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I don’t recall ever seeing a coupe with two-tone interior? Anyone?

Harry

My struggle now is to find out what should be white and what should be black. I believe I know, but can anyone really be 100% sure?

I know the carpet is black, the kick panels black, and the dash black.
The seats and doors were white, the quarter panels white, sunvisors white, and the headliner was white.

The windshield surround pieces appear to have been white, except for the lower one on the dash (kind of creates an odd color change). My biggest area of concern is the inside of the window surround on the doors. I believe it should be white to match the doors and everything else, but when I scratch off the black I find maroon not white. So confusing (and frustrating) this can be.

Well, my 65 coupe left the factory as a Milano Maroon exterior with code 437 (black and white) interior. However, the original owner didn’t seem to like it and thus painted all the white pieces black and changed the seats. So, it was all black when I got it.My struggle now is to find out what should be white and what should be black. I believe I know, but can anyone really be 100% sure?I know the carpet is black, the kick panels black, and the dash black.The seats and doors were white, the quarter panels white, sunvisors white, and the headliner was white.The windshield surround pieces appear to have been white, except for the lower one on the dash (kind of creates an odd color change). My biggest area of concern is the inside of the window surround on the doors. I believe it should be white to match the doors and everything else, but when I scratch off the black I find maroon not white. So confusing (and frustrating) this can be.

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