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Car is an 2006 Z06. I wrapped up the interior work about a week ago and just wanted to share some photos I took this weekend.
I did a 3LZ Dash transplant and door panel swap with Centennial Edition parts. Console/shifter/etc. parts are also from the Centennial Edition. Steering wheel is from APSIS and its all topped off with Caravaggio Seats.
There are a few other small things, but call outs are the functional 2012+ dash tweeters, Elite Engineering Pedals, and the F55 dual mode exhaust controller. Alcantara/suede is the material used on most of the primary touch points.
I wanted to keep the style OEM-ish with premium touches in key areas. With all the different types of accessories and parts available, it is very easy to go over the top with these cars and I felt this strikes a good balance. This was accomplished by utilizing the best of the OEM parts while upgrading the weaknesses with higher quality aftermarket stuff.
This is probably nothing special for the existing 4LT/3ZR/3LZ guys who may have similar parts already, but coming from an older 2LZ, I couldn't be happier with how it all turned out.
Anyway, if you're still reading, thanks. For those who just want to see pictures, well, here they are.
Current Vette: 2010 Torch Red Grand Sport, 1LT, 6 speed manual, dual mode exhaust, HUD, Ebony interior.
'09 Arctic White Coupe, 2LT, Z51, 6 speed manual, dual mode exhaust, two tone red/black interior.
'02 Torch Red Z06 with two tone red black interior.
'96 Arctic White Coupe, automatic transmission, torch red interior.