Modern Interiors for Early Model Camaros

Published by Naseem Muaddi on June 13th, 2012

While cruising the Internet, I recently came across Marquez Design – a California-based manufacturer of CNC-milled aftermarket muscle car parts. The company mostly specializes in exterior components (like its line of badass taillights), but what really caught my eye is its interior section.

The company doesn’t produce many interior parts, but the ones it does make are impressive. Take, for example, Marquez Design’s custom-interior kit for 1967-69 Camaros/Firebirds. The package includes a beautifully redesigned dashboard; 3D-molded door panels; rear deck, trunk lid cover; and a full-board headliner with single-piece pillars that extend from the A-pillar to the rear sail panels.

The entire kit is made from hand-laid fiberglass with a gel-coat finish, and comes ready to be painted or wrapped in leather – saving you loads of time.

At $3,875, the price tag is steep. But when you factor in all the hours it would take you to duplicate the interior and multiply that by your labor rate, it’s actually quite reasonable. It also helps that Marquez Design let’s you purchase interior parts separately – so, say you don’t need a headliner, you don’t have to buy one.

I’ve yet to purchase anything from Marquez Design, but it’s now definitely on my radar. For its full product line, check out:

The Haartz Corporation

7 Responses

  1. rigoberto says:

    ello I am restoring a camaro 1969 and i need the coustom car interiors for it, the problem is that i live in monterrey, mexico so i cant take the car there. Would it be possible for me to buy the parts from you and have them shipped to my city?
    Do you have any staff member who speaks spanish? I would like to contact you by phone directly, otherwise i depend on my assistant to make the deal, this is my assistant’s email but please send a copy of your reply to my email:

    Mr Rigoberto luna

  2. randy brassell says:

    i got a 1975 mailbu classic two door and i need the hold inside done

  3. Gelsue Olivare says:

    I am looking for a custom dash. I want it to fit a Honda accord 2003… I want the dash to be a custom fit for a 7inch tablet. please advise on someone who can get the job done.


  4. Dennis Sparks says:

    I have a pro touring 1969 firebird and want to put a kenwood “all in one” gps, Bluetooth, iPod and USB unit into the car. How difficult would it be to adapt your dash to allow this to happen?

  5. Roger says:

    Really, this looks like a dash for my golf cart. Get real guys, this looks really CHEESY, !

  6. Mike McHenry says:

    I need a new dashboard (not a dashpad or a dash cover) for a 1970 Dodge Challenger, RT/SE.

    Can you or do you fabricate these? What is the price? How long would it take? My number is (757) 375-2722


    Mike McHenry

  7. edgar says:

    Hello, I have 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle. How much it cost to have the whole interion of my chevelle such dash panel, head liner, side panel, and back seat. Jus give me a rough estimate. Let say for two tone interior.

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