The interior is still an inviting place, although some of the plastic trim is showing signs of age and use. A while ago, back when velour was trendy, it was cheap to drive down to Mexico to get good quality re-upholstery work done at a good price. Seat panels look tacky now, but were a smart move at the time. The LT-1 tach redlines at 6500 rpm and at some point in the car's history, someone installed a Hurst shifter. Also notable is the radio delete plate instead of a radio. The stock antenna hole in the body was also filled in at the factory.