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Hi there..was wondering if anyone knows where to find a reproduction interior to fit a '67 Parisienne 4 door post..NOS Reproductions has nothing to fit this car that I can see..closest thing I've found is parts to fit a Bel Air from "Impala Bob's"...I know these Canadian Pontiacs are more Chevy than Pontiac, but I'd like to put the proper interior in if I could..car needs a complete new interior..any ideas? Thanks..Brent.



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Hi Brent, contact Dale @ NOS directly. He has a lot of stuff that isn't pictured/listed on the site.

http://www.nosreproductions.com/

1-800-667-6200

What colour is your interior? Unfortunately Ames will only have American Pontiac interiors in American colours.



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Hi..my interior is dark blue..seats are cloth/vinyl..lighter colour cloth with darker vinyl..trim 542...I sent an e-mail to NOS but I will follow it up with a phone call. I am pretty sure I can get the proper colour headliner and carpet, but the seats are proving a little more difficult...I found that the Bel Air has very similar colour trim 842...could be close enough if I can't find the correct ones..thanks for the info..B.



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