No way, beige does not go well with steel blue!
I wanted Black but I couldn't stomach the Grandpa-Car-Looking interior!!dacvulcan said:No, the reason I bought billet silver was for the two-tone gray interior.
Exactly. I initially wanted the Red with Black interior like the one in the glossy slick...No can do. (Damn advertising) Since the beige looked tacky to me,MarkF said:The beige is the reason we did not by the red.
Same here, I really liked the red, but when i checked out the interior...NO THANKS! didn't like it at all.......LOVED the amazon green, but wasn't sure about that interior either, so then moved on to silver.........MarkF said:The beige is the reason we did not by the red.
So you come to Whitewater? You must be part of the steady stream of skiers that pass through town every year. I never did learn to ski. I'm pretty sure that if I started now I would break something that I need. I am looking forward to winter however. . . Can't wait to see how the Ridge performs in the snow.rms56 said:I figure it won't show the dirt as easy....you know ....the kind you get from Creston. See you up at WH2O in 3 or 4 months.
Why would you do that?? I think the olive and olive looks great. You don't? Or do you just want to come to Ohio for our ROC @ the ROCK meet ??BamaRidge said:I would trade an olive for your beige if I lived close to Ohio.
jaiden said:Hey all you Billet Silver or Steel Blue owners. Do you wish you had the beige interior instead? This is a far out suggestion, but I would really prefer the grey interior to my beige in my Nighthawk Rigeline. It'd be a weekend project, but I'm willing to meet up if you're not too far away and swap out the entire interior! That's a lot of parts and quite a bit of work, but the Ridgelines would be unique (or at least rare!) If you're interested, let me know. Thanks.