Custom trunk trim panels were wrapped in black leather. Panels were fabricated by another shop.
Custom seat covers were made out of gray and black leather. A diamond quilt was applied onto the perforated leather inserts. Door panel inserts received the same quilt treatment.
Custom stitched headliner and pillars were adorned with black Alcantara suede and contrast M colors thread.
The seats received a custom cover in black leather and light gray Alcantara suede with contrast red thread. The custom fiberglassed dashboard and rear deck were wrapped in the same manner along with the door panels and headliner. Fiberglass pieces were made by another shop.
The front and rear benches were custom wrapped in black vinyl, both solid and perforated with a contrast navy blue thread. The bow headliner, pillars, dashboard, door panels and rear quarter panel received the same effect. The rear deck has an embossed Impala emblem.
The seats were wrapped in black vinyl and gray Sensuede suede along with a gray thread contrast double stitch.
The seats were wrapped in black vinyl with a contrast gray stitch along the seams as well as embroidery.
The seats were wrapped in black vinyl and perforated dark gray Alcantara suede. A yellow contrast double stitch was added along with embroidery.
The whole vehicle was blacked out. New black carpet was installed while the headliner was finished with black suede. All three rows of seats received black vinyl and black Sensuede suede inserts. Contrast white thread was used for the double stitch and each headrest received a web-style quilt. The dashboard and all five door panels were wrapped in black vinyl along with the web-style quilt. Pillars were painted black as well as the center console.
This vehicle received a complete custom interior. The Corbeau racing seats were covered in black solid and perforated vinyl with contrast red thread. The seats also received a Ferrari style insert with black eyelets. The rear bench, door panels, rear quarter panels and door panel were also custom wrapped. The center console was extended around the shifter and also houses the remote control for the radio.
The door panel inserts were wrapped in Bride material.
As featured in the Mar/Apr issue of Rides. Custom seats covers were made out of beige and burgundy leather as well as burgundy Ultrasuede suede. Perforated leather inserts received a diamond quilt. Custom speaker pods were created in the door panels before receiving quilted burgundy leather along with the trim panels and armrests. A custom stitched headliner with quilted leather and suede as well as custom stitched pillars cover the inside roof. The rear compartment houses a motorized amp rack, fiberglass subwoofer box and crossover block panel. All were wrapped in quilted leather. JL Audio, Focal and Alpine equipment was used.
Seats received off-white Ultrasuede suede with a double diamond quilt pattern. Door panel inserts also received the same treatment.
Rear center console was wrapped in black leather with a white contrast thread for the double stitch.
The center console was fabricated around a B&M ratchet shifter. Racing gauges were fabricated into the front of the center console as well. Lastly, a cup holder was added.
Front and rear seats received light gray Alcantara with a bar-strap style on the inserts along with contrast red thread. Door panels inserts and rear quarter panels received the same treatment.
This 911 received medium dark gray Alcantara all troughout the vehicle as well as orange contrast thread. Front and rear seats received the contrast thread. Door panel inserts, rear quarter panels, pillars, visors, lower dashboard, gauge shroud, steering wheel, shift boot, center console and center console armrest were wrapped in Alcantara along with the orange thread. The airbag on the upper dashboard with surrounded with contrast orange stitch.
The Cayenne front and rear seat inserts received black perforated leather with quilting done with blue thread as well as blue thread for the double stitch along the seams. The door panels along with the grab handles were also wrapped in black quilted leather.