Looks pretty good. Not a fan of it though to patchy looking. I miss understood the wifey when she was telling me what she liked. Now she tells me she hates the wood in the car. So next time I am in the dealer I am going to have to ask if there is any easy way to replace the wood trim that we have.
I agree with the patchy looks, but I'll tell you honestly that I still prefer it over what was there.
I only wish I was better at painting. I tend to get excited and keep spraying, or I don't wait long enough for the next coat, and then I get runs or orange peel. I had to paint the mirror housings on my last car because a drunk knocked off the right one and the junk replacement was a different color. I got one little run that I was able to sand down and recover, but after a few months the paint on both started to peel. I was saved by trading it in, but I have no idea what I did wrong, and it could have been a number of things.
Were I more confident in my painting ability (I'm not!) then I would pull the bezels for the steering wheel controls and the shifter cover and make them a new color.
I've seen the DupliColor el Camino that they repainted, but they did it on the driver's side only. They even painted the seat! They say that their fabric and plastic paint can be used inside any car, and that sounds promising since mine is monotone. I'd like it to be 2 or 3 colors, all complimentary, of course. But I hesitate even to think about it, since I'd be killing it if I screwed it up.
Any realistic ideas, considering my lack of talent?