Interior restoration

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Not_Anumber
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Re: Interior restoration

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I wouldnt have thought of white leather in a BGT but it looks excellent. Great work
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Remyd
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Re: Interior restoration

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Not_Anumber wrote: Mon Jul 26, 2021 12:12 pm I wouldnt have thought of white leather in a BGT but it looks excellent. Great work
Thanks! I wanted to lighten up the interior and was looking at a light grey interior but then spotted someone on social media who had theirs done in white. After enquiring with them I found out that they used Mirror Trim kit.
I didn’t want a black carpet so went for the lightest grey I could find. Works well with the car’s colour although it gets dirty very easily! Didn’t think of that when I bought it! 🤦🏻‍♂️
Mirror trim are great, cost me just under £2000.00 for the whole interior kit and Paul is alway happy to help with advices to get it right. Can’t recommend them enough!
Remy Dubois
1971 MGB GT
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Charles Farran
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Re: Interior restoration

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Looks Great Remy,
I should think you would have to be wary of damp jeans on those seats!
Cheers,
Charles
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Remyd
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Re: Interior restoration

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Thanks Charles,

Yes, no drinks or food allowed in the car from now on and I'll try not to wee myself when I am driving! :D :D :D
Remy Dubois
1971 MGB GT
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