Starlight Black and Cameo Ivory were the ONLY two colors where you could order ANY interior and top color, because all colors work with black and white. Rukee is right about the variety, though. And you could order some weird combos if you wanted to. I was surprised to learn that you could get a gold interior in a burgundy '67. Weird, but I guess it would look ok. The weirdest one I've seen lately is a gold interior in a red car. The GTO Restoration Guide lists all available combos for all years. But, you have a no-brainer on your hands. With a black body, you only have one interior choice: RED!!!
Red would look sweet but i live in the south where any interior color other than white will permanently bond your butt to the vinyl. Thinking starlight black, white top, parchment white metallic interior.
Parchment interior would look great too and also would raise the uniqueness factor of your car! There doesn't seem to be that many white interiors out there. Maybe more in the south due to the "perm. bonding of the butt" aspect. I see alot of black interiors around here. Then again, in the northwoods, a little extra warmth never hurts, usually....
I am restoring a 65 Hardtop, red exterior with a white (Parchment) interior. Can anyone tell me where to find the original color specs for the interior? What pieces' of the trim, doors, dash, etc. should be White, Red or Black.
I can tell you right now: No matter what the body color, on GTO's and all Tempests, if you had a parchment interior, it goes like this: White A pillars, white door tops, white rear panel tops. White headliner, black package tray. Black headliner optinal. Carpet is black, on floor and door panels. Dash and dashpad is black, and steering column and wheel is black. The full size cars, like GP's and 2+2's had parchment interiors with other carpet/dash colors: a Nocturne blue '64 GP would have blue dash, wheel, carpets, but ****e seats. I have parchment in my '67 Conv't and I love it. I live where it's HOT, and a black interior is not an option with the top down!!! Go for it! BTW: I think parchment interior would look better with a red car than a black one. Just my opinion.
My car’s original color is April Gold. It is now white (that way when I bought it). Will be repainting it so do I go back original or something more modern?
The car is a numbers matching survivor driver. A good driver but not a show car.
looking for a consensus.
I have a 1967 GTO that is nearing completion (I hope) of the metal work (both quarters had some rust and both hinge pillars). I am anticipating dustless blasting next spring. Is the next step then application of a primer or filler? I assume there won't be any new areas to do metal...
I need to touch up my 389 in my '65 GTO and have had no luck matching the color.
I have #208 Pontiac blue from Valspar and DE 1616 Duplicolor which both have a silver
like color that I see in the later model motors.
Can anyone steer me to the non metallic old school blue green color I can...
Looking to add the Judge stripes (only) to my '69 GTO (Not the Judge decals). Where can I find placement information? I got hold of an actual drawing from GM, but the file format looked like an old 30th generation Xerox copy so none of the dimensions were clear enough to read.