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Am I the only one who likes Cognac interior???

Discussion in 'RT/10 and GTS Discussions' started by OKViper, Sep 10, 2006.

  1. Andrew/USPWR

    Andrew/USPWR Enthusiast

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    I liked it better in photos than in person.
    I think the carpet, steering wheel and shifter should of been black.
     
  2. Neil - UK

    Neil - UK Enthusiast

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    personally I dont like cognac and much prefer black,

    the famous company was Connolly, a Scottish company they supplied many manufacturers, i once brought a few dyed hides off them for a work project
     
  3. VENOMAHOLIC

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    In the long run, whatever interior is in it will mostly depend on condition of the leather for resale. When I am done with my Viper 70 years from now, the cognac leather will be worn out in the seat, steering wheel, and shifterknob. There also may be some pee stains as a result of my driving years after 90. :p :D
     
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    I own a 99 GTS silver with cognac without stripes. It was the ONLY one made that year!
     
  5. Frank Parise

    Frank Parise VCA Venom Member Venom Member

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    Love the contrast. IMG_0520.jpg
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  7. SapphireCognacGTS

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    Sapphire Blue (no stripes) Cognac interior. Looked for this car for years. Couldn't be happier :D
     
  8. Sapphire

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    I waited two years to find the combination of Sapphire Blue and Cognac. Bought the car while it was still in the carrier from CA. When the dealer got it and detailed it, I walked around it. I opened the door and signed the paper. I didn’t even test drive it (reputable dealer). No stripe to draw attention away from overall beauty, HRE wheels, lowered, embroidered snake. That is all I needed to see. There are 53 other Viper GTS in Sapphire Blue/cognac but I have only seen a few. A few ACRs too.
    https://www.dropbox.com/sh/tjferht6l6bbl1q/AADIGSwmrqWjSBy2cbzULBZGa?dl=0

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  9. white out

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    the blasphemy inside my car

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  10. DJ'sviper

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    What ever floats you boat
     
  11. littlecaars

    littlecaars VCA Member VCA Member

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    I had a GEN one red with cognac. Liked it but I got tired of it. I have a GEN four venom red currently with the two-tone upgraded interior. Love it.
     
  12. steel snake

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    Ditto what Dexter says, DSC_0025.JPG DSC_0011.JPG graphite metallic 2002 RT10 w/cognac 1 of 43. My 2000 steel grey was cognac too. Great combo.
     
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  13. steel snake

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    You're the best combo winner, Sapphire. I almost ended up with one, but it was in NC. Got too complicated. I'm happy with my graphite. Cheers.
     

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