I am glad to know that you enjoyed it. Your are correct. Those shots were right after I picked it out of the customs. Since then, interior has been restored to red and black. After doing my research, I narrowed my choice to the Tipo L model based on many unique features of the L type. It also had to be a European model. (Personally, I do not care very much about the huge side marker lights of the US models. etc. etc. I was lucky to find one in a decent condition with no partucilar rusts. Lot of fun car indeed. Great sound too !!!
It had the typical "daytona" tan wtih black stripes seats and matching tan interior. I changed it to red leather seats with black piping, door panels, and back. It is more of a bright orange-like red, which was not my first choice. Originally, I wanted a little more rich brown-red color. However, it did turn out quite nice in contrast with the exterior black and interior black dash and side windows' top mold. A slighltly more subdued wine red was selected for the carpet color as a contrast to the brighter red seats. Jimmy
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