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The car then went in for paint at PaintWRX, Daventry. It was painted a porsche brown, of which we’re not allowed to know the code or name! The original fuel cap was replaced with an Audi TT filler and all other trim finished in a gloss black.
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When it came to the interior Jack was unsure on which colour to take it, but in the end chose a champagne colour which complimented the paint perfectly! Following on the theme of the Bently wheels, Jack wanted to ‘mimic’ the interior of a Bently, and went for the big diamonds found in the Bently Continentals, this was used on his seat centers.
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The door cards have also had a full re trim, the big diamonds followed up into the inserts, and the rest of the door card trimmed in matching leather. The front door cards needed a speaker grill making as Jack didn’t want any speaker build sticking out anywhere, so we fabbed up a speaker grill which sits flush with the door card face, this was trimmed in perforated leather to allow the sound to come through, giving the door card a high class OEM look.
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Jack has more plans for the interior and we’ll keep you updated with what happens with it.
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