That's the interior of my current car, 96 Cavalier Z24 (for sale btw, wanna buy?? )Originally posted by CyPHER@Dec 1 2003, 12:50 PM
I'd like to know how you did that, Abom.
You can use spray cans, yes. Results can vary, as some spray cans suck, and some are good. Also ya gotta be more careful, and be sure to pick the right paint, otherwise it'll be sticky when it dries, etc.Originally posted by Andrewsd1985@Dec 1 2003, 03:05 PM
Awesome thats exactly what I want to do. Can I use the spray cans of paint or will it not work as well?
I'll agree with El Presidente on this one. Once you paint your interior (such as I did), selling the car is tougher. I don't think it necessarily decreases the value of the car (assuming the job is done right), but what is does do is limit your potential buying group. A 40 year old guy probably will be less likely to buy it if it's painted. A 19 year old most likely would more inclined to buy it, but there are less 19 year olds around buying a car for that much money.Originally posted by El Presidente@Dec 1 2003, 05:28 PM
What parts are you planning to paint? You usually lower the resale dramatically when you do this to the interior. Just dont go overboard.