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Posted: Thu Dec 04, 2008 10:53 am 
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Surprised they ditched the padded armrests in the dl's though.

I'm pretty sure DL LTDs had padded leather armrests like the DF, as in this pic. (You can tell it's a DL by the colour coded electric window button.) :D
funny thing mine has the same interior with black seat belts and the same colour coded switches-----all cappa,except the cruise which is black,walnut wood trim.steering wheel all cappa. and v8 powered.

 

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Posted: Thu Dec 04, 2008 9:10 pm 
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hans hartman wrote:
regency wrote:
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Surprised they ditched the padded armrests in the dl's though.

I'm pretty sure DL LTDs had padded leather armrests like the DF, as in this pic. (You can tell it's a DL by the colour coded electric window button.) :D
funny thing mine has the same interior with black seat belts and the same colour coded switches-----all cappa,except the cruise which is black,walnut wood trim.steering wheel all cappa. and v8 powered.

Hmmm interesting.
DF LTD I and II had black seatbelts and buckles, and various switches black. Here is a shot of a DFI LTD with the black seatbelts and black window switch. DFII was the same.

 

 

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Posted: Fri Dec 05, 2008 8:30 am 
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The DL Concorde edition of the LTD came with the woodgrain steering wheel as found on the ELGT, as well as two tone leather and some other trivial enhancements.

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Posted: Fri Dec 05, 2008 11:55 am 
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i'll get some pics of my interior - i've pretty much done what you want to do to my ef futura - DF LTD woodgrain dash insert above glovebox, all LTD woodgrain door trims, LTD woodgrain on rear of centre console, DU LTD steering wheel, LTD badges on front doors

i also have NF 'Lane/DF LTD velour seats (perhaps a better option if you don't want leather?) and matching door trims. mine has been butchered though to get it to work how i wanted it!

had woodgrain shifter surround/chrome shifter stalk etc as well, but upgraded to a T5 so have EL GT shifter handle now :)

 

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Posted: Fri Dec 05, 2008 4:00 pm 
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Thanks for the pics and advice.
Im starting to think that maybe it would be easier to go NL Fairlane interior due to the fact parts are easyer to find.
As the car is a fairmont all i need is the add ons but i am realy stuck on the LTD wagon idea.

 

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