Interior Colour and Trimming styles - Post your pics here...

Interior Colour and Trimming styles - Post your pics here...

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Laser Sag

2,853 posts

179 months

Friday 28th March 2014
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peteA said:
Laser Sag said:
I'm with Tony on this one, a bit too much on the orange for me but overall looks good.
As for Alex many would say he should have his own very quilted and padded room were he can't hurt himself wink
For some reason the tan appears more orange in photos than it really is...? I didn't think it would get universal approval!
Pete don't get me wrong I think it looks good, for my personal taste I would have the orange/tan as an accent colour.
Over the years I have seen many pics of things that I have formed an oponion of only to have it change when I have seen them in the flesh, irrespective I hope you are pleased as that is what matters.

peteA

2,400 posts

170 months

Monday 31st March 2014
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Laser Sag said:
Pete don't get me wrong I think it looks good, for my personal taste I would have the orange/tan as an accent colour.
Over the years I have seen many pics of things that I have formed an oponion of only to have it change when I have seen them in the flesh, irrespective I hope you are pleased as that is what matters.
No problems Kevin - I didn't mean the comment with specific reference to mine, just that there will always be opinions, good and bad, with anything aesthetic be it form, shape, colour, colour combo's, etc. I thought for quite a while about the interior - my initial thought was black and tan and despite considering other options I kept coming back to it which I thought was the acid test and went for it! A friend of mine has a bright green Sag which has an all black interior (with green stitching) which looks great and even thought of all black. Also black and grey, black and light blue, etc.

I'm pleased with it and love the way it works with the exterior. Took this as the weekend after a wash and clean...



Your Sag looks lovely by the way - great looking car.


Laser Sag

2,853 posts

179 months

Monday 31st March 2014
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peteA said:
I'm pleased with it and love the way it works with the exterior. Took this as the weekend after a wash and clean...

Your Sag looks lovely by the way - great looking car.
Hi Pete
Glad you are pleased with it, that is the only thing that actually matters, the rest is just peoples opinions. Hope to get to see the Tam in the flesh at some point.

Thanks for the compliment but not my Sag anymore, Farook is now the hopefully proud owner.

chris watton

21,929 posts

196 months

Monday 31st March 2014
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I shall hopefully be able to post pics of my new interior at the end of May, as my Tam went away to be tarted up on Saturday!

DJR 7

1,389 posts

193 months

Monday 31st March 2014
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Seeing the entire picture this car looks fantastic, you have encapsulated what a TVR is all about, a brave colour combo that works really well.
Look forward to seeing this in the flesh.

Very nice
Enjoy

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peteA

2,400 posts

170 months

Thursday 3rd April 2014
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DJR 7 said:
Seeing the entire picture this car looks fantastic, you have encapsulated what a TVR is all about, a brave colour combo that works really well.
Look forward to seeing this in the flesh.

Very nice
Enjoy

D
Cheers DJR7!

Its weird but when you have the opportunity to do anything you want with a car, be it paint colour, interior, wheels, etc you kind of form a picture in your head of what the final finished article will hopefully look like and in this instance its turned out to be better than I had thought.

Its taken a while and not to mention some cash to get it to look this way but I guess we are all used to that to varying degree's!

Nice Sag by the way - what colour orange is it? Is it orancio?

DJR 7

1,389 posts

193 months

Thursday 3rd April 2014
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peteA said:
DJR 7 said:
Seeing the entire picture this car looks fantastic, you have encapsulated what a TVR is all about, a brave colour combo that works really well.
Look forward to seeing this in the flesh.

Very nice
Enjoy

D
Cheers DJR7!

Its weird but when you have the opportunity to do anything you want with a car, be it paint colour, interior, wheels, etc you kind of form a picture in your head of what the final finished article will hopefully look like and in this instance its turned out to be better than I had thought.


Its taken a while and not to mention some cash to get it to look this way but I guess we are all used to that to varying degree's!

Nice Sag by the way - what colour orange is it? Is it orancio?
You're welcome, it's a great looking car.
Mines actually a Tuscan ...... I chose to go radical with a body conversion but took the safe route with black for the interior.
Are you going to Burghley? If so I'll pop over and say hi.

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peteA

2,400 posts

170 months

Thursday 3rd April 2014
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DJR 7 said:
You're welcome, it's a great looking car.
Mines actually a Tuscan ...... I chose to go radical with a body conversion but took the safe route with black for the interior.
Are you going to Burghley? If so I'll pop over and say hi.

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Ahhh that's your car - great project and looks stunning! I can't make Burghley unfortunately...seems like I'm the only one not going! Would have been good to meet up - hopefully at another meet though...

chris watton

21,929 posts

196 months

Wednesday 11th June 2014
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This is Prussian blue and Portland Grey leather and Imperial Blue carpet, with Momo Trek R wheel and Shi-devil's CF pedal plate.






X19 Lido

57 posts

58 months

Thursday 12th June 2014
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Most will have seen mine on the Cerb forum but since a few on here thought there was a bit too much orange going on in PeteA's gorgeous car I would stick up for him!


















peteA

2,400 posts

170 months

Thursday 12th June 2014
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Loving that...the orange looks spot on!

chris watton

21,929 posts

196 months

Thursday 12th June 2014
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Makes mine look positively boring! hehe

X19 Lido

57 posts

58 months

Thursday 12th June 2014
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Yeah its certainly a like it or loathe it job but it was def a bit boring when I bought the car IMO...




chris watton

21,929 posts

196 months

Thursday 12th June 2014
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X19 Lido said:
Yeah its certainly a like it or loathe it job but it was def a bit boring when I bought the car IMO...

It is your car and your personal choice, nothing else really matters. Anyway, I think it looks stunning, and quite in keeping with the Cerbera's looks and performance. smile

Why this thread hasn't been made a sticky yet is a mystery - the interior is just as important as the exterior, even more so now, as many owners are thinking of updating the original worn interior, and this thread is great for ideas and inspiration - but will be lost again within a day or so....

alex_gray255

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6,026 posts

141 months

Sunday 24th August 2014
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alex_gray255

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6,026 posts

141 months

Sunday 24th August 2014
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alex_gray255

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6,026 posts

141 months

Sunday 24th August 2014
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SteveSPG

2,114 posts

138 months

Wednesday 24th September 2014
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Granturadriver

187 posts

197 months

Friday 26th September 2014
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alex_gray255 said:
I like that small T350 sticker in the driving wheel, where is it from, where can I get this?

Mustang Baz

1,580 posts

170 months

Thursday 12th February 2015
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alex_gray255 said:
alex_gray255 said:
Tracked down a supplier for the curved pedals and ordered two for my Sag as they are fairly simple to fit to existing T cars.

Apparently, you can have a third for the accelerator, but highly discouraged as it makes driving more tricky...
And here they are ready to fit...







Alex - interested in how you have found these curved pedals practically? Am thinking of them for my Tuscan Mk 1 clutch and brake pedals and keen to get practical feedback. Are they better/worse than the originals? Am not going to be changing the accelerator pedal.