I like what you did with the interior, I have the 60/40 also but I have tan leather. I've been wanting to do the buckets, gonna jump on it tomorrow. Having a tough time finding the right shade of tan for my interior trim, stuff from advance is to light.
Did you use the low luster clear on your steering wheel too? I am getting ready do a wheel swap on mine. My original leather wheel that came on the 93 is ozzing out all of its support material and is also the thin style wheel. I got a leather wheel out of a 96 ss and have recoated with SEM Very Dark Saphire. It is the thicker style wheel too. It does look and feel great but I wondered about the clear, vinyl pro said I did not nead it. Your thoughts? You also said that the fit between your new seat and console is tight. If you were to have used a passenger bucket instead of cutting the drivers, would you have had enough room between them for the recline handle? Just wondering as I have another bucket recoated with SEM and ready to go. Thanks
1993 Caprice LTZ / LS:
51,000 miles, L05, 3:08 Posi, Harris Prom, Lowering Springs, Bilsteins,
96 Steering Wheel, 9C1 Hoses, Dual Snorkel Intake,
SS Rear Disks, J55 Fronts, High Flow Cats, Dual Exhuast, Fleetwood Horns and Center Console, Roadmaster Rear Door Lights, LED Interior 1992 Caprice Wagon: Black Sapphire/Silver, L05, Tow Pack, 3:23 Posi, 9C1 Cluster, 96 Steering Wheel, Fleetwood Horns, LED Interior 1996 9C1 - Former Whelen Trade Show Car - SOLD 1994 SS - SOLD 1991 9C1 - SOLD
yes I used clear on everything I've done and I like this one because it doesn't give the high gloss shiny look. I think if you used two passenger seats you would have to move the recline lever to the opposite side because it won't fit with the console there. it's not an extremely tight fit but youre not going to fit a hand down there of you drop something