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maddmapper Ken Prentice
Victoria, BC, Canada   CAN
In reply to # 1287582 by Fictioneer I've always been partial to OEW with a red interior, which I know is more a MG combo than a triumph. That said, I'd like to see a picture of a white car with the shadow blue interior mentioned by Wyatt. Another sharp combination is black with gray interior -- there's a photo of a TR6 wearing these colors somewhere out there in the netherworld of the Internet.

That is a NICE combo!

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Punkdogstr6 Doug Lawson
Culver City, CA, USA   USA
Black - absence of color. Makes things look small and featureless Also makes things go away so you might as well close your eyes.
Keep it a light color and instead of being a hole it will look bigger.
My interior is black, boring and going.

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tkamd73 Silver Member Tim Bradley
Menomonee Falls, WI, USA   USA
In reply to # 1287846 by Punkdogstr6 Black - absence of color. Makes things look small and featureless Also makes things go away so you might as well close your eyes.
Keep it a light color and instead of being a hole it will look bigger.
My interior is black, boring and going.

I agree Doug, as much as I like black for ease of care and replacement, it is boring. Just saw a Porsche Boxter, about the same exterior color as my TR6, emerald green, had to be a custom color, which Porsche will always do, for quite a mark-up. Anyway this Boxter had a dark blue interior, and top which really looked good, with that shade of green. My car needs a new top, so I think I'll get the ball rolling with a dark blue one. Tim

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Punkdogstr6 Doug Lawson
Culver City, CA, USA   USA
Great idea that will look way cool.
Go for it !

Nickffc Nick Ayres
Kings lynn, Norfolk, UK   GBR
thats nice..... and it's also my car.... smiling smiley

Nickffc Nick Ayres
Kings lynn, Norfolk, UK   GBR
In reply to # 1287582 by Fictioneer I've always been partial to OEW with a red interior, which I know is more a MG combo than a triumph. That said, I'd like to see a picture of a white car with the shadow blue interior mentioned by Wyatt. Another sharp combination is black with gray interior -- there's a photo of a TR6 wearing these colors somewhere out there in the netherworld of the Internet.

Nice colour.... and also my car....! smiling smiley

currently undergoing a restoration...

http://nickstr6.weebly.com/

Nick

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Midgnuts Silver Member Dean Webb
Medford,, OR, USA   USA
My final combo choice - I like the contrast.
DW

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Casey808 Casey S
Honolulu, HI, USA   USA
1969 Triumph TR6 "Adèle"
In reply to # 1503622 by Midgnuts My final combo choice - I like the contrast.
DW

Very nice Dean. I'm also a fan of color accentuating car interiors and yours is exquisite. eye popping smiley

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ng19delta Scott Roberts
Merchantville, NJ, USA   USA
1974 Triumph TR6 "Gypsy Rose T..."
New Tan goes with everything! Well, except white, maybe...

Scott

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Midgnuts Silver Member Dean Webb
Medford,, OR, USA   USA
In reply to # 1503696 by Casey808
In reply to # 1503622 by Midgnuts My final combo choice - I like the contrast.
DW

Very nice Dean. I'm also a fan of color accentuating car interiors and yours is exquisite. eye popping smiley

smileys with beer

Exquisite - WOW that's heavy but i like it.
Thanks
dw

Damson1971 Mike L
Orlando, FL, USA   USA
Has anybody used John Skinner Limited for their interiors? Just got a quote and samples sent to me and the have great choices in color. I'm leaning towards the leather, opposed to vinyl as I like the quality and look. Anybody received a set and installed them yourself? Hard to do?

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Perdido Gold Member Rut Rutledge
Tuscaloosa, AL, USA   USA
Mike,
Welcome to the forum! I ordered the leather seats and interior and the quality is very good, pricing is good, but I haven’t installed it yet.
Rut

modandrocker Steve N
Greensboro, NC, USA   USA
Poolboy has the answer if you just answer his question. I'll say it for him: "If you are married then you will have your answer!"

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