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I have a 67 convertible that is lime green with the two tone ivy gold/green interior. The dash pad, steering wheel, etc. is black, and I think they are original. I know that ivy gold steering wheels and dash pads were made in 67...what color combination car would have had these? Would those colors be considered "correct" for my car? I actually like the interior colors, but was thinking of changing the exterior to the darker green (moss green?). Does anyone have a picture of a vert with this combination? Thanks.
 
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on that color interior, the dashpad would be a very dark green, not black and the steering wheel would be light ivy gold.

i have a friend with a 67 GTA convertible that is dark moss green with 2-tone ivy gold deluxe interior... he lurks this forum so maybe he will post a picture if he has one handy.

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The dash pad may be very dark green, and just very old or dirty. But the steering wheel is most definitely black. So, it is not original?
 
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Nope, not original.

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Actually, that's good. I didn't like the black, and it was cracked anyway. Like I needed another reason to replace it! :) Another question...what would be the correct top color? Black or white or either?
 
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