Interior dye for 1964-1973 Mustangs.If you are painting vinyl or a soft material then you should use dye. If you are painting a hard surface like metal or plastic then you should use lacquer.
The year range listed in front of the color name in the menu is the year that color was offered from the factory.
Supposed to be 64-65 Bright Red but it's not even close.
I have a 65 Mustang coupe that retains its original interior including the white headliner. The headliner was in excellent shape with no tears but had some sun fading and or stains. I tried every cleaning product available but had no luck. I then turned to CJ's and purchased this interior dye. Wow, did that make a difference!! I didn't want overspray in my car so I ended up spraying the paint/dye in a small container and brushing it on. The match was excellent and now my headliner looks new! This saved me a lot of work and headaches from having to remove the headliner and install a new one. Not to mention my car still retains its original piece.
This one can of dye/paint saved me $200 for not having to buy a new dash pad for my 67'. One can went on even, did about 4 coats. If you dont rush it and TAKE YOUR TIME like the instructions say, you get a good result. Also used the vinyle prep spray with good result also. Thanks CJPP!