My sister's Compact Jr. was originally lemon yellow gelcoat, but is currently painted off-white with what appears to be latex house paint
. The interior is glossy white paint
on fiberglass; although other Compacts (I think Tom's is one) have a quilted vinyl interior covering, there's no sign that hers ever had any covering.
Her popup boot is a replacement, made of white naugahyde with smallish clear vinyl windows
. The windows
are sewn along the bottom edge and velcroed along the others, so they can be zipped open to allow ventilation through the (screened) window openings. If the top boot were entirely clear vinyl, I'd be concerned about it folding properly. And you'd lose the ventilation.
The cooktop is avocado green; someone had painted it white using house paint
, which worked about as well as you'd expect
; I stripped it, and it, ahem, provides a delightful retro accent.