The black leather seats are in fine condition throughout, now showing just the right amount of patina and may well be the original ones. All four of the alien like head-rests are in superb condition with the rears packed away in the boot to offer a clearer rear view. They are depicted below in the cars Documentation side. The dash and beautiful green dials all show little sign of wear and tear with most of them being replaced during the restoration and now displaying a nice used car appeal. But the interior is dominated by a well fitted Webasto roof. They don’t suit all cars, but this is a cracking result and tastefully done with an equally dominating large sun-visor which almost matches the cars green tinted glass, some of which has been replaced during the restoration. The electronic Rallye Trip Meter (Wegestreckenzähler) was professionally installed by Fm Feierabend GmbH in Germany who overhauled the cars Tachometer at the same time. All in all, it’s one of the best P6 interiors we’ve come across at Cathedral Classics and any new potential owner should be absolutely thrilled.