LaCrosse Interior Update

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    I hate that light wood in the LaCrosse! So i changed it



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    Keep going, the interior color sucks (grey) and the exterior design does as well.

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    Wow. Looks good with the rich wood tone. But yea could you darken the gray a tad bit to match the color on the window sill?
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    How about a light parchment?

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    Now you're cookin'. But don't be afraid of color! You have already made classy improvements. But for a real shot in the arm try using red's or blue's in multiple shades to break up the monotony. Like light blue dash and dark blue seats with light blue inserts (light red/dark red, light green dark green, etc. etc.). It might or might not look good I don't know because I haven't seen it. But have at it I for one am interested in seeing it. :type:

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    i went to a car show today and there was a 59 and 60 impala there. that interior should be studied by every car designer who walks this planet. actually, the whole car should be...but yeah sadly, i'm pretty sure nothing will ever come close to that ever again.

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    Great job! For some reason, with beige interiors I like to have maples eye wood trim like in the Q45. Could you try doing a beige interior with that kind of wood?

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    Originally posted by RCtennis3811@Jun 6 2004, 11:32 PM
    Great job! For some reason, with beige interiors I like to have maples eye wood trim like in the Q45. Could you try doing a beige interior with that kind of wood?
    I will see what I can do...

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