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Started out as a standard, all-black Z06 interior. Turned it into a half black, half tan, full quality re-do. I didn't want to do anything to make it look "unstock"; I just wanted more quality and less black.
It now features:
-Vette Essentials door pulls and steering wheel;
-Carskinz center console lid, ebrake handle, and shift ****;
-Corvette Motorsports seats and boots;
-Lloyds Mats w/ logo.
Your interior is SUPER nice, tan and black looks the best i think. I dont like the c6 interior for a few reasons, the switches in the c5 are really nice, the c6 goes back to crappy plastic switches for window and door, and then theres the door button instead of a handle. And the worst part of the whole thing is that crinkle cover that slides over the cup holders, i cant stand that, the dash on the c6 is nice, thats about all i like.
Location: Mississauga, Ontario Corvettes were built to be driven...not trailered
Here's mine...Vette Essentials steering wheel, arm rest, shifter boot and ****, and carbon fiber double din bezel housing an Eclipse 5500 Nav unit. Also went with white faced gauges that light up blue at night
Coincidentally, I just dropped Matt an email earlier today at VetteEssentials reporting that I have had this interior installed for over a year now on my DD and it still looks like the first day I put it inservice. I thought he might be interested in getting some feedback on wear characteristics since these were the first seats he had done with this newer CF-leather supplier. Of course, I treat them with extra care, but I also treated the stock seats with the same care and they were showing signs of wear after one year.