I used to have a Sante Fe blue carbd '85 GLH(had the tow package too!) with blue interior. I picked up a can of light blue interior paint from Advance! The color was a little lighter and worked great on everything but the armrest! It wont stand up to being flexed or touched alot. It held up fine on all the hard trim though.
there should be an interior color code on the drivers door bud...and there is a prossess of painting vinyl also,special cleaner or adhesion promotor i belive,otherwise it will peal....i was goin to do the exact same thing soon,i can find out tomoro at work,see what the tech.book says if no one replies with an answer...
The fender tag has all the options, VIN number, int. and ext. paint codes.
In case you didn't know and need door panel stuff, 4 door L-bodies changed
door panels from a 2-piece design to a 1 piece panel in '87. IMO they look a lot better, and most people can't tell they're not original. Any Chrysler parts dept. or body shop can decipher your fender tag info.
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