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I got my black seats today......now I'm thinking about doing black/white with a few green accents on the metal panels.

I'll probably change my mind at least a dozen more times.......LOL!
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Black and a muted silver was a factory scheme...
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Black and a muted silver was a factory scheme...
I like this, well and the maroon one. But the key fob just looks out of place.
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