior kit from cdm...
it was easy to put in... no brainer...
the vinyl kit came with everything - door, kicker, rear shelf, sides, rear,
wheel well and extra pieces of vinyl to cover everything...
the carpet kit was just as easy... but far as the seats... mine was beyond my
capabilities so i having cdm take care of them.
good luck on your quest...
--- "SCOTT.ELEQUIN" <SCOTT.ELEQUIN@oracle.com> wrote:
> After ten in in storage, my 67.5 1600 is now back on the road. I have
> recently replaced clutch, reworked the carbs, and restored most of the
> Now for the fun part. I am planning to completely replace the interior:
> New Seats/or Seat Reupholstery
> Door panels
> All vinyl
> Dash cap
> Refesh dash face
> Doodads (lower console face, missing pieces, etc...)
> Followed by a new top/tonneau/boot
> I have two options:
> Local (Austin, Texas) upholstery shop - provide pictures of how it used to
> be, ask them to handle the overall restoration
> Buy kits from several vendors which I have located online
> If I buy kits, who has the best product/value?
> Should I hire a professional to install these kits?
> How does the 'stock' appearance affect the value?
> What other questions should I be asking?
> I know that some of the folks on this list have been through this exercise.
> Please let me know if you have any advice.
> 67.5 1600 / Austin, Texas
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