for 2000gast - On this car the piping and plastic trim is the factory tomato red. If someone sees a higher res photo of the factory photo, you can make out the red piping. I don't know why this color is referred to as beige gray. In person, it is a simply bone white with only the slightest tint of beige. - nothing gray about it. Maybe something lost in translation.
Apparently this vinly color is NOT available currently in the exact embossment, but there are a few vinyls out there that come very close.
rcess - nice looking interior!
The bright red with this light color interior, I think, will look refreshing when finished.
A few comments on Giulietta Spider interiors. In December 1960, the contrasting (color) piping was eliminated and, at roughly the same time, stitching on the seats was introduced. Also, the beige-gray upholstery was used only on cars whose exterior color was either red or medium blue.
Mr. Cess, this is so cool. Ever since I got my 61 spider (red / black) I have thought about other colors (exterior) if for no other reason than to have something different than what everyone expects a giulietta to be - red with black interior. However, my car was born red and will stay that way. But, this grey or whatever one wants to call it is a nice alternative. Looks nice with the grey carpet too. The red carpets never seem to match the Pininfarina red paint anyway? I especially like your pleated seats (mine too) with that upholstery. Probably a bit cooler in the hot weather too? Must look into this...