INTERIORI've gone through a lot of work to make sure this Cougar has a more modern interior. The color is an off-white--coincidentally called Oxford White--done in custom leather. All burgundy panels were either recovered or painted to match. The paint is from Molecubond and it has held up fairly well on most surfaces.The car originally had split front seats with no console, a column shifter, the base gauges, and the stock radio with EQ. It's been upgraded with a floor shifter, full console, sport V8 gauges, and a Blaupunkt MP3/CD player. Recently I had the system rewired to accept an iPod in multiple locations. The whole sound system tops out at about 2,500 watts.A close-up of the radio panel. All aluminum panels in the car (save for the instrument cluster bezel and the heater panel) were hand formed by yours truly. Since no company makes any kind of panels for these cars, it's all up to the owner to customize things.Another interior shot of the dash and column switches. Also note the Bullitt pedals, a first for a Fox-chassis Cougar as far as I'm aware.The seats (from a '95 Mustang GT) have been reupholstered yet again, only this time I'm happy! They now sport off-white leather, matching suede, and a light blue perforated cloth center section. This makes for a much more comfortable and, uh, sweat-free motoring experience, especially on vacation.Close-up of the driver's seat. The suede is located on the headrest's front side, and on just the bolsters. Also note the embroidered Cougar cat head on the seats.The finishing touch on the interior: custom aluminum panels on the doors. The 1985-86 Cougar LS featured these "high series" door panels, which are similar to 1985-88 Turbo Coupes, but on the Cougar they're much rarer. I've tried to keep them as unique as possible.