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sheila maxwell

1952 kaiser virginian

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I just aquired a 1952 kaiser virginian...and am interested in restoring the interior...i understand it was a chocolate color but unsure of which shade...also would like to know what yall know about this car...thank you

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to get a proper answer i think you should post some pictures & the vin. & data plate.

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if you can pull the seats you can often find area's of good fabric tucked under that makes for an excellent guide for finding new.

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Good Evening,

Thank you for responses. I will work on pics...currently am taking photos of everything I do. The interior when I got the car is not original and car had been painted white and blue. The cars original color is green and the trim number is 411...the vin number is F521106685. I was wondering is it okay to go with a different color than original green?

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As far a changing the original color, I would suggest you get a color chart of what was available from the factory and choose one of those.

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Visit the Kaiser Club forum KFOCI and post a question. You'll get answers. Have your vin and underhood body plate numbers available. Even better, join the club. It has amassed tons of Kaiser information. I joined years ago they have been a great source of help and information.

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