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Anyone seen or know of any interior color other than black or white that would go along well with vintage burgundy? I'm stumped. Black is too hot in the summer and white is too hard to keep clean. Grey would be nice, but way too much work. Saddle maybe???

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seems like a remember seeing a vintage burgandy car with red interior.. would look kinda weird with the bright red, but if you could do a darker red like 67 it would look decent.
 

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My first car was a '67 coupe that was Vintage Burgundy, I always thought the black was the best match for the color. The other color that works very well is parchment which is that off white and is easier to keep clean.

My gripe with red interiors is that nothing ever matches completely from one part to the next, especially once the sun gets in there... most colors other than black are tough to get uniform it seems.
 

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I understand your frusttration....still, IMO black is the best compliment to vintage burgundy. Dickson
 

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I'm just assuming you are talking about your `68 coupe which didn't come in vintage burgundy but royal maroon .The parchment interior looks very good with either color .
 

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Black isn't as hot as most people say, the thing that will really get you if your not paying attention is the metal trim on the woodgrain wheel, ouch!! I think Black or Parchement would look best. I saw a '66 with Emberglo/Parchement pony interior with Vintage Burgundy that looked better than I would of thought.
 
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Our '65 FB is vintage burgundy and has the parchment interior. The car was purchased new with this combination. White might be too bright, IMO.
 
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