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Bright Blue or Grey

Poll ended at Sat Jun 27, 2020 5:56 pm

Bright Blue
5
100%
Grey
0
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Total votes: 5

choppedliverpr
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Interior Poll

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Ok guys n gals I'm at the point I have to make a decision. My car is actually being painted (2 yr process) next week. My dad and I have a disagreement on interior color. I want to keep the original bright blue and he wants to switch to grey as it was so rare. It's a 65 Corsa Turbo being painted the original Ermine White.

Does anyone know what paint number/name was used on these 2 interior colors.

Thanks!! Oh and I need to know FAST!
Ron Scott
Paso Robles, CA
'65 Corsa Turbo
Ermine White/Bright Blue

joelsplace
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Keep it original!
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wholeballofwax
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Original


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Beers
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I’d go for original, plus the blue interior would look great with the Ermine White.

Does this link help on the colors

https://www.corvaircorsa.com/pntcpc65.html
1963 Monza Spyder convertible

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1965 Corvair Corsa Color Combinations and Codes
1965 Corvair Corsa Color Combinations and Codes
Mike Petrilla's turbocharged Corsa coupe

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I have just completed a 4 year ground-up restoration of my 1965 Corsa turbo coupe (much to my wife's delight - now she can put me to work around the house again!). I have worked on cars (Corvairs included) all my adult life but this was my first true restoration project. I can now fully appreciate the time, money, and patience required to restore a car. It has taken a lot more time, a lot more money, and a lot more patience than I ever anticipated to complete this project. But I believe the effort was worth it, as I now can enjoy driving and showing this unique automobile...
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...I installed an all-new interior, retaining the original Slate color. It has a wood telescopic wheel, AM/FM radio with rear seat speaker, custom deluxe seat belts, and day/night rear view mirror. I obtained a stereo multiplex unit for the car but I didn't want to cut holes to fit the 4 speakers, so I installed two smaller speakers in each of the existing speaker locations, in the center of the dash and at the rear, on the parcel shelf.
:link: https://corvaircorsa.com/pet01.html


1965 Chevrolet Corvair
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Wow, through all the decades, I've never seen nor heard of a grey (slate) interior!! Now I kinda like it. I was thinking you were considering a funky gray velour deal...

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I am not hot on Slate interior in Ermine White car. Too boring for me. Personally I would choose any other stock color except Slate.
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