Ya, I love the wheels, I think that's what sold me on the car to start with.
It changes the look completely!
As for the interior, I build business aircraft interiors for a living and deal with highend leather on a regular basis so I've got lots of excellent care products to try out...
I just recently made some sheepskin seat covers in a matching color.
They are slip covers, I found a matching leather for backs.
The sheepskin is the same type used for the pilot seats.
It reduces stress, you don't sweat and you don't slip.
I''ll try to post a shot of them tomorrow...
Thanks guys! At first I was looking for a black on tan car and was very reluctant to buy that color. Finally bought it(the price was good). Now that I'm use to it I would never go back to black. I love it.
BTW TAZANDJAN the seats are new, I had them redone(front). I'm very happy with the result.
The only good convertible is one I can drive 90 mph and not blow off my cowboy hat. My 1965 Corvair Monza has never once blown my hat off in several decades of driving. A coupe' gets five stars if I can wear my cowboy hat while driving.
NOW GET THIS! The only passenger car EVER to get five stars in this category is my 1986 Mondial. Magnum PI eat your heart out.
North Georgia Mountains USA
Two Years 10,000 miles
Total 55,000 miles and is one happy Ferrari
The channel upper right leads to Chatuge Lake with about 160 miles shoreline. Explored it all many times.
Here is my latest boat. My original boat, the one I did all the original exploring was a total scow and I loved it. This boat is fine, has a military enclosed prop lower unit [like my scow] and bumps over rocks. I can go places that are not even places on the offical chart!
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