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I went to the Behr webside and downloaded a photo of a standard black interior in their "paint your place" visualizer. I thought that I could touch parts and change the color of, for instance, the carpet. But, I guess the lines in a car interior are too complex for the program to recognize.
 

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This is a joke, right????????????? AFAIK Behr is a brand of house paint. "Malibu Beige" is a Kelley Moore brand
 

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Why not just look at a pic of another color interior? Are you trying to visualize something custom?
 

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Yes, kind of custom. I don't like a monotone black interior. I'm thinking that with the deluxe gauge bezel and glove box door, brown carpet might be okay. Wanted to see. But, it didn't work. Not even close.
 

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Black carpet usually ends up dark brown after a while haha. A black with brushed aluminum dash trim and door panels is super sexy in the sixty-seven (say that seven times fast!) and some custom dash and door panels, maybe seat trim could be just right.
 

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Yes, kind of custom. I don't like a monotone black interior. I'm thinking that with the deluxe gauge bezel and glove box door, brown carpet might be okay. Wanted to see. But, it didn't work. Not even close.
Yeah you’re going to need a photo editing program. Maybe you can sweet talk someone to photoshop it for you.
 

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It would work best if you used house paint on the carpet to get the correct effect.
 
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