At the time of this writing, I’m about to install a new carpet and build a new center console as I now have a set of 1985 Cadillac Seville seats in Stardust!
I’ve gone through several interiors over the years. The first, for which I’m afraid I have few photos, was a quick & cheap one done with brown, store-bought poly seat covers (Jamesway, Northfield, NJ 1990, $15 front and back), door panels redone with original vinyl and fabric replaced with a ribbed-textured bed spread (K-mart, Pleasantville, NJ, 1990, $11), and a brown shag rug (Rickels Home Center, Cardiff, NJ, 1990, $4). I spray-painted the windshield/window frames with the same brown metallic paint I used on the bumpers. Same with the dash. Painted the steering column and wheel with the seafoam green to match the body. The original headliner was intact so I was able to keep that. Damn I wish I had taken some photos of that first interior, for under $50 bucks she looked great. Stayed like that until the late ’90s, when I decided the original bench seats were too far gone to do anything with. I sold them and put a set of red velour seats from am ’80s Oldsmobile in there that looked great and were nice and comfy. In the early ’00s I bought a red rug, and painted the inside trim metallic red (still the same color now, considering changing it).
When I Dad passed away in 2002, I inherited his 1987 Cadillac Eldorado. My wife drove it for a while until the AC compressor seized up. It caused some damage that was going to be more than the car was worth, so I parted it out. I kept the leather seats and center console, and put them in the Chevy!