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Yellow Venzano Interior Rocks!

Discussion in 'SRT10 and SRT10 Coupe Discussions' started by Hisserman, Sep 22, 2012.

  1. Hisserman

    Hisserman Viper Owner

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    This Summer Tony at Venzano gave my coupe the interior that it deserves.

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    Now the inside does justice to the exterior.

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    What a craftsman! Tony's attention to detail and superb skill really result in spectacular results.

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    One area where I really challenged him was the rear bulkhead.

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    I wanted to reflect the exterior stripes through the rear window. Tony patiently worked with me to test several variations.

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    One of the challenges was the way that the OEM stripes widen as they traverse from front to rear on the car.

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    Tony came through flawlessly. The stripes match the exterior with precision and the proportions are exactly right! (It's hard to photograph, but looks outstanding in person.)

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    The resulting look has gotten a boat load of favorable comments. I can't thank Tony enought for such a superb job. The fit and finish are fabulous, the color match is spot on, the quality and smell of the leather are terrific, and the compliments from onlookers are generous. If you ever want to redo your interior, contact Venzano Interiors.

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    Remember, the yellow Viper is the one that deserves the most respect!
     
    Last edited: Sep 22, 2012
  2. klamathpro

    klamathpro Viper Owner

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    Hey Bruce, I never made the connection that you are you. I'm the one that bought Scott's 98' GTS. Hey, I see you live in Waterford, have you ever been to the track? I plan on going Oct 7th. The pics look good! By the way, your exhaust sounded better on Wednesday with the new cats.
     
  3. fuel_junkie

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    $$$$$$$ but you get what you pay for. Great looking interior with a very satisfied customer it seems.
     
  4. Jmch

    Jmch Viper Owner

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    Looks awesome with the stripes.. very nice
     
  5. CEJ

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    Looks fantastic! What did Tony recommend for cleaning the yellow leather?
     
  6. AbsolutHank

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    Very, very nice. I would prefer that bulkhead to be hidden from outside, but that's just my personal preference. The quality of work is obvious...congrats!
     
  7. ohlarikd

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    Can we some door and dash pictures? Curious how they applied the leather to some of the harder plastic pieces. If the top portion of the dash could be leather, that would be really cool, like above the main gauges. More like a GenV interior.
     
  8. Wiretech

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    Beautiful interior design, well worth the money :2tu:
     
  9. jojogts

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    I was going to hate on you but it looks very good!
     
  10. Smog Dog

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    I am a huge fan of this car and the Venzano interior! Great job Tony and great taste Bruce! :2tu:

    Bill
     
  11. Hirkophoto

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    Looks great. What does it cost for all that cow hide?
     
  12. TexasTorred

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    Wow, Outstanding! Sure it cost a small fortune......But that interior rocks!!
     
  13. Stealth

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    I too in interested in the approximate cost. I would like doors, seats, dash, console and bulkhead, but no stripes.

    Very, very nice work and great car!
     
  14. slowfrc

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    Ad me to this list of people curious about the cost. If you don't want to say i respect that and sorry for asking
     
  15. sfm79

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    As always another amazing job by Tony. Bruce, your car along with Ted's have the most beautiful interiors I've ever seen.
     
  16. tattooed

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    Gorgeous interior! Looks perfect, and very tasteful! :)
     
  17. Hisserman

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    ALL -- Thanks for the compliments.

    KLAMATHPRO -- I'm booked on Oct. 7th, but maybe we can hook up for Waterford sometime in the future.

    CEJ -- Tony recommends just mild solution of dish washing soap for cleaning minor dirt. For anything beyond that, he recommends the Zano leather products.

    AS TO THE COST QUESTIONS -- It's best that you talk to Tony directly ([email protected]).
     
  18. Mopar Boy

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    VERY nice! The yellow looks good! :)
     
  19. propsail

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    I never understood why it's such a big deal to get an idea of how much something costs. :dunno: Oh well, Looks great.

    AS TO THE COST QUESTIONS -- It's best that you talk to Tony directly ([email protected]).[/QUOTE]
     
  20. Jeebs

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    That is just sick looking. Very tastefully done.
     
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    You know the old saying (you get what you pay for) & I imagine he got ALOT! jmo!
     
  22. Fatboy 18

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    OK, I get the ALOT bit but, To give a ball park figure, surely that would not be unreasonable? The reason I say this is otherwise, Tony at Venzano would get ALOT of wasted calls! And I'm sure he's a busy man?
    If someone says its a ball park figure of 5k or 12k then people could make their mind up weather to give him a call :eater:

    Anyways, to the OP Car and interior looks fab :1up:
     
  23. ViperTony

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    I'm guessing somewhere between $7-9K. My friend got the Venzano treatment in his RT/10 6 years ago for $7K.
     
  24. Smog Dog

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    You don't have to call him....the link is there and Tony is a friendly guy. Prices vary from model to model and with what you actually have done. These are custom interiors and he will guide you but do what ever you want. You won't get this yellow interior for 5K.


    Bill
     
  25. Fatboy 18

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    There we go :) Thanks Guys :1up: Looks like a few of us have got to do a bit more saving :D
     
  26. HyperViper

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    Bruce, that new interior is stunning :2tu:

    My guess on the cost would be $8k or more but man, what a trasformation.

    Ron
     
  27. ViperTony

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    Tony is upfront about his pricing. And it does vary from customer to customer depending on what's being done, quality of the leather, etc. You definitely get what you pay for and I think it's well worth it. That yellow interior is absolutely stunning.
     
  28. uvbnbit

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    Looks Great!
     

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